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Organos derivados

El próximo miércoles 3 de septiembre, Peña Nieto enviará al Senado de la República sus propuestas para   integrar órganos colegiados establecidos en las leyes secundarias como parte del proceso de implementación de la Reforma Energética… 232 more words

The Glorious Gringo Gusher: Mexico opens its O&G borders.

Up until 1938, foreign oil companies – many American firms among them – operated in the oil-rich country of Mexico. Then the locals got sick of foreign labor stealing their jobs, so they sent the foreigners packing. 573 more words

Jobsite Leadership

Mexico poised for an ‘energy renaissance’ following reforms

Mexico’s energy reform will bring the country “enormous benefits” and will be a “game changer” for the nation’s role in the global economy, according to report released Monday. 760 more words

Finance

Petroleras extranjeras pagarán menos que PEMEX

Los dejamos con este excelente análisis

Los aspectos financieros de la reforma energética quedaron establecidos en los dictámenes de la Ley de Ingresos sobre Hidrocarburos, las reformas a la Ley Federal de Derechos y a la Ley de Coordinación Fiscal, la expedición de la nueva Ley del Fondo Mexicano del Petróleo para la Estabilización y el Desarrollo, y en las modificaciones a la Ley Federal de Presupuesto y Responsabilidad Hacendaria y a la Ley General de Deuda Pública. 638 more words

Pemex kicks off 'restructuring'

In Mexico, Pemex, preparing for the end of its 76-year state oil monopoly, will establish new units for drilling services, logistical and transportation to new private and foreign entrants into the market. 23 more words

6. Corporate

Mexico on right track with energy reforms

For years, we’ve been calling for energy reforms in Mexico. Thankfully, they are here, as Allan Wall reported this week:

“On April 30th, President Enrique Peña Nieto had submitted the proposed reforms to the Mexican Congress.  

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Mexico

Energy reforms see Mexico relinquish total control of its oil reserves

After 76 years of state control, Mexico’s oil and gas sector was opened up to private investors when the government signed historic reforms into law last week. 143 more words

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