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Pemex Posts 14th Straight Loss as Spending Cuts Crimp Output - Bloomberg

Petroleos Mexicanos posted a loss for the 14th consecutive quarter as massive spending cuts diminish the state oil producer’s ability to arrest years of declining production.The first-quarter loss narrowed to 62 billion pesos ($3.6 billion), from 100.5 billion a year earlier, Pemex, as Mexico’s biggest company is known, said in a statement Thursday. 114 more words

Petrochemical plant explosion: Massive blast at Mexico's Pemex facility kills 24 - TomoNews - YouTube

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COATZACOALCOS, MEXICO — A massive explosion at a plant owned by a Mexican oil giant is the latest in a series of fatal accidents that have plagued the company in recent years. 149 more words

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Pemex blast: Explosion at Mexican chemical plant kills 24

From CNN, by Tim Hume, Karina Maciel and Fidel Gutierrez,

The death toll from a huge explosion at a Mexican petrochemical plant that forced the evacuation of surrounding neighborhoods has risen to 24, authorities said. 197 more words

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Death Toll Rises to 24 in Mexican Chemical Plant Explosion

(COATZACOALCOS, Mexico) — The death toll from a petrochemical plant explosion in southeastern Mexico has risen to 24, state oil company Petroleos Mexicanos reported late Thursday. 493 more words

Three Killed In Mexico Chemical Plant Explosion

At least three people have been killed, and 136 others injured, following a large explosion, at a major petrochemical facility, in Mexico. 186 more words

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Explosion at Mexico oil plant injures 30

Explosion at Mexico oil plant injures 30

A spectacular explosion at an oil facility in southeastern Mexico has injured at least 30 workers, state-run energy giant Pemex said. 96 more words

Explosion at Mexican Chemical Plant Kills at Least Three

A blast at a Mexican petrochemical factory killed at least three people and injured dozens on Wednesday afternoon.

Officials are not sure what caused the explosion at the facility, located in the state of Veracruz and owned by Pemex, Mexico’s national oil company, Reuters reported. 99 more words