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University signs deal to strengthen ties with Mexican energy sector

The University of Aberdeen has signed an agreement that will encourage greater ties between the University and Mexico’s energy sector. A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed by University Principal, Professor Sir Ian Diamond, and Emilio Lozoya Austin, CEO of state-owned Mexican oil company Petróleos Mexicanos (PEMEX), during yesterday’s visit of Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto to Aberdeen. 141 more words


Contracts booked in for player

SapuraKencana and its subsidiaries have won contracts in Mexico, Indonesia, Vietnam and India with a total contract value of up to $269m, among which the $98.1m heavylift and pipeline installation contract awarded by Pemex marked its debut foray in Mexico’s offshore market.

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Mexico adds Euros to Century club

Mexican issuers and euro currency deals continue to dominate Latin America’s international DCM markets and – in the case of the Mexican sovereign’s 100 year trade – dramatically so. 674 more words


Bluewater in Ayatsil-Tekel FPSO talks with Pemex

Blue­water is in advanced talks with Mexican state oil company Pemex about the adapation and chartering of the Munin FPSO, currently in Batam, Indonesia, for use on extended well tests, initially on the Ayatsil-Tekel heavy oil project.

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3.1 FLNG / FPSO / MOPU / Floaters

Rig owners in limbo off Mexico

Hard-hit by the fall in oil prices, Pemex is understood to be seeking rate cuts of between 20% and 40%, and is considering outright cancellations in cases where contracts are getting closer to their rollover date.  17 more words

3.2 Drilling Rigs

Pemex 'may sell Galicia flotels'

Pemex may sell two floating accommodation units still under construction in a shipyard in Galicia, Spain, to free up cash. The two flotels are only about 45% complete and are envisaged to be delivered to the new prospective owners when finished in 2016.  10 more words

3.3 Accommodation Rigs

Mexico's Pemex: 3 workers still missing after platform blaze

Three workers are missing following the huge blaze on an oil platform in the Gulf of Mexico that killed four workers and burned for hours, Mexico’s state oil company said Thursday. 289 more words