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Mexico's Pemex fires warehouse workers for oil theft

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Mexican state oil company Petroleos Mexicanos (Pemex) said on Tuesday it would rescind contracts held by several workers at a warehouse and distribution center in the central state of Guanajuato as part of a strategy to combat oil theft.

Prevén nueva crisis de abasto de combustible en Puebla

Una nueva crisis de abasto de combustibles se avecina en el estado de Puebla a consecuencia de los daños provocados por huracanes, inundaciones y sismos, a la infraestructura de Petróleos Mexicanos (Pemex), advirtió la presidenta de Gasolineros Unidos de los Estados de Puebla y Tlaxcala (Guept), Luz María Jiménez Almazán. 396 more words


German DEA, Egyptian Cheiron to partner with Pemex, become operators in Mexico

Deutsche Erdoel AG (DEA) of Germany has acquired a 50% license share and operatorship of onshore Ogarrio oil field in southern Mexico’s Tabasco state 197 km west of Villahermosa. 158 more words

Update on the Expanding Mexican Gas Market

by Bob Shively, Enerdynamics President and Lead Facilitator

In an August 2016 blog post we wrote “…it appears Mexico is poised to enter a common competitive gas market with the U.S. 672 more words

Natural Gas

Egypt's Cheiron wins bid for development of Cárdenas-Mora oil field in Mexico

The Egyptian company Cheiron Holdings Limited was awarded the winning bid during the process of the Cárdenas-Mora onshore block, by making an offer consisting of an initial payment of 125 million dollars, which acknowledges previous investments made by Pemex, as well as additional royalties of 13% and a cash payment of 41.5 million dollars (md), which guarantees that the Mexican State will receive the value of the rent of the oil field. 105 more words

Senarai 50 Jenama Syarikat Minyak dan Gas Dunia

Minggu lepas, kami telah kongsi senarai 10 Jenama Syarikat Minyak dan Gas Paling Bernilai di Dunia. Kali ini, kami ingin kongsikan 50 senarai syarikat minyak dan gas dunia. 253 more words

Oil & Gas

Mexican Presidential Hopeful Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador -- He Would Revise Oil Contracts If Elected


SEPT. 5, 2017, 10:33 P.M. E.D.T.

Mexican presidential candidate Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador

MEXICO CITY — If elected, Mexican presidential candidate Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador will review oil contracts signed after historic reforms in the sector, the leftist politician said on Tuesday. 387 more words