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Mexico: Pemex’s CEO talks partnerships and reform


Holding degrees in economics and law and a Master’s in public administration and international development from Harvard, Emilio Lozoya Austin became the CEO of Pemex after heading the international affairs office for Peña Nieto during his campaign, and leading his …


Mexico: Market Entry Strategies


Expert local advice on how best to enter the Mexican oil & gas sector. “Resist the temptation to align just with the people who claim to have all the contacts. The people who ‘know how’ are more important than the …


Building the new Pemex


No single actor has been more affected by the sudden removal of the Mexican state’s exclusive rights to hydrocarbon production than the national oil champion, Pemex. In accordance with the new energy framework, Pemex must transition from monopoly status to …


The Mexican Energy Reform – Deciphering the Secondary Legislation


Once again the Peña Nieto administration has exceeded all expectations in forging boldly ahead with its plans to shatter the 75-year-old oil monopoly of Petróleos Mexicanos (Pemex) and prise open Mexican oil and gas markets to private sector competition and …


Mexico in the North American oil and gas context


Ahead of the Toluca Summit – which marked the 20th anniversary of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and saw the reunion of US President Barack Obama, Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper – …


The Mexican energy reform – what we know so far


In December 2013, Mexico’s Congress, urged on by President Peña Nieto and a team of radical reformers inside the federal cabinet, unexpectedly passed bold constitutional changes that kick-started a process of opening the Mexican energy sector to market forces, private …


Mexico: The Missing Piece In The North American Energy Revolution


In December 2013, Mexico’s Congress approved the energy reform that ends Pemex’s 75-year monopoly on crude production. Although full implementation of the reforms will require the Mexican Congress to pass additional secondary laws no later than April 20, 2014, the …



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