Mexico Oil & Gas Review is your entrance into the ranks of the elite of Mexico’s oil and gas industry. Take advantage of this opportunity to get inside the minds of the leaders who are shaping this strategic sector, including top decision-makers and regulators, such as the Ministry of Energy, CNH and CRE, key management voices at PEMEX, NOCs and IOCs, in addition to leading national and international suppliers and service providers. Mexico’s oil and gas community at your fingertips.
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Cutting-edge information based on more than 180 interviews with the most influential business leaders in the Mexican oil and gas industry, the country’s political leaders and key policymakers
Dedicated editorial team with experience covering Mexico’s oil and gas industry and in-depth understanding of global trends, technological advances and international best practices
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FDI POURS INTO UNLOCKED INDUSTRY
Foreign investment has started pouring into Mexico’s oil and gas industry, unlocked by nine licensing rounds following the 2013 Energy Reform championed by President Enrique Peña Nieto. As PEMEX celebrates its 80th anniversary, it finds itself reborn as a productive enterprise of the state competing with international oil companies in what was once its exclusive domain. With significant new discoveries being made by both PEMEX and private operators, the first steps toward reversing Mexico’s declining production have been made.
Mexico’s midstream and downstream markets are also being reshaped. The country’s natural gas pipeline network is growing rapidly, with significant storage capacity on the drawing board. At the end of the chain, the liberalization of fuel imports and the end of PEMEX’s distribution monopoly has resulted in a wave of national and foreign-branded gas stations replacing the traditional PEMEX colors and offering consumers more choices at the pumps.
Mexico’s next president will be instrumental in shaping the future of the Mexican oil and gas industry and operating environment for all players across the value chain. Continuity is the buzzword as both international and domestic players demand the country follow the road it paved with the Energy Reform, particularly as a new presidential administration, and the inherent uncertainty that implies, prepares to take the reins of power. The pages that follow will outline the story of an industry in the midst of change, but one which is optimistically moving forward.