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Andrew Baker

Andrew joined NGI in 2018 to support coverage of Mexico’s newly liberalized oil and gas sector, and his role has since expanded to include the rest of North America. Before joining NGI, Andrew covered Latin America’s hydrocarbon and electric power industries from 2014 to 2018 for Business News Americas in Santiago, Chile. He speaks fluent Spanish, and holds a B.A. in journalism and mass communications from the University of Minnesota.

Uncertainty Surrounds Fate of Mexico’s Oil & Natural Gas Bid Rounds

Uncertainty Surrounds Fate of Mexico’s Oil & Natural Gas Bid Rounds

Suspension of oil and natural gas bid rounds by Mexico’s next government could lead to missed opportunities and cause drillers to look elsewhere to grow their portfolios, according to a local expert.

August 31, 2018
Suspension of Mexico Oil & Natural Gas Bid Rounds Could Lead to ‘Missed Opportunities’

Suspension of Mexico Oil & Natural Gas Bid Rounds Could Lead to ‘Missed Opportunities’

Suspension of oil and natural gas bid rounds by Mexico’s next government could lead to missed opportunities and cause drillers to look elsewhere to grow their portfolios, according to a local expert.

August 29, 2018
AMLO Administration Considering Natural Gas-Only Bid Rounds, Says CNH Official

AMLO Administration Considering Natural Gas-Only Bid Rounds, Says CNH Official

Mexico’s next government may conduct bid rounds aimed solely at boosting natural gas production, according to an official from the Comisión Nacional de Hidrocarburos (CNH).

August 23, 2018
Incoming Mexico Hydrocarbons Undersecretary No Fan of 2013 Energy Reform

Incoming Mexico Hydrocarbons Undersecretary No Fan of 2013 Energy Reform

Mexico has a “historical imperative to reverse” President Enrique Peña Nieto’s landmark 2013 constitutional energy reform, according to the country’s likely next hydrocarbons undersecretary, Alberto Montoya.

August 20, 2018
Incoming Mexico Oil Official Has Said Energy Reform ‘Must Be Reversed’

Incoming Mexico Oil Official Has Said Energy Reform ‘Must Be Reversed’

Mexico has a “historical imperative to reverse” President Enrique Peña Nieto’s landmark 2013 constitutional energy reform, according to the country’s likely next hydrocarbons undersecretary, Alberto Montoya.

August 16, 2018

Mexico Regulations Could Curb Methane Emissions at ‘No Net Cost,’ Says EDF

Draft regulations to curb methane emissions from Mexico’s oil and gas sector hold up in terms of veracity against similar rules already in place in other jurisdictions, and could be done at no net cost to the industry, according to a new white paper.

August 9, 2018
Analysts Fear Lopez Obrador’s Impact on U.S. Refiners, Pemex

Analysts Fear Lopez Obrador’s Impact on U.S. Refiners, Pemex

The energy platform of Mexico’s next government could negatively impact U.S. refiners and midstream companies, as well as the financial health of Mexico’s national oil company, Petróleos Mexicanos (Pemex), according to analysts.

August 8, 2018
‘Several Hurdles’ Ahead For U.S. Natural Gas Firms in Mexico

‘Several Hurdles’ Ahead For U.S. Natural Gas Firms in Mexico

Although much remains unclear about the energy policies of Mexico’s next government, “several hurdles will likely appear for U.S. based natural gas entities” looking to expand their footprint in the neighboring country, according to a new report.

August 8, 2018
Mexico Fracking A ‘No-Go’ Under President-Elect López Obrador

Mexico Fracking A ‘No-Go’ Under President-Elect López Obrador

Mexico’s incoming president, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, said his administration will put an end to hydraulic fracturing (fracking) in the country.

August 6, 2018
AMLO’s Policies Seen Hurting U.S. Refiners, Pemex

AMLO’s Policies Seen Hurting U.S. Refiners, Pemex

The energy platform of Mexico’s next government could negatively impact U.S. refiners and midstream companies, as well as the financial health of Mexico’s national oil company, Petróleos Mexicanos (Pemex), according to analysts.

August 6, 2018