Imports supplied just over 64% of Mexico’s natural gas during the first month of the year, according to the latest data from the energy ministry (Sener).
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Once a pillar of Mexico’s state-run energy sector, Adrian Lajous Vargas has turned a revealing “kiss and tell” spotlight on an insider’s view of what he said is the inefficiency and corruption of Petroleos Mexicanos (Pemex).
The Mexican energy regulator in late March revised the natural gas pricing data published for February, the first month to offer a regional breakout of trading activity within the country.
In a first for the Mexican upstream sector, the Energy Ministry (Sener) has issued unitization rules for hydrocarbons reservoirs that span blocks owned by different operators.
The Mexican Energy Ministry (Sener) has issued the definitive version of its natural gas storage policy.
Sixteen of 35 of the offshore Mexico blocks on offer by were taken up in Round 3.1 on Tuesday, the first auction in the third round of the country’s 2013-14 energy reform, a result that most analysts said was somewhat disappointing but hardly surprising.
Mexico’s energy ministry (Sener) has issued guidelines for landowner royalties that oil and gas companies must pay out for upstream projects with commercial production.
The first of three upstream auctions so far announced in Round Three of Mexico’s 2013-14 energy reform is to be held on Tuesday, featuring areas believed to have a high proportion of natural gas.
A demand to halt the government energy reform in its tracks by the politician who leads opinion polls for Mexico’s upcoming presidential election has whipped up a hornets’ nest in the nation’s politics.
The Mexican energy regulator on Tuesday afternoon published, for the first time, monthly natural gas prices for six trading regions in the country.