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The Oil & Gas Year Mexico 2019

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The report features dozens of interviews most of which only available in the report including:

The Oil & Gas Year (TOGY) researched and created its Mexico 2019 edition in order to present readers with an exhaustive picture of the country’s energy industry. The research and publication of this year’s edition happens at an inflection point where under a new government, the industry is witnessing tangible changes to its operating environment.

The book includes the perspectives of the most important stakeholders within the industry and features the most influential companies spanning the energy value chain. This exclusive material is complemented by articles providing in-depth analysis of the most pressing challenges Mexico faces today: increasing hydrocarbons production, boosting the development of the national industry and securing energy independence, among others.

This seventh edition of The Oil & Gas Year Mexico provides foresight to investors and companies looking at strategic growth opportunities in the country, at a time when political transition and public policy changes are reshaping a globally important energy industry.

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In this report

  • An in-country advantage in Mexico’s upstream Alberto Galvis Citla Mexico Progress through competition in Mexico

    Alberto GALVIS

    CEO

    CITLA ENERGY

    Removing competition and removing the ability to associate with other companies and work together will not help Pemex.
  • Noé PAREDES MEZA, General Director of CORPORATIVO UNNE Midstream necessity in Mexico

    Noé PAREDES MEZA

    General Director

    CORPORATIVO UNNE

    For the time being, we are not planning to invest in pipelines due to the social problems and right of way.
  • Tania ORTIZ, CEO of INFRAESTRUCTURA ENERGÉTICA NOVA IEnova’s diversification strategy in Mexico

    Tania ORTIZ

    CEO

    INFRAESTRUCTURA ENERGÉTICA NOVA

    There is more competition, more fuel available and more choices. It's good for consumers.
  • Mexico’s power and gas shifts

    Ángel LARRAGA PALACIOS

    President

    GAS NATURAL FENOSA MEXICO

    Without asymmetric regulation, the power market has the basis for competition and for clients to move between the CFE and private suppliers.
  • Oro Negro CEO Gonzalo Gil White Mexico’s rigs need modern financing

    Gonzalo Gil White

    CEO

    Oro Negro

    “Ageing rigs represent significant risks from both an environmental and occupational standpoint.”

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