Mexico’s Oil Reforms Get Muted Response from the Majors

April 10, 2008By Andy RowellBlog Post

A plan to shake up Mexico’s flagging state-run oil sector has met with a muted reaction from the oil majors. The foreign oil companies want Mexico to join the rest of the world in offering risk-sharing joint ventures, especially in the huge deep-sea sector. These joint ventures would enable the companies to claim that they … Read More

Mexico Pipelines Attacked Again

September 11, 2007By Andy RowellBlog Post

Explosions rocked Mexico yesterday as attacks on six pipelines disrupted oil and gas supplies and forced thousands from their homes, just weeks after leftist rebels set off a string of pipeline bombs. State energy monopoly Pemex said there were no injuries from the blasts, most of which were in Veracruz on the Gulf of Mexico, … Read More