Pemex and Its Ecosystem
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|January 16, 2013||Public Policy Perspective No. 10025 (January 16, 2013) — The Mexican Government's Offshore Entities in the Oil Sector. This report provides an overview of Pemex’s network of offshore companies, indicating benefits, criticism as well as potential harm to Pemex and the public interest if market governance and oversight are inadequate.||No. 10025|
|September 4, 2012||Public Policy Perspective No. 10024 (September 4, 2012) — The Mexican Controversy About PMI. Provides an overview of both sides of the argument about Pemex’s offshore network of companies.||No. 10024|
|July 23, 2012||Public Policy Perspective No. 10023 (July 23, 2012) — LPG Interests and the Elections. Natural gas offers superior value even when its BTU price is higher.||No. 10023|
|June 28, 2012||Public Policy Perspective No. 10022 (June 28, 2012) — Mexican Spring: Notes on Mexican Presidential Cycles.||No. 10022|
|May 11, 2012||Public Policy Perspective 10021 (May 11, 2012) — CNH 2.0 – Next congress must rewrite the charter and mandate of the National Hydrocarbons Commission.||No. 10021|
|October 25, 2011||Public Policy Perspective No. 10019 (October 25, 2011) — Qui Custodiet Ipsos Custodes? Over‐reached by auditors against key Pemex staff (Spanish text).||No. 10019|
|October 25, 2011||Public Policy Perspective No. 10018 (October 25, 2011) — Global Oil Industry Puzzled by Pemex Exec Sanctions. Auditors lacked knowledge of commodity market trades.||No. 10018|
|March 16, 2006||Public Policy Perspective No. 10013 (March 16, 2006) — Las políticas de petróleo y gas en México. A briefing paper for the next government.||No. 10013|
|January 19, 2006||Public Policy Perspective No. 10014 (January 19, 2006) — Rethinking Oil Policy in Mexico. Discussion of industry, institutional and policy issues.||No. 10014|