Category Archives: Pemex

The Mexican Government’s Offshore Entitites in the Oil Sector

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HOW PEMEX AND THE PUBLIC INTEREST ARE SERVED 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. The first section of the body of this report deals with the origin of the Continue Reading

Spanish becomes easier when you learn what to listen for

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In our Market Note 153 we described the problem with Spanish is as much a matter of learning to listen as it a matter of learning to speak. And we showed how “learning to listen” is not only a matter of listening but a matter of knowing what to listen for. The word “tengo” illustrates Continue Reading

PRI Chairman Appointed Energy Minister: the Antecedents

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Pedro Joaquin Coldwell, who had been chairman of the PRI, has been named the energy minister in the new government led by Enrique Peña Nieto. There is precedent for a former PRI chairman to be named as Mexico’s energy minister. On December 1, 1994, President Ernesto Zedillo named Ignacio Pichardo, the former head of the Continue Reading

Doce años después: SENER

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Throughout 2012 we have issued a series of reports on the general topic of WHAT SHOULD ___ TELL THE NEXT GOVERNMENT? Reports of this type have been issued for CRE, CNH and PMI. Others are still in the oven. The report on WHAT SHOULD THE ENERGY MINISTRY TELL THE NEXT GOVERNMENT will be published shortly. Continue Reading

What should _____ tell the next government?

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The attached report summary and outline is the first in a series of planned reports on “What Should _____ Tell the Next Government?” Market Notes are planned for these organizations: CNH PEMEX CORPORATE PEMEX REFINING PEMEX EXPLORATION & PRODUCTION. The present report relied on industry sources, but was prepared without consultation with CRE officials. Hence, Continue Reading