As the great Homer Simpson once said, “Here’s to alcohol: the cause of, and solution to, all of life’s problems.” All jokes aside, I know I normally talk about oil… Read More.
A heated battle between the Mexican government and a collection of natural gas pipelines has finally settled. Mexico’s wealthiest individual and major player in the oil and gas sector, Carlos… Read More.
The Energy Reform, passed in 2014 under former President Peña Nieto, was wide in scope and encompassed both the refined fuels and electricity industries as part of its mission to… Read More.
At the 5thAnnual Mexico Gas Summit in San Antonio, I was honored to be included on a panel tasked with discussing the Commercialization and Trading of Fuel Products in… Read More.
Border crossing is still a lengthy proposition, pipelines are still shut down, and Pemex output continues to slide, all of which contribute to rising local fuel prices in Mexico. Right now,… Read More.
President Lopez Obrador cruised to an overwhelming victory last year on one specific message: he would stamp out bribery and corruption and revive Mexico’s oil and gas industry. But, the… Read More.
As we enter the back-end of the first quarter of 2019, we are starting to get a feel for the direction of the new AMLO agenda. As the presidential campaign,… Read More.
Today, I want to provide an overview of the interesting and important role that Brownsville plays in the Mexican energy trade. Yes, Brownsville, Texas, at the southern edge of the… Read More.