The people of Mexico have spoken and Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador is their man. Often referred to by his initials, AMLO proved that the third time is the charm, capping… Read More.
Last week, more than 150 oil and gas professionals from the US and Mexico joined together in San Antonio for the 4th Mexico Gas Summit. This year’s conversation centered on… Read More.
A recent poll revealed that the majority of Mexican consumers still do not have a grasp on the conditions that made energy reform necessary. Regardless, Mexican drivers seem to have… Read More.
After an extended turnaround process, Pemex’s Madero and Minatitlan refineries are poised to resume operations in the coming weeks, but concerns about the national oil company’s downstream efforts persist. In… Read More.
With announcements of foreign investment becoming increasingly rare, it looks like 2018 may be a lost cause for new projects. But what about 2019? Will first movers be rewarded… Read More.
While politicians promote defiant nationalism on both sides of the border, recent developments suggest a more collaborative approach to the challenges of trade between the United States and Mexico…. Read More.
Shell didn’t have an ace up its sleeve this time around. Indeed, Logistica’s attempt to auction off storage capacity and pipeline access in Coahuila and Tamaulipas was more flounder… Read More.
It’s Spring Break here in San Antonio and as the kids say, “Sun’s Out, Guns Out.” Ok ok, maybe that shouldn’t be this week’s slogan given the rash of… Read More.