European scientists discover massive methane leak at Pemex field

Invisible and odourless, but much more harmful to the environment than carbon dioxide, methane is one of the main causes of global warming.

Number 1 of 'Las 500': A realistic plan to save Pemex

The oil company recorded in the first quarter its best earnings for the period for a decade. The problem is that the increase does not respond to an improvement in its strategy.

Pemex must make transparent how it obtained financing for Deer Park

The state oil company must disclose the financing authorization, the contract through which it was made, the interest to be paid and everything related.

"I pay you later but with interest": the proposal that Pemex makes to its suppliers

This movement will imply that the state oil company will pay interest and will take more time to settle pending invoices with its suppliers.

Pemex raises exports of light crude oil to levels not seen in almost 24 years

The state company has been forced to change its strategy of limiting exports, in the face of international crude oil prices that ensure greater liquidity.

Glencore illicitly obtained Pemex deal data to gain commercial advantage

An order from the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) explains that the provider used this information to gain a trading advantage.

The American Talos pauses for now a possible arbitration against Mexico

The Mexican government gave Pemex control of the Zama field last year, based on an analysis that favored the state oil company.

The CFE resumes the rhythm in fuel oil purchases from Pemex that it had before the pandemic

The latest numbers from the oil giant indicate a rebound in the amount of fuel oil it sold in 2021 to the electric company, its main buyer of the product.


Enel marks the route to a new era of energy in Mexico

Mexico has a great wealth of renewable sources and, with the commitment to create the conditions for a sustainable future, Enel is the energy manager of the leading companies in various industries.

"And a recharge, please": Mexicans lower the amount to recharge their cell phones to 89 pesos due to inflation

The Ciu consultancy expects that this amount will even drop to 87 pesos in the following months "due to inflationary pressure."

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