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PEMEX/Energy reform in a nutshell
The government energy reform lived a full loaded whirlpool of ideas and proposals during 2008. After several months of tough debates, in October 2008 the Mexican Congress agreed a statement with the majority vote of the three main political parties.
March 03, 2009. 23:46



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PEMEX Chart
Here are presented the top managers of the Mexcan state oil company PEMEX.
2010-07-04 14:51:43

PEMEX Investments in 1st Semester 2009
PEMEX has invested $6.5 billion U.S. Dollars in the first semester of 2009. This figure represents 1/3 of the total investment plan for 2009 which was originally calculated in $19.4 billion U.S. Dollars.
2009-07-19 23:33:30

PEMEX steady Jan-May results
The daily production was 2.650 million barrels; slightly below the company´s year projection of 2.7 million barrels per day. The average export price in May was US$55.71 per barrel.
2009-06-20 18:22:51

Crude Oil prices are going up!
Mexican Crude Oil reported the highest price in the year at US$64.44 per barrel. This figure is close to the government 2009 budget estimation of US$70.
2009-06-10 11:06:09

PEMEX Investments and Perspectives
For the year 2009 the Mexican Congress has an approved investment plan of $19.4 billion U.S. Dollars for PEMEX. Since these funds come from the Government budget, and PEMEX is a state owned company, the crude oil international price does not have an effect on the company´s investment decisions in 2009. However, the estimations made for the rest of the years will be affected by the future prices and the fiscal capacity of the Mexican Government.
2009-05-13 08:44:08

PEMEX/Energy reform in a nutshell
The government energy reform lived a full loaded whirlpool of ideas and proposals during 2008. After several months of tough debates, in October 2008 the Mexican Congress agreed a statement with the majority vote of the three main political parties.
2009-03-03 23:46:45

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