Tag: Mexico

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America, Rigzone

Can the Mexican Government’s Bailout Solve the Pemex Crisis?

In response to Fitch Group’s & Moody’s downgrade of Pemex’s credit rating to one notch above junk, Mexico’s government recently pledged a $3.9-billion capital injection and $200 million in tax relief, according to international media reports. This bailout package and the six-year business plan aims to help reverse Pemex’s credit […]

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America, Energy, Energy Trading, Gas, Pipeline Gas Journal, Pipelines

TransCanada – A Company Near You

TransCanada is a major North American energy-transportation and energy-generation company. Headquartered in Calgary Alberta, it has an American subsidiary in Houston, Texas, and a subsidiary in Santiago de Querétaro, Mexico. Figure 1 TransCanada is the continent’s fourth-largest pipeline operator, after Kinder Morgan, Energy Transfer and DCP Midstream. Founded to develop […]

America, Eniday, South America

Energy revolution for Latin America

Latin America already leads the world in clean energy. For almost seven months in 2016, Costa Rica was powered entirely by renewable power, and Uruguay came close to achieving that goal. In 2014, according to the International Energy Agency, Latin America produced 53 percent of its electricity from renewable sources […]

Europe, Flame Conference, Gas, Liquid Natural Gas, North America, Northern Europe, Pipelines

Gas brings bargain opportunities

Nicholas Newman February 2017 The advent of rising gas supplies has allowed the US and Mexico, in particular, to raise gas consumption and cut their greenhouse gas emissions. In Europe, where energy security and renewables enjoy priority, gas has always been important. In all three markets, emissions are lower. This […]

America, construction, Energy, Energy Storage, Gas, Pipeline Gas Journal, Pipelines

New opportunities arise with demand in Mexico

Nicholas Newman Pipeline Gas Journal April 2016 In the southern United States, Texas finds itself awash with gas while Mexico, its southern neighbor, has seen a decline of 24% in its domestic natural gas production since 2010 and is unable to meet rising domestic demand, according to a recent presentation […]