OPEC: entelechy for a perverse game

Posted in Global Energy April 2020 Market scholars and price analysts have recently commented that OPEC ceased to be the regulatory anchor for prices by using supply manipulation; meaning to say, to close or open production at will. Experts explain that the real regulator is now the market itself. The effect of the coronavirus has […]

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Times to think different: the Intelligence Revolution

Posted in Global Energy January 2020 An executive training program recently carried out by Pemex Exploration & Production PE&P, allowed an important pause, to meet a representative group of mid & high level executives, and held discussions and reflections, on relevant issues, related to technical best practices and strategic thinking to strength   leadership, and effective […]

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Sense of urgency and security: Pemex’s moment

Pemex has an urgent need to change trends. Pemex needs to focus on the efficient production of today’s barrel, not forgetting tomorrow’s barrel. Today’s barrel is related to recovering lost production caused by the mechanical decline of fields and fields. With its control and monitoring to avoid breaking its critical flow and cause premature bursts […]

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Pemex and The forgotten territories

The situation that Pemex is going through in the area of production, and that is now over 15 years old, reminds us of past experiences when we took our first steps in the production operations of mature fields, characterized by the continuous decline or fall in production. In the afternoons, when the day’s tasks were […]

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México

Mexico: a historic moment with meaningful decisions

First published in Energy & Commerce Miguel de Unamuno, writer, poet, novelist and principal of the University of Salamanca, Spain, was a distinguished and respected thinker around the 30’s of the 20th Century, for that reason, his thoughts and messages are important and still valid today, recalling essential topics and making us think. Going through […]

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