FONATUR
Weekly Roundups
One of the most important bridges in the Mayan Train’s route has begun its construction process. This and more in this week’s roundup!
Cox Energy
View from the Top
Enrique González
Executive Vice President of Investor Relations and Communications
Cox Energy America
Cox Energy, in 2020 the only company to debut on the BIVA, seeks to lay the foundations for the Latin American renewable energy industry.
Image by Tama from Pixabay
Weekly Roundups
The Mayan Train switched route after a new analysis came out. Meanwhile, Mexico City began reconstructing Line 12.
Oil machinery
News Article
PEMEX has restarted operations at the offshore platform that caught fire last August 22 and left five dead.
FONATUR
News Article
The change of route came as a result of a cost analysis which revealed that US$98 million could be saved if the train went around the capital city.
PEMEX
Weekly Roundups
The regulator has approved the IOC’s shallow water exploration plan. This and more in this week’s roundup!
PEMEX
Analysis
As new operators transition to field development and production phases, demand for new oil and gas infrastructure has increased.
Giuliano Cacciatore
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Giuliano Cacciatore
Mexico Director
DG Impianti Industriali
DG Impianti was able to maintain operational continuity throughout 2020 despite the year’s setbacks.
PEMEX
Weekly Roundups
The president has requested that executives from the company declare who in PEMEX received bribes. This and more in this week’s roundup!
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