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Mexico will seek to reach an agreement in dispute over pipelines
López Obrador expressed concerns about unfavorable energy deals for the country
Mexico goes against the Paris Agreement
The federal government has recently launched two projects that contradict the Paris Agreement
LP gas: Monopolies, theft, and corruption
The so-call “huachicol”, fuel theft, has also taken over the LPG sector
Arrest warrant issued for ex-Pemex CEO in Mexico anti-graft push
A judge ordered the arrest of Emilio Lozoya, who headed the state oil firm Pemex from 2012 to 2016
Mexico’s CFE pardons defaulting debtors in Tabasco
The resolution was based on a study conducted by academics and investigators from the Juárez Autonomous University of Tabasco (UJAT)
López Obrador claims Mexico will produce all its own gasoline in 3 years
“We’re going to be self-sufficient in the production of gasoline in May of 2022"
Pipeline explosion in southern Mexico allegedly caused by fuel thieves
The pipeline burst at 23:10 hours on Wednesday in the Reforma municipality of Chiapas
Dos Bocas tender declared void, SENER and Pemex to build new refinery
Energy Minister Rocío Nahle will be in charge of the project and the construction of the Dos Bocas refinery will start on June 2
Shell sells most expensive fuel in Mexico, study shows
The Mexican government conducted a price analysis of more than 12,500 gas stations, according to the CRE
Glencore wins USD$520 million deal to sell coal to Mexico
Glencore won all 12 auctions held to supply a CFE plant in the southwestern state of Guerrero