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Pemex oil platform fire injures three in Gulf of Mexico
The Akal-C6 platform is located in the Sound of Campeche in the southern Gulf of Mexico
Protecting Mexican sacred lands: Canadian gas pipeline to be rerouted
Mexico’s President said that he will ask for a Canada’s TC Energy Corp's natural gas pipeline to be rerouted so it does not cut across lands considered sacred by indigenous communities in Puebla
Mexican students create sustainable go-kart
The prototype absorbs energy through its solar panel and it also charges through its brake system
Mexico defers clean diesel rule for Pemex
Mexico’s Energy Regulator voted to defer for five more years a rule requiring national oil company Pemex to produce, distribute and sell ultra-low-sulfur diesel nationwide
Micro-theft threatens the CFE
During the first nine months of 2019, micro-theft cost MXN $75 million to CFE
Mexican students generate energy with recycled water
According to INEGI, approximately 21.2 million homes in Mexico receive water daily, and around 1 million only receive it once a week. The lack of water faces several problems such as the overexploitation of aquifers, distribution networks, and pollution
Mexico to keep oil prices stable after Saudi Arabia attacks
Last Saturday, in a move expected to send oil prices soaring and increase tensions in the Middle East, two main facilities of Saudi Arabia’s oil industry were attacked by Yemen’s Iran-aligned Houthi group
Drone attacks on Saudi Arabia increase the danger of major war in the Middle East
After four years of bombarding and starving the Yemeni people with virtual impunity, Saudi Arabia is on the front line due to the bold drone attack on its territory
Saudi Arabia attack triggers the biggest jump in oil prices in almost 30 years
The attack heightened uncertainty in a market that had become relatively subdued in recent months & now faces the loss of crude from Saudi Arabia, traditionally the world’s supplier of last resort
Mexico settles last deal on gas pipelines dispute
Mexico-based Fermaca was the only company left to reach an agreement on the government’s renegotiation of seven gas pipeline contracts awarded under the previous administration