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Mexican energy bill set for rough ride - FT.com

Mexican energy bill set for rough ride - FT.com | Mexican Energy | Scoop.it
Mexican senators have be­gun to debate opening up the energy sector – the trick­iest but potentially most far-reaching of the gov­ernment’s reforms to date.
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UPDATE 2-Transocean has a third of deepwater rigs seeking 2014 work

UPDATE 2-Transocean has a third of deepwater rigs seeking 2014 work | Mexican Energy | Scoop.it
By Braden ReddallNov 21 (Reuters) - Transocean Ltd offered some hardrig numbers that validated industry concerns about slack demandfor certain oil and gas work, saying on Thursday its deepwaterunits
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Transocean cited predictions for 1,250 deepwater wells to be drilled in 2025, compared with about 500 this year. To meet this, there are 110 new rigs underconstruction, but about 120 were due to be replaced, and Bonno saw potential for 215 additional deepwater rigs to be built.

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Mexico: 'Energy reform' promises privatization - and fracking

Mexico: 'Energy reform' promises privatization - and fracking | Mexican Energy | Scoop.it
20 August, 2013. Source: WW4 Report On Aug. 12 Mexican president Enrique Peña Nieto formally announced his plan for transforming the country's nationalized energy sector by opening up the giant oil...
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RIGZONE - Top Lawmaker: Mexico Senators To Unveil Energy Bill Friday

RIGZONE - Top Lawmaker: Mexico Senators To Unveil Energy Bill Friday | Mexican Energy | Scoop.it
RIGZONE News - leading source for the latest news and information for the oil and gas industry
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Energy reform stirs Mexico’s deepwater opportunities - FT.com

Energy reform stirs Mexico’s deepwater opportunities - FT.com | Mexican Energy | Scoop.it
More than 50 miles after leaving the Mexican port of Veracruz, with nothing on the horizon but the odd fishing boat, the huge red Centenario rig with its imposing metal tower suddenly rises up out of the Gulf of Mexico.
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