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Environmentalists warn that such a spill is likely to do a great deal of damage to ocean life.
Pemex is refuting a scientific report tracing large methane emissions to an oil platform off the coast of Campeche. The state-owned oil company said...
The decision to refuse the appeal of 10 large-scale renewable energy projects across Mexico has left environmentalists and investors aghast.
Pemex on Monday reported a $6.17 billion first-quarter net profit, reversing a nearly $2 billion loss in the same period last year. Foreign exchange...
Over the weekend, Mexico's federal government announced that it would be temporarily suspending its gas price subsidies along its northern border.
Mexico’s state-owned oil company PEMEX is claiming that crude oil residues showing up on Campeche’s beaches are natural phenomena.
A massive fire sparked by a leaking oil duct has created massive environmental damage in Huimanguillo, Tabasco.
The workers previously employed by Pemex contractors Marinsa and Maren say that the message informed them of their immediate termination and loss of benefits.
The accident is said to have been caused by a faulty duct that released and ignited highly combustible gas in the Gulf.
Gasoline prices in Mexico continue to rise, with a liter costing upwards of 25 pesos in some parts of the country. The average cost of...
Mexico’s state-owned oil company, Pemex, has canceled the construction of a new park in Progreso. The new park was slated to be built on the...
Complaints against gas stations in Mérida are common as customers routinely argue that not all of the gasoline which they pay for actually makes...
Mexico's Federal Electricity Commission, the CFE, reported that 242 of its workers had died of COVID-19 as of Feb. 8. The power utility also stated...
As of August, Pemex plans to stop producing Premium and Ultra Premium gasoline in its refineries.
Inspectors immobilized a pump that delivered 19 liters of gas when charging for 20, said Profeco.
Authorities this week are seeking to quell concerns of impending blackouts in Yucatan because of fuel scarcity.
For Pemex, Mexico's oil company, the year began 1,952 workers laid off, mostly middle management.
Two of seven alleged fuel thieves were killed in July 2018 when they accidentally blew up a pipeline they were attempting to tap.
Lopez Obrador said there had been “acts of sabotage at crude oil drilling platforms,” without providing further details.
Despite a heightened crackdown, fuel thieves have again damaged a critical pipeline that supplies the capital with fuel piped in from the Gulf coast,...
While drivers in Yucatan may not be starved for gasoline, the fuel crisis could affect southeast Mexico in other ways.
Motorists lined up for a fourth straight day at gas stations in western Mexico Tuesday.
A gas-pump verification program run by the Federal Consumer Protection Agency (Profeco) ended with 27 pumps at 10 service stations being shut down for failing calibration tests.
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