Eight injured in fire at oil refinery in Mexico
Pemex said none of the injuries to two petroleum workers and six contractors were serious; cause of blaze being investigated.
Gas duct explosion at Mexican plant kills 5
Possible theft from state oil company’s lines may be the cause.
Workers killed on Pemex oil platform in Gulf of Mexico
Rig was manoeuvring for offshore well maintenance at the time of the accident.
Mexico to import US gas thanks to $900M investment
US-based BlackRock and First Reserve investment firms acquire 45% stake to extend pipeline and complete the project.
Pemex to increase crude production to 2.4M bpd in 2015
Estimate is based on the state-owned company’s plans to reactivate hundreds of mature oil fields.
Fight looms over opening Mexico's oil monopoly to private sector
Constitutional safeguards are keeping the Pemex state oil monopoly slow, outdated and unable to attract investment, experts suggest.
Pemex forming company to explore for oil, gas in US
Mexico’s state-owned oil company has been unable to exploit its shale and deep-water reserves.
Gas caused blast that killed 37 at Pemex HQ, officials say
Investigation finds no evidence of explosives in the blast the decimated several floors of building in Mexico City.
25 killed, 101 hurt in explosion at Mexican oil company headquarters
Cause of explosion remains unknown.