19.- Fullgas eyes Mexican and South American markets [ 2018-06-07 - 12:14:32 ] Mexico (Notimex) - Mexican gas station firm Fullgas will invest $70 million to open 360 filling stations in Mexico over the next three years.
The company is also eyeing expansion to other markets in the region, such as Guatemala and Colombia.
Fullgas will seek small enterprises for their franchises, in locations where large companies are uninterested,...
18.- Oil firms Vista and Jaguar ink strategic deal [ 2018-05-23 - 10:37:26 ] Mexico (Notimex) - Mexican energy companies Vista Oil & Gas and Jaguar have signed a strategic deal for three onshore oil assets.
Two of the assets are in the state of Tabasco, and the other is in Veracruz.
The move represents the first joint venture between two private companies as a result of Mexico's oil auctions.
Vista CEO Miguel Galuccio...
17.- Solar panel users seen growing 900 percent by 2020 [ 2018-04-02 - 09:42:18 ] Mexico (Notitmex) - Mexico's solar industry is one of the fastest growing sectors, with solar panel users expected to grow by 900 percent by 2020, according to Enlight.
More than 160,000 families and companies already use solar panels in Mexico.
Because of these figures, many solar panel companies have started operating in the country.
"Solar energy...
16.- Acciona begins construction of solar farm in Sonora [ 2018-02-06 - 14:33:40 ] Mexico (Notimex) - Acciona Energia has begun contruction of its Puerto Libertad solar farm in the northern state of Sonora.
The farm has a 404 Megawatt capacity, and is one of the largest in Mexico and Latin America, the company said in a statement.

"We are pleased to announce the beginning of this project, iconic for Acciona and for Mexico,...
15.- Mexico's oil round 2.4 to generate investments worth $93 billion [ 2018-01-31 - 17:06:13 ] Mexico (Notimex) - The awarding of 19 out of 29 deep water blocks during round 2.4 of Mexico's oil auctions on Wednesday will generate investments worth $93 billion, said Aldo Flores, Undersecretary of Hydrocarbons.
Flores added that the 19 blocks will produce approximately 1.5 million barrels per day, double that of Mexico's current figures.
The...
14.- Enel begins construction of wind park in Tamaulipas [ 2018-01-18 - 12:21:23 ] Mexico (Notimex) - Italy's Enel, through its subsidiary Enel Green Power Mexico, has begun construction of its 93-Megawatt Salitrillos wind farm in the northern state of Tamaulipas.
The investment for the project is approximately $120 million.
The new farm is set to begin operations in 2019, and will generate some 400 Gigawatts per year.
The company...
13.- Mexico's energy sector bets on innovation for 2018 [ 2018-01-10 - 17:57:06 ] Mexico (Notimex) - This year, Mexico's energy sector will be more innovative, with more technology for a more customer-oriented future, according to PA Consulting.
State firms have been separated vertically and horizontally, and can now move towards key infrastructure upgrades and investment opportunities with private partners, the firm said.
The...
12.- Mexico is part of global energy sector elite: Ministry [ 2017-12-11 - 10:54:37 ] Mexico (Notimex) -- Mexico is now part of the world's energy sector elite, after entering the International Energy Agency, IEA, said the country's energy minister Pedro Joaquín Coldwell.
"Mexico is now part of the global energy elite. I congratulate the Mexican senate for ratifying our country's entry into the IEA," the minister said.
As a member...
11.- ExxonMobil to open 50 filling stations in Mexico [ 2017-12-07 - 15:19:50 ] Mexico (Notimex) -- Oil major ExxonMobil has announced it will open 50 filling stations in Mexico through a partnership with Mexico's Grupo Orsan.
The move is part of a plan to invest $300 million in logistics, inventory and commercialization over the next decade.
The stations will be located in Mexico's Bajío region in the north-central part of...
10.- Enel to invest $700 million in new wind farms in Mexico [ 2017-11-24 - 22:03:47 ] Mexico (Notimex) – Italian energy firm Enel Will invest $700 million to build four wind farms in Mexico with a total capacity of 593 Megawatts.
The move “will contribute significantly to meet the country’s demand for electricity from renewable sources,” said Antonio Cammisecra, head of Enel’s Global Renewable Energy division.
The plants...