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Enermex is a UK Mexican Partnership with corporate offices in Mexico City and London, developed and structured to provide mutually equitable partnerships and commercial relationships, motivated by a corporate structure to deliver technology transfer and project financing structures facilitating bilateral trade in key growth areas over a range of key sectors.

  • Translate cultural business methodology and procedural ramifications within key sectors at both government and private sector level.
  • Attract industrial relationships and technical transfer of products and service providers to conform with local and national and mandates.
  • Attract and Coordinate equitable business partnerships and commercial relationships, motivated to deliver a variety of project based finance structures for facilitating growth, demands and statutory development provisions.
  • Provide the technology, infrastructure and training to deliver effective technology transfer into the fabric of industry.

Enermex exists to serve and facilitate the commercial interests of its clients by providing a balanced approach for long-term reciprocating commercial business into sustainable projects, technological transference and development of human capital.

  • Oil and Gas - Upstream - Shipping - Marine Spread Financing and Supply
  • Alternative Energy - Wind Energy - Solar – Hydropower - Power Purchase Agreements
  • Infrastructure Projects - Ports – Airports - Hospitals - Hotels - Real Estate
  • Commodities Trading
  • Project Financing & Debt Financing
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Mexico Looks to Sort NatGas Pipeline, Storage Infrastructure Shortage

As Mexico's natural gas imports from the United States grow, pent-up demand remains in parts of the country that lack the necessary pipelines, according to Marcelino Madrigal a commissioner at Mexico's Energy Regulatory Commission (CRE). Madrigal spoke last month at the Mexico Oil & Gas Summit in Mexico City.


Gulf of Mexico Will Grow by 344 MBOPD through 2018

Big projects are coming back, according to the U.S. government’s energy data compiler. Gulf of Mexico oil production is projected to have the second-largest growth among U.S. oil plays through 2018, according to a note released by the EIA. While the U.S. shale boom, which shines particularly brightly in the


Mexico's Pemex expects active farm-out season in 2018: CEO

Pemex anticipates a very active "farm-out" season next year that would allow the state-run oil company to gain capital for major offshore and onshore projects, Chief Executive Jose Antonio Gonzalez Anaya told Reuters on Monday. Pemex last year formed a joint venture with Australia's BHP Billiton to develop the


Mexico's Pemex says $5 bln bond deal covers needs through 2018

Mexico's national oil company Pemex said on Monday that recent bond placements totaling about $5 billion would cover its minimum financing needs through the end of 2018. Petroleos Mexicanos, as the company is formally known, said on Sunday it had successfully reopened two long-term bonds to raise about $5 billion,


Murphy Oil selects Noble Bob Douglas for Gulf of Mexico work

Murphy Oil has selected Noble Corp.’s ultra-deepwater drillship Noble Bob Douglas for work in the Gulf of Mexico. Under the deal, the drillship will operate in the US Gulf of Mexico in a time period covering early to late July. The drillship had been cold stacked since its previous contract, when Apache canceled


New Players secure 2.1 Mexico Upstream Licenses

Mexico’s National Hydrocarbons Commission (CNH) held the first tender of the country’s Round 2 E&P bidding process on Monday, awarding 10 of the 15 shallow-water blocks on offer. Altogether, 36 companies participated in the auction, either individually or as part of consortiums. Of the 12 companies that


BP sees early promise, growing investment in Mexico energy

BP Plc’s first foray into Mexico’s recently opened energy market is proving more promising than expected, and the government should offer more big projects to lure investment, the British oil major’s Mexico boss said in an interview. Chris Sladen, country manager for Mexico, said BP expects to grow investment


CGG delivers final GoM Encontrado data to CNH

CGG has delivered on schedule the final products of the Encontrado multi-client reprocessing project across the Gulf of Mexico’s Perdido fold belt to Mexico’s Comision Nacional de Hidrocarburos (CNH). The final reverse time migration (RTM), Kirchhoff migration, and associated data volumes covering a 38,000 sq


Mexico’s oil regulator approves new Gulf area for PEMEX

Mexico’s oil regulator CNH has approved a new deepwater block to state oil company PEMEX, but also stipulated that PEMEX had to develop the area with a partner that would eventually operate the field. The new Chachiquin area, adjacent to PEMEX’s Nobilis-Maximino block, could produce 80,000 b/d of oil once it


Shallow-water Mexico well pursues two targets

Drilling is under way on the Zama prospect in block 7 in Mexico’s shallow-water Sureste basin. Zama-1, operated by Talos Energy, is the first exploration well on acreage awarded under the country’s first international licensing round in 2015. According to partner Premier Oil, this is a low-risk prospect with


President of Mexico Enrique Peña Nieto meets Eni CEO Claudio Descalzi

The President of Mexico Enrique Peña Nieto and Eni's Chief Executive Officer Claudio Descalzi met in Mexico City. During the working meeting, also attended by the Secretary of Energy Pedro Joaquín Coldwell, Mr Descalzi outlined Eni’s oil & gas activities and plans in the country, with particular reference to


Mine safety agency warns about miners working alone

Federal mine safety officials are warning mine operators about several on-the-job deaths this year of miners who were working alone. The U.S. Mine Safety and Health Administration says five miners have died while working alone since the year began. Two of those deaths occurred in coal mines, and the others were at


Mexico slows decline in oil reserves

Mexico's government oil commission says the country's probable and possible oil and natural gas reserves dropped again in 2016, but the pace of decline appears to have slowed. Unproven but probable reserves known as "2P" decreased 5.7 percent to 16.8 billion barrels of crude equivalent. Unproven but possible


What to do with a former coal mine? Make it a solar farm

An Appalachian coal company wants to turn one of its former strip mines into a solar farm. The Berkeley Energy Group, EDF Renewable Energy and former state Auditor Adam Edelen announced Tuesday they are looking at two mountaintop removal sites just outside of Pikeville in the heart of Kentucky's coal


Suppliers, standardization help BP realize success with Thunder Horse South Expansion

Throughout 2016, the industry had weathered not only another year in a brutal downturn, but also another year of difficult conversations surrounding the future viability of the current cost structures of offshore projects, particularly in regards to deepwater developments. Douglas-Westwood reported a 35% decline in


Top 10 offshore drillers shakeup

Although Transocean remains the world’s largest offshore drilling rig contractor in terms of the number of rigs managed, the rest of the list has been shaken up a bit. Some rig companies have thinned their portfolios in light of current depressed market conditions, while others have added to their fleets


Halliburton, Trendsetter and C-Innovations form Gulf of Mexico subsea alliance

Halliburton, Trendsetter Engineering and C-Innovations have announced the companies have formed a strategic alliance to provide Gulf of Mexico customers with technologically advanced, integrated offshore well intervention packages. The alliance is designed to leverage the companies’ strengths to create subsea


What does Trumps Executive Order mean for Offshore E&P?

President Donald J. Trump has signed The America-First Offshore Energy Strategy, an executive order to examine new opportunities for domestic energy production and remove barriers to development that were imposed by the Obama administration. The executive order directs Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke to review the


Normand Oceanic wins long-term vessel charter offshore Mexico

Solstad Offshore has an agreement with Grupo Salinas affiliate Typhoon Offshore to charter the construction support vessel Normand Oceanic for three years, starting in May. The vessel will serve Typhoon’s projects in Mexican waters. Normand Oceanic is a joint venture company owned by Solstad and Subsea


EIA expects GoM oil production to keep rising

Oil production in the US Gulf of Mexico is expected to continue increasing on an annual basis through 2018, based on forecasts in the US Energy Information Administration’s (EIA) latest Short-Term Energy Outlook. In January, US crude oil production in the federal Gulf of Mexico increased for the fourth


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