Debt-Laden Pemex Limps Toward Growth

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  • Mexico's debt-saddled Pemex has been granted a reprieve by higher oil prices but its corporate goals remain challenging.

  • The state-run company has managed to boost production from mature fields and new projects, even as its future outlook and profitability remain in doubt.

  • Pemex has shown signs of cleaning up its act on methane emissions but the task remains a daunting one.

The Issue

Upstream Projects, LNG Projects, Corporate Strategy , Low-Carbon Policy, Methane Emissions, CO2 Emissions, NOCs
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