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Adriana Barrera

Mexico taps Pemex to run major oil find, ramping up energy nationalism

Jul 05 2021

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) -Mexico chose state-owned Pemex to run a major shared oil find over the private consortium led by a U.S. oil company that first discovered it, in the latest win for President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador's nationalistic energy policies.

'Eye of fire' in Mexican waters snuffed out, says national oil company

Jul 03 2021

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) -A fire on the ocean surface west of Mexico's Yucatan peninsula early on Friday has been extinguished, state oil company Pemex said, blaming a gas leak from an underwater pipeline for sparking the blaze captured in videos that went viral.

Mexico wants Vitol to reveal name of Pemex official who received bribes

Jun 25 2021

MEXICO CITY Mexico wants Dutch energy giant Vitol to reveal the name of the state oil company official to whom Vitol paid bribes, President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Thursday.

Mexico stalling GMO corn permits ahead of ban, says top farm lobby

Jun 10 2021

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) -Mexico is holding up import permits for GMO corn, the head of the country's main farm lobby told Reuters, saying the government intended to apply a GMO ban to the grain used in animal feed despite contradictory comments by a top U.S. official.

Mexico stalling GMO corn permits ahead of ban, says top farm lobby

Jun 10 2021

MEXICO CITY, June 10 Mexico is holding up import permits for GMO corn, the head of the country's main farm lobby told Reuters, saying the government intended to apply a GMO ban to the grain used in animal feed despite contrasting comments by a top U.S. official.

Mexican judge freezes price rule changes due to benefit Pemex

May 31 2021

MEXICO CITY A judge provisionally suspended modifications to Mexico's hydrocarbons law that were intended to eliminate asymmetric price regulations against state oil company Petroleos Mexicanos (Pemex), court documents showed on Monday.

Mexico looks for U.S. help as AstraZeneca admits Latin American vaccine delay

May 01 2021

MEXICO CITY Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Friday the United States would probably send his country 5 million more doses of AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine, as the company admitted production in Latin American had suffered multiple setbacks.

CORRECTED-UPDATE 3-Mexico looks for U.S. help as AstraZeneca admits Latin American vaccine delay

May 01 2021

MEXICO CITY, April 30 Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Friday the United States would probably send his country 5 million more doses of AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine, as the company admitted production in Latin American had suffered multiple setbacks.

Mexico's Pemex posts narrower $1.8 billion first-quarter loss

Apr 30 2021

By Adriana Barrera, Stefanie Eschenbacher and Ana Isabel Martinez

World News

'Pingdemic' puts Britain's food supply under strain

LONDON (Reuters) -British supermarkets said on Thursday that some products were in short supply and petrol stations had been forced to close after the official health app told hundreds of thousands of workers to isolate following contact with someone with COVID-19.