Wildcat Publishing Launches The Oil & Gas Year, Mexico 2011By The Oil Gas Year, PRNE
Wednesday, May 18, 2011
MEXICO CITY, May 19, 2011 - Wildcat Publishing Inc. has launched its inaugural book on
Mexico - The Oil & Gas Year, Mexico 2011 - a comprehensive and authoritative
guide to the country's energy industry. Published in co-operation with
Petroleos Mexicanos (Pemex), the book was produced by a team of international
journalists based in Mexico City for seven months. "This book should now be
considered the official reference point for Mexico oil and gas," said Gustavo
Garcia Hernandez, subdirector of planning and evaluation for Pemex.
The Oil & Gas Year, Mexico 2011 draws together interviews,
articles and resources dedicated to every sector of the country's energy
industry, including exploration and production, downstream and refining,
oilfield services, and banking and finance. The 204-page report showcases the
views and opinions of the industry's most influential figures, including Juan
Jose Suarez Coppel, Director General of Pemex; Carlos Morales Gil, Director
General of Pemex E&P; Juan Carlos Zepeda Molina, President of the National
Hydrocarbons Commission (CNH); Francisco Salazar, President of the Energy
Regulatory Commission (CRE); and Carlos Guzman, President of ProMexico. The
book was published in partnership with Pemex and ProMexico, and in
collaboration with Navix, a leading local financing company of the local
energy industry, and Lopez Veralde Heftye y Soria (LVHS), a leading local oil
and gas law firm.
"Mexico holds a position as one of the world's most iconic
markets," said Guillaume Doane, regional director of The Oil & Gas Year.
"The market is currently experiencing developments that could reshape the
industry for many years to come. Our strong partnership with Pemex enabled us
to complete the most authoritative publication ever written about the
country's energy sector and its leaders."
The Oil & Gas Year, Mexico 2011 gives in-depth coverage on the major
recent developments in the local energy sector, particularly Pemex's new
incentive-based contracting model and its plans for deepwater production,
which are due to mark a renaissance for the country's oil industry since
production began shrinking in 2004. In total, the editorial team met with
more than 80 individuals and companies. The publication traces the key oil
and gas discoveries of recent years, highlights the key projects that mark
Mexico's infrastructural development, and tracks the crucial reforms that are
reshaping the nation's economy.
ABOUT THE OIL & GAS YEAR AND WILDCAT PUBLISHING INC.
The Oil & Gas Year is the flagship title of Wildcat Publishing
Inc., publisher of business intelligence resources. The Oil & Gas Year is a
prestigious series of executive books produced country by country. The yearly
reports are both valuable resources and critical business tools for energy
investors, highlighting and promoting key actors and opportunities in those
economies. The Oil & Gas Year has worldwide distribution of more than 24,000
readers in 100 countries.
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