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Senate proposal: open Mexico oil to private firms
Senator Dolores Padierna, right, and Senator Alejandro Encinas, from the Party of the Democratic Revolution , hold a news conference at the Mexican Senate in Mexico City, Mexico, on Friday, Dec. 6, 2013.
UPDATE 2-Mexico poised to unveil energy bill; right eyes compromise
Mexican senators will present a bill to open up Mexico's energy sector on Friday, and opposition conservatives are weighing a compromise on demands for lucrative concessions to clinch a deal with the ruling party, a top lawmaker said on Thursday.
The Globe and Mail
Suncor hopes to build offshore presence in Norway
Suncor Energy Inc. hopes to build a "material presence" in offshore Norway, its senior vice president of exploration and production said Wednesday.
The Globe and Mail
Dangerous radioactive substance is stolen in Mexico
This screen shot taken on Dec. 4, 2013 in Mexico City, from the website of the National Commission on Nuclear Safety and Safeguards of Mexico's Energy Secretary, shows a message asking for help in the search for a stolen cargo truck hauling medical equipment with extremely dangerous radioactive material after it was stolen in Tepojaco.
The Baltimore Sun
Mexican Senate passes electoral bill, clearing way for energy debate
Mexico's Senate on Tuesday overwhelmingly approved an electoral reform demanded by the opposition, helping pave the way for Congress to focus on an energy bill at the center of President Enrique Pena Nieto 's economic agenda.
Mexico City Site Of Major Protest Over Energy Reform
The one year anniversary of President Enrique Pena Nieto's inauguration saw tens of thousands of protesters take to the streets of Mexico City.
Mexico leftists exit pact, raising hope for deeper energy reform
Mexico's main leftist party said on Thursday it had pulled out of a cross-party pact on economic reform, raising hopes that the government will agree to a more far-reaching plan to attract private investment for the oil industry.
Mexico leftists temporarily exit reform-building pact
The leader of Mexico's main leftist political party said on Thursday it had temporarily pulled out of a cross-party pact aimed at forging economic reforms, saying they were being sidelined in talks over a key energy reform.
World View: Energy in Mexico: Make or break for Pena Nieto
Mexican oil workers lowered the drill on a deep-water drilling platform off the coast of Veracruz in the Gulf of Mexico on Friday.
Energy in Mexico: Make or break for Pena Nieto
A YEAR ago Enrique PeA a Nieto became Mexico's president, promising a series of reforms aimed at raising the country's unimpressive economic growth.