Feike De Jong

Reporter  in BNamericas

Feike de Jong is based in Mexico City where he has worked as a journalist and researcher as well as developing cultural projects in the spheres of urbanism and music. He won the 2010 Walter Reuter prize for reporting on the economic impact of climate change in Mexico and has written for the Guardian, Fortune International and the Atlantic CityLab.

446 articles written by Feike De Jong:

Operator Series: Pemex in times of López Obrador

Thursday, July 19, 2018

Pemex has been, as one worker on an oil platform put it, the "rich kid who pays for everybody." Mexico's giant NOC covers the whole value stream from exploration to&nbs...

Operator Series: Pemex in times of López Obrador

Thursday, July 19, 2018

Pemex has been, as one worker on an oil platform put it, the "rich kid who pays for everybody." Mexico's giant NOC covers the whole value stream from exploration to&nbs...

Spotlight: What AMLO's got up his sleeve for the oil & gas industry

Thursday, June 14, 2018

With just over two weeks to go before Mexico's presidential election on July 1, leftwing candidate Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO, in photo) is enjoying leads of around 20% in the...

Spotlight: What AMLO's got up his sleeve for the oil & gas industry

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

With just over two weeks to go before Mexico's presidential election on July 1, leftwing candidate Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO, in photo) is enjoying leads of around 20% in the...

AMLO appointees underline political importance of Pemex and CFE

Tuesday, July 31, 2018

The politically charged appointments of Manuel Bartlett and Nicolás Romero as the heads of Mexican state-run electricity utility CFE and NOC Pemex echo past political nominees and revive m...