Mexico's NOC will request authorization from the energy ministry to seek a partner for the deepwater block.
The landlocked nation, which has been struggling to shore up its water supply as a result of severe drought followed by scant rains, has begun implementing potable water projects around the country.
AngloGold Ashanti puts construction plans on hold after a local community voted to ban mining in the area over environmental concerns.
Tecpetrol CEO Carlos Ormachea says incentivized natural gas pricing through 2021 should allow Argentina's flagship unconventional formation time to reach necessary economies of scale.
Two high-level executives from Grupo Financiero Interacciones spoke with BNamericas about the positive 2017 prospects for the country's infrastructure sector.
The initiative will provide water and sewerage services to 100% of the inhabitants in the city of Santa Marta. The previous aqueduct operator was forced to give back control following a court ruling and massive protests over poor service.
Peru's Buenaventura is a step closer to building the US$500mn San Gabriel gold mine after lining up a crucial environmental permit.
Alejandro Rojas, an infrastructure specialist lawyer at Mexican law firm Nader, Hayaux & Goebel tells BNamericas how the federal government's recently launched strategy to boost infrastructure public-private partnerships can maximize the potential of these investment models.