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Pacific E&P Works To Make Bond Payments As Deadline Looms
Friday, February 05, 2016 Colombia's largest private oil producer works to avoid default on bond payments as it comes up against February deadline.
As Oil Suffers, Colombia Eyes Tough Time for Bond Offer
Thursday, February 04, 2016 Colombia prepares to tap bond markets as slide in crude prices dents fiscal accounts threaten the oil exporting nation's credit standing.
Pemex Said Seeking to Raise $5 Billion in First 2016 Dollar Sale
Thursday, January 28, 2016 Petroleos Mexicanos plans to sell $5 billion of debt at a discount to similarly-rated peers as the oil company faces the threat of a credit-rating cut amid worsening losses.
Mexico to Evaluate Possible Pemex Capital Boost After Steps
Wednesday, January 27, 2016 Mexico could inject capital into slumping state-owned Pemex and allow it to increase debt more than planned if the oil producer presents a plan to ensure its long-term sustainability and profitability, Deputy Finance Minister Miguel Messmacher said.
Mexico's Deepwater Future Must Balance Gov't Revenues, Bidding Terms
Tuesday, January 26, 2016 Mexico's future lies in its deepwater oil and gas resources, but must balance government financial interest with attractive bidding round terms.