BSI Offers $2 Billion in Savings to Mexican Energy Projects: President Interviewed by Mexican Business Journals

    Monterrey, Mexico (April 22, 2016). – With the aim to help the Mexican government save $2 billion on the gas pipeline projects being tendered, and $8 billion on power plant construction over the next 15 years, the international consulting firm Boston Strategies International (BSI) started operations in Mexico. “BSI is a consulting firm […]

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2nd Mexico Gas Summit – Expanding the distribution network

People (right to left): Clay Bretches (President & CEO of Sendero Midstream), Eduardo Nieves (head of the Technical System Operations and Planning Office at the Natural Gas National Control Center at CENAGAS), Dora Mancera (organizer of the event from Industry Exchange LLC), David Jacoby (President of Boston Strategies International), Brandon Seale (President of Howard Energy México), Jimmy Delano (Vice President and General Manager of ATCO Mexico), Jay Applewhite […]

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BSI a sponsor of 2nd Mexico Gas Summit 2016 & moderating “Hydrocarbons Infrastructure” panel discussion

BSI’s President, David Jacoby will be the moderator of the “Hydrocarbons Infrastructure” panel discussion at the 2nd Mexico Gas Summit – The leading natural gas event for Mexico’s onshore E&P, midstream infrastructure, transportation and storage industries on April 13-14, 2016. The 2nd Mexico Gas Summit is a two day oil and gas event in San Antonio, […]

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BSI to Deliver Keynote Address at China Sourcing Summit

Boston Strategies International will attend the 6th Conference and Exhibition – China Sourcing Summit On Petroleum & Chemical Equipment (CSSOPE 2016) to be held on 25-26 May, 2016 in Beijing, with a focus on petroleum and chemical equipment sourcing. BSI’s President, David Jacoby will conduct a workshop and deliver a presentation at CSSOPE 2016. For more information […]

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No Business Sense: Caspian Pipelines Will Cost 5 Times Others And Suffer Loss Of 25% Revenue

Central Asia is fast becoming a region of strategic importance because of large reserves of natural gas being discovered here and prospects of vital pipelines catering to the needs of both western and oriental worlds.  To be more precise, the country which drives this importance is Turkmenistan with its fourth largest reserves of natural gas […]

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Fracking in Mexico: Challenges and Key Success Factors

Pemex plans to increase shale activity in the next few years, budgeting over $575m in 2014, highlighting some 200 shale gas opportunities in five geologic provinces in eastern Mexico, and opening up the bidding process for drilling shale fields. It aims to attract as much as $1t in energy investment to exploit Mexico’s shale oil […]

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Fracking: Where Will Latin America Be Without It?

Latin America, which holds approximately one-fourth of the world’s recoverable shale oil and gas reserves, is poised to reap the benefits of the North American shale revolution between now and 2025.  Ranked by shale reserves, the five largest countries in Latin America are: Argentina (802 tcf) Mexico (681 tcf) Venezuela (167 tcf) Colombia (55 tcf) […]

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Fracking Fever in Colombia

In Colombia, shale potential is mainly present in three of its 23 basins: the Middle Magdalena Valley (MMVB), Llanos, and Catatumbo basins, amounting to a total shale gas reserve of 55 tcf. Potential shale formations are also believed to exist in the Caguan-Putamayo, Cesar-Rancheria, and Eastern Cordillera basin. So far, shale exploration has been predominantly […]

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Boston Strategies Targeting Significant Emission Reduction

BSI has committed to reduce its carbon footprint per revenue dollar for fiscal year 2015 by 63%. This follows a 21% reduction in absolute carbon emission during 2014. As a consulting firm we do not emit any carbon through manufacturing or conversion itself, which constitutes ‘Scope 1 emissions’ according to the standard guidelines of GHG […]

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