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MX Oil Plc: audio interview with Chairman

10 Nov 2014 | by: Richard Mason

After chatting with Andrew Frangos the Chairman of MX Oil I provide this audio interview.

Andrew and MX Oil are clearly making progress towards their first major step into exploration & development out in Mexico, so much so that the MX team met recently with both Pemex and the chambers of the hydrocarbon commission of Mexico.

  • Highly rewarding meetings with both Pemex and Major O&G dignitaries
  • CEO out in country progressing the consortiums future bid rounds
  • Increased news flow which will potentially increase volume and value
  • Firm steps into a highly rewarding (9th largest) Oil & Gas state

It was a pleasure to chat to Andrew Frangos, feeling the measured yet confident approach really does bode well for this early mover in the Mexican Oil & Gas sector.

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