Mexico’s state-run Pemex could delay to next year a call to energy companies to form joint ventures planned for October, amid government complaints that these firms have not invested quickly enough to make good on the promises of the country’s flagship reform, the energy secretary said on Wednesday. Pemex so far has had mixed results in its strategy of finding foreign partners to form joint ventures. In 2016, BHP Group was chosen to partner with Pemex in the country’s flagship offshore project Trion. But some later auctions failed to attract oil companies and others were delayed. Oil firms have only invested $800 million out of billions of dollars committed to over a hundred new Mexican energy projects, Rocio Nahle […]