The rule change by the National Hydrocarbons Commission came on April 15, 2016, in the form of a modification to an agreement reached after the government opened the energy industry to outside investment in 2014, the regulator said in an email. That allowed state-owned Pemex to book reserves for 25 years, instead of just two, on as many as 72 fields it was charged with maintaining after the government opened the market.
A $5.7 billion earnings bump that retroactively turned Pemex’s $1.8 billion fourth-quarter loss into a profit almost didn’t occur at all. The reversal of fortune was quietly introduced to the public when the Pemex CFO surprised listeners on a May 3 conference call by identifying the company’s first-quarter profit as the second in a row. A Petroleos Mexicanos regulatory filing offered just a hint as to what happened.
BOSTON (WHDH) - Each Monday afternoon, Best Buddy Ryan Chapman gets Davio’s ready for guests. “I love working Monday nights, because the restaurant looks more elegant, and so peaceful, and romantic,” Chapman said. He’s been working here for more than a year, and he’s done so well, he earned Massachusetts Best Buddies Employee of the Year! “It’s such an honor to have that, such an amazing award to have employee of the year,” said Chapman. All told, Davio’s has hired 3 Best Buddies.