Feike De Jong

Reporter  in BNamericas

Feike de Jong is based in Mexico City where he has worked as a journalist and researcher as well as developing cultural projects in the spheres of urbanism and music. He won the 2010 Walter Reuter prize for reporting on the economic impact of climate change in Mexico and has written for the Guardian, Fortune International and the Atlantic CityLab.

225 articles written by Feike De Jong:

What does the AMLO win mean for the energy sector?

Friday, July 6, 2018

Andrés Manuel López Obrador's (AMLO) victory in Mexico's presidential election will most immediately imply a change in discourse regarding the energy sector. The tussle...

Brief: Pipeline tappers hit strategic duct

Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Pemex personnel brought a leak caused by illegal pipeline tapping in Salina Cruz under control, the oil company said. The leak was discovered on the Minatitlan-Salina Cruz pipeline, which has gasoline...

Mexico's textbook energy reform and where it is headed, Jeff Pavlovic, President, Bravos Energia

Friday, June 29, 2018

Having previously worked for power utility CFE and the energy ministry Jeff Pavlovic of Bravos Energia could see the electricity part of Mexico's energy reform building up from step one. As th...

Opportunities in upstream, midstream and downstream as Mexico modernizes assets, Mauro Hoyer, President, Sevicios de Liquidación VI

Monday, June 11, 2018

The energy sector is an interlocking system, not only of companies and institutions, but also of hardware ranging from oil platforms to gasoline pumps. The change from a closed to an open energy marke...

What does the AMLO win mean for the energy sector?

Friday, July 6, 2018

Andrés Manuel López Obrador's (AMLO) victory in Mexico's presidential election will most immediately imply a change in discourse regarding the energy sector. The tussle...