The National Hydrocarbons Commission (CNH) authorized Shell’s (LON: RDSB) ultra-deep-water exploration plans in the Gulf of Mexico.
The firm’s project will be ready in seven months, helping the Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) generate more electricity in the Yucatan Peninsula.
A dispute between Pemex and Talos Energy has delayed negotiations on the development of the Zama well, the American firm said.
IEnova and Alpek believe that a greater natural gas production and infrastructure will help the growth of the national economy.
The company announced plans to accelerate deep-water exploration in the Mexican side of the Gulf of Mexico.
The company, owned by Mexican businessman Alberto Baillères, said that its next oil production will be its best strategy to obtain financing.
Talos Energy announced important advances in the process of evaluating the Zama field. The company gave positive results on this area.
Egypt’s Cheiron Holdings will invest in the Cádernas-Mora area, as a result of its farm-out with Pemex, the National Hydrocarbons Commission (CNH) said.
CEO Octavio Romero spoke about Pemex’s short term plans in the Zama field.
Hokchi Energy will start oil and gas production in Mexico during the second half of 2020.
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