The energy reform allows Pemex to lease part of its infrastructure to third parties. Next year will be the first tender to use transportation pipelines and oil storage systems. There are many companies interested in this.
The Energy Secretariat (Sener) said the first offshore tender should have a 40% success rate.
Mexican authorities were planning to announce the winners of Round 2.2 on April 5, 2017. The National Hydrocarbons Commission (CNH) approved to move this date.
According to a report in Expansion, the CNH will announce the winners on July 12, 2017. The agency postponed the date to coincide with round 2.3.
Mexico’s Energy Reform achieved a milestone this week; for the first time, Argentina-based Pan American Energy (PAE) — a non-Pemex operator– started to drill in the Hokchi-2 well.
The State-Company has made eleven changes to the agreement for Trion field. The striking change is Pemex´s working interest (WI) reduction to 40%, according to a report in El Financiero. The oil-firm was requesting a 45% WI.
The participation expectations of oil-companies have not been met for the National Hydrocarbons Commission (CNH), due to it has been very low.
According to a report in Millennium, the CNH will evaluate whether postpones auction of Trion field, which is initially planned for next December 5th.
The National Hydrocarbons Commission (CNH) approved reducing 15 areas that were assigned to Pemex in the Round Zero, after the Federal Government determined that there are natural reserves that cannot be exploited.