A few weeks ago, we talked about the US$40M that Pemex loses monthly due to the Gas burn and it has serious consequences to the environment. There are four reasons for which the gas is burned: well testing, production failures, scheduled plant maintenance and accidents.
In the newsroom of Hydrocarbons Mexico we ask ourselves, what has happened in recent years with natural gas in Mexico? According to Secretary of Energy (SENER) database, the production of this fuel has had a drop of 2% annually, over the past 5 years.
One of the main consequences of the oil crisis is to stop exploring projects. In Mexico, this activity has fallen too much. We set the task of finding out how many rigs are currently working on exploration. Data found is very troubling.
Market liberalization in Energy Sector Continues, and now it is time for Natural Gas. Pemex has up to four years to give to private companies 70% of the Natural Gas commercialization.
Pemex will start drilling the well bounding Tetlel-DL with the aim to reclassify the possible and probable reserves.
The National Hydrocarbons Commission (CNH) approved the drilling of this well in recent days, after reviewing the application submitted made by Pemex.