Statistic Analysis
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The 10 Development Plans approved for current contracts include a maximum crude production estimate of more than 300,000 barrels per day
11 October 2019
  • To date, of the 111 currently valid E&P contracts, 10 have approved Development Plans1 that include information about expected volumes of hydrocarbons production.
  • Over the next 5 years (2020 to 2024), a total production of 501 million barrels of oil and 637 billion cubic feet of gas are expected to be generated by these projects.
  • According to Plans presented by contractors, a maximum oil production of 334 thousand barrels per day by year 2025 is expected, of which 129 tb/d originate from projects where Pemex is a partner2.
  • Projects with the largest expected volumes of oil are from contracts CNH-R01-L02-A4/2015 (453 million barrels) operated by Fieldwood, CNH-M1-Ek-Balam/2017 (440 million barrels) operated by Pemex and CNH-R01-L02-A1/2015 (338 million barrels) operated by ENI, which together represent 77% of total expected production. These projects are located in shallow waters of the coast of Tabasco and Campeche states.
  • A maximum production of gas is estimated at 307 million cubic feet per day by 2025, of which 108 million cf/d will come from projects where Pemex is a partner.
  • Projects with the largest expected volumes of gas are from contracts CNH-R01-L02-A4/2015 (563 billion cubic feet) operated by Fieldwood, CNH-R01-L02-A1/2015 (219 billion cubic feet) operated by ENI and CNH-M3-Misión/2018 (218 billion cubic feet) operated by Servicios Múltiples de Burgos, which together represent 66% of total expected production. These projects are located in shallow waters and onshore zones of Tamaulipas and Nuevo León states.
  • For more information, visit the new production report on contracts with approved Plans, https://hidrocarburos.gob.mx/statistics, in the section “Production”.
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*Referring to producible gas volume, may differ from the offered to the market due to on-site usage and/or self-supply.

1 CNH-R01-L02-A1/2015, CNH-R01-L02-A2/2015, CNH-R01-L02-A4/2015, CNH-R01-L03-A5/2015, CNH-M1-Ek-Balam/2017, CNH-M2-Santuario-El Golpe/2017, CNH-M3-Misión/2018, CNH-M4-Ébano/2018, CNH-A3-Cardenas Mora/2017, CNH-A4-Ogarrio/2017.

2 Pemex is either partner or operating partner. Contracts include CNH-M1-Ek-Balam/2017, CNH-M2-Santuario-El Golpe/2017, CNH-M3-Misión/2018, CNH-M4-Ébano/2018, CNH-A3-Cardenas Mora/2017, CNH-A4-Ogarrio/2017.

Source: Development Plans presented by contractors.

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