South America / GoM
Country summary: Mexico
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Mexico - recent news
|02 Aug 21
||Mexico: Eni announces a new oil find offshore Mexico
Eni has announced an oil find in Upper Miocene sequences on the Sayulita Exploration Prospect in Block 10 in the mid-deep water of the Cuenca Salina Sureste Basin, Offshore Mexico. According to preliminary estimates the new find may contain between 150 and 200Mboe in place.
|26 Jul 21
||Mexico: Nordex Group announces new strategic collaboration with TPI Composites in Mexico
The Nordex Group and the American rotor blade manufacturer TPI Composites have agreed on a unique strategic partnership in addition to collaborating in Turkey and India. As part of this innovative collaboration model, the Nordex Group will transfer the operation of its Mexican rotor blade production in Matamoros to TPI for a period of three years.
|22 Jul 21
||Mexico: Borr Drilling receives Letter of Award for additional work in Mexico
Borr Drilling has received a Letter of Award from an international oil company for additional work in Mexico. The program is expected to commence in the second quarter of 2022.
|19 Jul 21
||Mexico: bp to deliver its first carbon offset LNG cargo to Sempra’s Energia Costa Azul receiving terminal in Mexico
bpGM, Sempra LNG and IEnova have entered into a contract for the delivery and receipt of the companies’ first carbon offset Liquefied Natural Gas ('LNG') cargo. The cargo was expected to be delivered to the Energía Costa Azul terminal in Mexico on July 16, 2021 and it will be sourced from bp’s global LNG portfolio.
|07 Jul 21
||Mexico: Talos Energy provides update on Zama
Talos Energy has provided an update regarding operatorship for the Company's Zama asset offshore Mexico. Talos has been notified by Mexico's Ministry of Energy ('SENER') that it has designated Pemex as the operator of the Zama unit, just three days after it received a letter directly from Pemex arguing for operatorship.
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