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Country summary: Mexico
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Mexico - recent news
|06 May 20
||Mexico: Qatar Petroleum farms into three Total blocks offshore Mexico
Qatar Petroleum has entered into three farm-in agreements to acquire about 30% of Total’s participating interest in Blocks 15, 33 and 34 located in the Campeche basin, offshore Mexico.
|05 May 20
||Mexico: Eni's Ehecatl-1 exploration well on Block 7 disappoints
JV partner Cairn Energy reports that operations have been completed on the Eni operated Ehecatl-1 exploration well on Block 7, located in the Sureste Basin Offshore Mexico. The well failed to encounter hydrocarbons and has been permanently plugged and abandoned.
|05 May 20
||Mexico: Wintershall Dea announces two significant oil discoveries offshore Mexico
Wintershall Dea and its license partners have made significant oil discoveries on the Polok and the Chinwol prospects in Block 29 offshore Mexico. Polok is a play opening discovery within the Early Miocene reservoir of the Salina Basin (part of the Sureste Basin), whereas Chinwol encountered oil in formations of the Pliocene.
|31 Mar 20
||Mexico: McDermott awarded contract by BHP for Trion FPU pre-FEED design competition
McDermott International has been awarded a contract by BHP to provide pre-front-end engineering design (pre-FEED) services for a floating production unit (FPU) at the Trion field, located approx. 180 kms from the Mexican coastline.
|27 Mar 20
||Mexico: Magseis Fairfield announces award of deepwater OBN program in Mexico
Magseis Fairfield has been awarded a deep water OBN project in the Mexican sector of the Gulf of Mexico. Work is scheduled to commence in the third quarter of 2020.
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