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Country summary: Mexico
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Mexico - recent news
|02 Jul 19
||Mexico: Eni starts production from Area 1 offshore Mexico
Eni has started the early production phase from the Mizton field in Area 1, located in the Campeche Bay offshore Mexico. This is the first step in the development of Area 1, estimated to hold 2.1 billion of oil equivalent in place in the Amoca, Mizton and Tecoalli fields. Eni acquired Area 1 in a competitive bid round in September 2015.
|27 Jun 19
||Mexico: Talos Energy completes Zama appraisal program
Talos Energy has provided an update on the Zama appraisal program in Block 7, located in the offshore portion of Mexico's prolific Sureste Basin. Preliminary results from the Zama-3 appraisal well suggest a gross recoverable resource in the upper half of the pre-appraisal guidance range of 400-800 MMBoe.
|26 Jun 19
||Mexico's oil regulator approves BP's offshore drilling plan
Mexico’s oil regulator has approved a $97 million plan for drilling in an offshore area operated by British supermajor BP in the southern Gulf of Mexico. BP won the rights to drill last June, along with its partner French oil major Total.
|25 Jun 19
||Mexico: Maersk Drilling secures contracts for Maersk Valiant in Mexico
Maersk Drilling has secured contracts for a two-well project for the drillship Maersk Valiant with Repsol Exploracion Mexico for work in Block 10 and 29 offshore Mexico in the Gulf of Mexico.
|14 Jun 19
||Mexican oil regulator cancels Oct auctions to pick Pemex partners
Mexico’s oil regulator announced on Thursday the cancellation of October auctions to pick joint-venture partners in seven onshore areas for state oil company Pemex, which is struggling to reverse more than a decade of falling crude output.
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