Next Tuesday October 8th, the British Chamber of Commerce in Mexico will get together with oil industry majors such as BP, Shell, Schlumberger and Petrofac (amongst others) to organize “Energy Day 2013”, an exciting event that brings together energy industry professionals from all major national and international companies in […]
by Pedro Alcalá
Pemex had more than one piece of good news this week. While the second announcement may not have come with a presidential address on live television, in any other week it would have been a significant event worthy of much attention: Pemex awarded its first onshore block to a private operator under the country’s […]Continue Reading →
More details have been revealed by Pemex regarding the 2nd round of ISCs awarded earlier this week. Pemex reported that 31 companies participated in the bidding process. In the end, the NOC received 28 offers and awarded 4 contracts to the companies that offered the best price and investment conditions.
Pemex explained that the […]Continue Reading →
Pemex today awarded four of the six integrated service contracts on offer in its second round, voiding the two that for many were the most interesting – Atún and Arenque, the two shallow water offshore fields that were on offer.
Of the remaining onshore areas, Schlumberger and Petrofac were awarded Pánuco, the largest of the […]Continue Reading →
Earlier this month, oilfield service companies Petrofac and Schlumberger announced that they had formed a new alliance to provide production related service to national oilfield companies. To hear the names of these two companies in the same sentence is nothing new in Mexico, given that they were the two firms awarded […]Continue Reading →