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Mexico's Round One - attractive minimums for onshore phase

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07 December 2015

Mexico's Round One - attractive minimums for onshore phase

Report summary

On 30 November, the Mexican Finance Ministry announced the minimum acceptable royalties for the onshore mature fields phase of Round One. The announcement comes two weeks ahead of the phase's 15 December 2015 closing.

Table of contents

  • Fiscal terms are very competitive
  • The number of qualified companies suggests competitive bidding
  • Above-ground risks are a concern
  • A successful closing on the horizon

Tables and charts

This report includes 4 images and tables including:

  • Fiscal benchmarking based on government take (0% discount rate, real)
  • The Tamaulipas state has the highest number of kidnapping incidents
  • Annex 1 - Minimum additional royalties per field
  • Annex 2 - Qualified companies

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