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Mexico's Round One deepwater exploration: risks and potential rewards 


Mexico's Round One deepwater exploration: risks and potential rewards 

Report summary

The deepwater phase of Round One will close on 5 December 2016 with 10 exploration blocks on offer. Twenty-six companies, including every major deepwater player, have prequalified, a clear sign of interest given the current buyer's market for exploration acreage. We assessed the subsurface potential and risks of the two areas where the blocks are clustered: the Perdido region of the Sabinas-Rio Grande basin and the Salina del Istmo region of the Salinas-Sureste basin. 


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  • Analogue comparison of Perdido and Salinas-Sureste blocks with US GoM fields
  • Perdido has been de-risked but the potential of Salinas-Sureste is untested
    • Sabinas-Rio Grande basin (Perdido Area)
      • Sabinas-Rio Grande (Perdido Area) block characterisations
    • Salinas-Sureste basin (Salina del Istmo region)
      • Salinas-Sureste block characterisation
      • Summary of petroleum system risks by basin
    • Trion's competitive economics demonstrate the potential of Perdido
      • Trion's IRR depending on additional royalty bid (0-20%) and Brent price
      • Fiscal benchmarking of Trion
    • We expect at least seven out of the 10 blocks to be awarded in December

In this report there are 7 tables or charts, including:

  • Analogue comparison of Perdido and Salinas-Sureste blocks with US GoM fields
    • Mexico's Round One deepwater exploration: risks and potential rewards : Image 1
  • Perdido has been de-risked but the potential of Salinas-Sureste is untested
    • Mexico's Round One deepwater exploration: risks and potential rewards : Table 1
    • Mexico's Round One deepwater exploration: risks and potential rewards : Table 2
    • Mexico's Round One deepwater exploration: risks and potential rewards : Table 3
    • Mexico's Round One deepwater exploration: risks and potential rewards : Image 2
    • Mexico's Round One deepwater exploration: risks and potential rewards : Image 3
    • Annex 1
Requester's name : .............
Department : .............
Authoriser's Name : .............
Authoriser's signature : .............
Date : .............
Cost Centre : .............

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