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Mexico's Round One - onshore conventional opportunities


Mexico's Round One - onshore conventional opportunities

Report summary

Mexico has announced the next phase of Round One with an offering of 26 onshore conventional fields. All are located in the Burgos, Tampico-Misantla, and Salinas-Sureste Basins. The qualification criteria are very different from the shallow-water development round. This enables new Mexican E&P companies to participate in the round.

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  • Introduction
  • Bids are due in December
  • Qualification criteria focus on management credentials
  • Twenty-six fields on offer across three basins
  • Type One oil fields may attract Mexican companies and smaller players
    • Type Two oil fields will be the focus of juniors and independents
    • Several gas fields will be offered in the Burgos Basin
  • Licenses will be used for the first time in Mexico
    • Royalties and taxes
      • Oil royalties
      • Gas royalties
    • A competitive fiscal regime
  • Conclusion

In this report there are 8 tables or charts, including:

  • Introduction
  • Bids are due in December
    • Mexico's Round One - onshore conventional opportunities: Table 1
  • Qualification criteria focus on management credentials
  • Twenty-six fields on offer across three basins
    • Mexico's Round One - onshore conventional opportunities: Image 1
  • Type One oil fields may attract Mexican companies and smaller players
  • Licenses will be used for the first time in Mexico
    • Oil royalty at different production and price levels
    • Gas royalty at different production and price levels
    • Illustrative fiscal regime comparison
    • Mexico's Round One - onshore conventional opportunities: Image 5
    • Mexico's Round One - onshore conventional opportunities: Image 6
  • Conclusion
    • Appendix
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