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Mexico’s Round Two deepwater phase poised for success


Mexico’s Round Two deepwater phase poised for success

Report summary

Mexico has debuted its latest deepwater licensing round - an assortment of thirty blocks across four different basins. The fiscal terms are almost identical to the ones used in the successful Round One deepwater phase. These terms are competitive against rivals such as the US GoM and Brazil, which is very important given the competition for capital due to low oil prices.

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  • Companies will have six months of data room access
  • Cash tiebreaker will be incorporated into Round One deepwater fiscal regime
  • Mexico fiscal terms are very competitive
  • Incumbents will jockey for blocks in Salinas Sureste and Sabinas Rio Grande basin
  • Conclusion

In this report there are 4 tables or charts, including:

  • Companies will have six months of data room access
    • Mexico’s Round Two deepwater phase poised for success: Table 1
  • Cash tiebreaker will be incorporated into Round One deepwater fiscal regime
  • Mexico fiscal terms are very competitive
    • Fiscal benchmarking using government share and company IRR
  • Incumbents will jockey for blocks in Salinas Sureste and Sabinas Rio Grande basin
    • Perdido could present opportunities to grow existing positions
    • A number of blocks are in the underexplored Tampico and Veracruz basins
  • Conclusion
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