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Mexico's Round Two - onshore phase undermined by gas focus and above-ground risks

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Mexico has made a risky decision focusing its second onshore licensing round on gas prone acreage predominately in the security and infrastructure challenged Burgos basin. The country is seeking to boost cheap US gas imports while also maintaining energy independence by encouraging companies to focus on the type of gas opportunities that Pemex sees as low priority.

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This report includes 7 images and tables including:

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  • Fiscal regime comparison of onshore terms by additional royalty bid
  • Mexico's gas balance to 2025
  • Difficult to achieve competitive returns at our forecast Burgos gas price
  • Burgos blocks face security problems
  • Above-ground risks and US gas imports are key concerns

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  • Mexico's Round Two - onshore phase undermined by gas focus and above-ground risks: Table 1
  • DROs: government-announced reserves figures

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