Mapa Interactivo


The National Hydrocarbons Commission (CNH) makes available to the public the portal of technical information generated throughout the oil history of Mexico. This information was transferred to the CNH by Petróleos Mexicanos and the Mexican Oil Institute under the ninth transitory article of the Hydrocarbons Law.

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Get to know the statistics of oil and gas production, oil exploration, resources and reserves, activity indicators, tenders and contracts, as well as hydrocarbons prices.



The National Hydrocarbons Information Center (CNIH) is responsible for the collection, safeguarding, administration and publication of the information obtained from the Recognition and Surface Exploration activities (G&G permits), as well as from the Exploration and Extraction of hydrocarbons.

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The digital information available in the National Hydrocarbons Information Center refers to the geological and geophysical information associated with wells. As well as to all the information resulting from hydrocarbon exploration and extraction activities that can be stored in digital media.

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The Center contains physical samples such as: cores, drill cuttings, plugs and hydrocarbon samples.

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Deadline for payment

It is made known to the users of the CNIH that due to the closure of the e5cinco system of the SHCP, the last day to make payments at the authorized banks, is next Friday, December 14, 2018; the service of this system will restart until January 2, 2019.

Information Sets

Licitación CNH-A6-7 Asociaciones/2018

Zona Macuspana Muspac

Zona Cinco Presidentes

Zona Veracruz


New International Information

New layers related to the hydrocarbon sector from the United States Energy Information Administration were added to the Interactive Map.

Layers with information from the United States Energy Information Administration were added, including:
U.S. Border Crossing Natural Gas
U.S. Border Crossing Liquids
U.S. Natural Gas Pipelines
U.S. HGL Pipelines
U.S. Crude Oil Pipelines
U.S. Shale Plays
U.S. Sedimentary Basins
More than 4,000,000 wells * (source: TGS)
* To optimize use, low- and high-resolution views were implemented in the four time zones of the United States, which are activated using zoom in and zoom out functions.

The cartographic grid included in The Agreement Establishing the Proceeding for Defining Areas Likely to be Tendered via Bidding Rounds, published on August 12th, 2014, in the Official Journal of the Federation, was added to the map.

More than 30,000 wells

All of the wells are made available through data packages organized by basin under an Annual Use Licenses scheme (LUA).

As of March 1, 2017, all the wells data transferred to the National Hydrocarbons Information Center (data on more than 30,000 wells) is made available to interested parties. Access to this information will be offered in two modalities: total wells organized by areas associated to basins and exploratory wells organized by location; both under an Annual License of Use scheme (LUA). In both modalities, users will be entitled to access information on the wells drilled after August 2014 as the term of confidentiality ends.

The Galaxia and Limonaria projects, associated with non-conventional areas (final processing and migrated gathers) are incorporated as 3D seismic studies.

A package of Potential Methods is also included. It contains all of the country's gravimetric, magnetometric and electromagnetic data.

A section of cultural data that incorporates INEGI’s information such as: protected natural areas, roads and railways, physiographic provinces, municipal divisions, among others, is added to the interactive map.

An English version of the website was added to make browsing through the menus and labels easier for English speaking users.

Other Notices

Paquete de 50+ Pozos

Atlas Geológicos

Catálogo de imágenes en alta resolución