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  • Mexico: the best route to export natural gas to Asia

    Methodological note for maritime cost:
    Maritime freight considers a 9,149 nm from Louisiana to Tokyo, and 5,987 nm from Manzanillo to Tokyo. Tanker rental cost is estimated at $130,000 USD/day. Gas consumption is 35 USD/nm and travel speed is 18 knots. Two additional days for loading and unloading are aggregated. A $0.20 USD/mmBTU Panama Canal toll is added in Louisiana route. Average waiting time to cross Panama Canal is 2 days. Tanker rental cost must be calculated for roundtrip.

    Mexico: the best route to export natural gas to Asia

    Published on November 15th 2017
    • Mexico could offer export alternatives for natural gas produced in the Permian Basin. For instance, Manzanillo port has a 500 mmcfd regasification capacity1. This facility could be transformed to liquefy and export Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) to Asia.
    • Travel time from Manzanillo to Japan could be 39% lower than from Louisiana, going from 23 to 14 days.²
    • Maritime travel cost to Japan from Louisiana is estimated at $2.40 USD/mmBTU (including a $0.20 USD/mmBTU Panama Canal toll); traveling from Manzanillo is projected at $1.36 USD/mmBTU.3.³
    • Transportation cost from the Waha Hub (Permian Basin) to Manzanillo is calculated at $0.45 USD/mmBTU4 (estimating a 1,978 km transport pipeline5). On the other hand, pipeline transportation cost from Waha to Henry Hub is estimated at $0.25 USD/mmBTU.6
    • Adding up maritime and pipeline transportation costs, to export natural gas from the Permian Basin to Japan through Manzanillo port would be estimated at $1.81 USD/mmBTU total, 32% lower than exporting from Louisiana, calculated at $2.65 USD/mmBTU.
    Fuente:
    1SENER (2013). Prospectiva de Gas Natural y Gas L.P. 2013-2017, available in: https://www.gob.mx/cms/uploads/attachment/file/62950/Prospectiva_de_Gas_natural_y_Gas_L.P._2013-2027.pdf
    2SeaRates.com Digital Broker & Freight Forwarder
    3CNH’s estimates based on U.S. Natural Gas (LNG) Exports: Opportunities and Challenges (Ripple, 2016). For more information, see Methodological Note
    4CNH’s estimates with pipeline construction costs for Waha-Guadalajara route, considering a 25 year life cycle, 30% of the construction cost for operating costs throughout the project, and a 70% capacity utilization rate. Average Waha-Guadalajara route’s capacity and construction costs were assigned for Guadalajara-Manzanillo pipeline. Data sheets regarding pipeline costs and capacity are available at: http://www.cfe.gob.mx/Licitaciones/Licitaciones/Paginas/PrincipalesProyectos.aspx
    5Distance is the sum of the pipeline’s length in the Waha-Manzanillo route, according to Data Sheets at: http://www.cfe.gob.mx/Licitaciones/Licitaciones/Paginas/PrincipalesProyectos.aspx
    6Pipeline transportation cost from Waha to Henry Hub is the difference between average spot price in Henry Hub minus average spot price in Waha Hub the first week of November 2017. Source: Platts
    mmcfd: Million of cubic feet per day
    USD/mmBTU: Dollar per one million British Terminal Units
    nm: Nautical miles
  • Over half the prospective resources* in Mexico are concentrated in 2 basins

    Over half the prospective resources* in Mexico are concentrated in 2 basins

    Published on November 8th 2017
    • By 2017, Mexico has a volume of 112.8 Bboe of prospective resources. Tampico-Misantla and Deep Gulf of Mexico basins combined represent 58% of these resources.
    • Tampico-Misantla’s prospective resources are estimated at 37.1 Bboe, accounting for 33% of the total resources.
    • As for the Deep Gulf of Mexico, its resources are estimated at 28 Bboe, that represent 25% of the total resources.
    • Southeast Basins, Sabinas-Burro-Picachos and Burgos accumulate 38% of the prospective resources. While the basins of Veracruz, Yucatan Shelf and Chiapas Fold Belt constitute altogether barely 4% of the total.
    Bboe: Billion barrels of oil equivalent.
    *Prospective resource: volume of hydrocarbons in undiscovered accumulations, which is considered to be potentially recoverable according to the available information.
    On the other hand, the term “Reserves” makes reference to the volume of hydrocarbons in discovered accumulations, foreseen to be comercially recovered.
    Source: National Hydrocarbons Comission. See more at “Prospective Resources”.
  • Offshore exploration activity and accumulated production 1976-2016

    Offshore exploration activity and accumulated production 1976-2016

    Published on October 31st 2017
    • From 1976 to 2016, Mexico drilled 316 offshore exploration wells in the Gulf of Mexico (GOM), while Brazil drilled 2,420 and the United States 6,076 in the GOM.
    • With just 5% and 13% of US and Brazil’s offshore exploration wells respectively, Mexico produced 1.6 times more hydrocarbons than the US and 2.8 times more than Brazil.
    Sources:
    1\ Wood Mackenzie Upstream Data Tool: Considers exploration wells completed from 1976 to 2016. For Mexico and the US, only Gulf of Mexico exploration wells are considered.
    2\ Accumulated production: Brazil and the US information comes from Wood Mackenzie Upstream Data Tool, considering exploration wells completed from 1976 to 2016.
    Information for Mexico is available at: Statistics
    MMBOE: Million barrels of oil equivalent
  • Oil production drops 10%

    Oil production drops 10%

    Published on October 19th 2017
    • In September 2017, national oil production stood at 1,732 Mbd (thousands of barrels per day), while in the previous month it reached 1,932.1 Mbd, representing a decrease of 10%.
    • The early maintenance work carried out by Pemex during the first days of September in the Ku-Maloob-Zaap* asset after Hurricane Harvey, led to a 16% decrease in the production of that asset. This affected notably the national indicator since so far in 2017, more than 4 out of every 10 barrels were produced by Ku-Maloob-Zaap.
    Note: The Ku-Maloob-Zaap Asset consists of the Ku, Maloob, Zaap, Bacab, Lum and Ayatsil fields.
    Source: National Hydrocarbons Commission. See more at “Tablero de producción de Petróleo y Gas”
  • Farmouts represent 23% of Pemex’s capital expenditures in 2017

    Farmouts represent 23% of Pemex’s capital expenditures in 2017

    Published on October 12th 2017
    • As a result of the farmouts tenders, Pemex collected $2,513.52 million dollars (mmusd) in committed investment from it's partners, coming from the three blocks awarded: Trion, on December 5th, 2016, Cárdenas-Mora and Ogarrio, on October 4th of this year.
    • The $ 2,513.52 mmusd consists of: $ 1,974 mmusd for the joint investment account in Trion, $ 166.5 mmusd in Cárdenas-Mora and $ 373.02 mmusd for Ogarrio. While the State will receive $ 93.25 mmusd.
    • These contributions represent 23.3% of the estimated capital expenditures held and to execute by Pemex in 2017\¹.
    Note: The distribution of the bonds was done as follows:
    • Trion: Pemex (90%) and State (10%)
    • Cárdenas-Mora: Pemex (First 69 mmusd + 80% from remaining part) and State (20% from remaining part).
    • Ogarrio: Pemex (First 59.6 mmusd + 80% from remaining part) and State (20% from remaining part)
    Source: ¹\Pemex http://www.pemex.com/ri/finanzas/Paginas/InversionCifras.aspx and National Hydrocarbons Comission. See more at "TRION bidding results", "CARDENAS-MORA bidding results", "OGARRIO bidding results"
  • Gas Flaring and Venting reduced by 73%

    Gas Flaring and Venting reduced by 73%

    Published on October 3rd 2017
    • In August 2017, Pemex flared and vented 128.2 million cubic feet per day (MMCFPD) of natural gas; this cut is also equivalent to a reduction of 352.4 MMCFPD in relation to August 2016. In perspective, the latter figure represents 9% of what was domestically produced in August 2017.
    • Most of the reduction was achieved in the Ku-Maloop-Zaap asset with a participation of 173.1 MMCFPD, followed by the Abkatún-Pol-Chuc asset with a decline of 103.7 MMCFPD; these are equivalent to a reduction of 85% and 95%, respectively.
    • This enhancement in gas usage takes place after the publication, in January 2016, of the Natural Gas Usage Technical Provisions by CNH as well as the corrective programs that have been implemented given these Provisions.
    National Hydrocarbons Commission. See more at “Natural gas flaring and venting follow-up”
  • 57% of the investment has Mexican participation

    57% of the investment has Mexican participation

    Published on September 22nd 2017
    • In the 7 bids of rounds 1 and 2, Mexican companies reach an approved investment and committed investment of $689 million dollars, Mexican companies associated with foreign companies $667 mmusd and foreign companies $1,030 mmusd.
    • For onshore blocks an investment of $827 mmusd is reached, of which 83% corresponds to Mexican companies. For shallow water blocks, an investment of $ 1,072 mmusd and 47% of this amount corresponds to Mexican companies in association with foreign companies.
    • For deepwater blocks, Pemex and Sierra have allotted blocks in association with foreign companies, representing 14% of the investment committed in R1.4.
    Source: National Hydrocarbons Commission, see more at “Investment in Contracts", “Round 1.4 Results”, “Round 2.1 Results”, “Round 2.2 Results” y “Round 2.3 Results”.
  • Contractors to drill 104 wells

    Contractors to drill 104 wells

    Published on September 12th 2017
    • The 4 tenders from round one and three for round two have triggered the drilling of 104 wells. Of these, 66 are exploratory and 38 are for development.
    • Of the plans approved for tender one, two and three of round one, the drilling of 51 wells, 13 for offshore exploration and 38 for onshore development, were acknowledged.
    • For tenders R1.4, R2.1, R2.2 and R2.3, there is an investment commitment equivalent to the drilling of 53 exploratory wells *; of which 26 will be drilled onshore and 17 offshore.
    • The 66 exploratory exploration wells are equivalent to Pemex's exploratory drilling of the last 3 years (2014-2016)
    * Estimated based on additional investment bids from winning bidders.
    Source: National Hydrocarbons Commission, see more at “Investment in Contracts", “Round 1.4 Results”, “Round 2.1 Results”, “Round 2.2 Results” y “Round 2.3 Results”.
  • More than $ 2,385 million of approved and committed investment in 7 tenders

    More than $ 2,385 million of approved and committed investment in 7 tenders

    Published on September 6th 2017
    • Investments for $ 1,142 million (mmusd) have been approved for the blocks awarded of the first three tenders of round one.
    • For tenders 1.4, 2.1, 2.2 and 2.3, there is an investment commitment * of at least $ 1,245 mmusd. In the coming months the CNH will approve the investments plans from these tenders.
    • The investments related to the initial stage of these projects reach $ 2,387 million dollars. In case of commercial success, the total investments could exceed $ 50 thousand mmusd **.
    * Estimated based on the Minimum Work Program and the additional investment offers of the winning bidders.
    ** If Trion is considered, the investments would reach more than $ 60 thousand mmusd.
    Source: National Hydrocarbons Commission, see more at “Investment in Contracts", “Round 1.4 Results”, “Round 2.1 Results”, “Round 2.2 Results” y “Round 2.3 Results”.
  • Import of natural gas exceeds national production

    Import of natural gas exceeds national production

    Published on August 30th 2017
    • In June 2017, dry natural gas production stood at 3,164 million cubic feet per day (MMcfd), while imports totaled 5,027 MMcdf, an increase of 3.6% over the previous month.
    • Since 2016, the volume of imported natural gas is higher than domestic production.
    • The differential between imports and production went from 709 MMcfd in 2016 to 1,863 MMcfd in June 2017. In other words, the gap between imports and production increased by 162%.
    Source: Petróleos Mexicanos and Secretaría de Energía, see more at “Natural Gas Balance”
  • Ku-Maloob-Zaap achieves more than 50% reduction in natural gas flaring and venting

    Ku-Maloob-Zaap achieves more than 50% reduction in natural gas flaring and venting

    Published on August 22nd 2017
    • The asset Ku-Maloob-Zaap, is composed of the fields: Ayatsil, Bacab, Ku, Lum, Maloob and Zaap. In June 2017, 44% of the national oil production came from this asset.
    • On November 15, 2016, the National Hydrocarbons Comission sanctioned PEMEX for non-compliance with the gas utilization targets for this asset. As a result, PEMEX presented a program of corrective actions amounting 3,028 million dollars for the period 2016-2019.
    • As a result of corrective actions, in the first half of 2017 a reduction in natural gas flaring and venting of 55% was achieved, going from 197 million cubic feet per day (MMcfd) in January to 88.3 MMcfd in June
    Source: National Hydrocarbons Commission, for more information, go to “Gas flaring and venting”
  • Five fields produce 53% of national oil

    Five fields produce 53% of national oil

    Published on August 16th 2017
    • In June 2017, the five fields with the largest oil production in the country, according to their contribution, were: Maloob, Zaap, Xanab, Ku and Xux. Together, they produced 1,063.3 thousand barrels per day (KBPD), of a national total of 2,009.6 KBPD.
    • The Xanab and Xux fields, began production in 2009 and 2014, respectively. For the first half of 2017, they reached an average production per well of 13.8 KBPD and 5.1 KBPD, respectively.
    • While the Maloob, Zaap and Ku fields saw their first barrel in 1985, 1992 and 1981, respectively. In the first half of 2017, they achieved an average production per well of 5.1 KBPD, 5.5 KBPD and 3.2 KBPD respectively.
    Source: National Hydrocarbons Commission, for more information, go to “National oil and gas production”
  • Non-associated natural gas basins at the lowest level of the last 15 years

    Non-associated natural gas basins at the lowest level of the last 15 years

    Published on August 7th 2017
    • In the first half of 2017, production of the main non-associated natural gas basins* fell 57% from the level reached 10 years ago and is at its lowest point in the last 15 years.
    • The drilling of wells in these basins has been in decline since 2006, which has directly impacted the production level. So far in 2017, no new wells have been drilled.
    • The fall in the production of non-associated gas is related to the collapse of the price of this hydrocarbon, which lost 55% of its value in 10 years.
    * Basins: Cuenca de Burgos, Plataforma Burro-Picachos, Sabinas and Veracruz.
    Source: National Hydrocarbons Commission, see more details at “Report of drilling rigs and wells”, “Oil and gas prices”, “National oil and gas production”.
  • Drilling rigs in offshore exploration raises

    Drilling rigs in offshore exploration raises

    Published on July 31st 2017
    • In June 2017 there were 15.5 drilling rigs in offshore exploration, the largest number of the last 10 years.
    • About one in two drilling rigs engaged in offshore exploration were operated by new contractors.
    Source: National Hydrocarbons Commission, for more information, please refer to “Report of drilling rigs and wells”.
  • Mexico imports 81% of natural gas consumption

    Mexico imports 81% of natural gas consumption

    Published on July 20th 2017
    • On April, 2017, last available data, Mexico imported 81% of the domestic consumption*.
    • Domestic consumption* amounted to 5,810 million standard cubic feet per day (mmscfd), and imports recorded 4,683 mmscfd.
    • At the beginning of 2015, imports accounted for 59% of natural gas consumption. In 2017 this percentage has soared above 80%.
    *Domestic consumption is considered as the supply of natural gas after the consumption of Pemex. Source: National Hydrocarbons Commission, for more information go to “Balance de Gas Natural”
  • Gulf of Mexico’s discoveries by private companies

    Gulf of Mexico’s discoveries by private companies

    Published on July 13th 2017
    • Talos Energy LLC discovered light oil by drilling the Zama-1 well. This is one of the biggest oil field discoveries since 2000.
    • According to the latest calculations by the Company, estimated resources could range between 1,400 to 2,000 million barrels of equivalent oil.
    • Eni announces an increase in the estimate of resources in place at Amoca to 1,000 million barrels of equivalent oil.
    Source: National Hydrocarbons Commission with information of WoodMackenzie, "Talos Energy LLC" and "ENI", or more information go to CNH´s "Press Bulletin 021"
  • Prequalified bidders for Round 2.2 and 2.3

    Prequalified bidders for Round 2.2 and 2.3

    Published on July 6th 2017
    • The second and third hydrocarbons bidding Rounds of Mexico´s Round 2, will take place on July 12, 2017.
    • There are 11 prequalified companies for Round 2.2 and 28 for Round 2.3.
    • 65%, 6 of the prequalified bidders for Round 2.2 are Mexican companies.
    • 75%, 21 of the prequalified bidders for Round 2.3 are Mexican companies.
    Source: National Hydrocarbons Commission. For more information go to: “Oil companies in Mexico".
    CNH invites you to keep up with the live streaming of the second and third hydrocarbons’ bidding Rounds of Mexico´s Round 2, it will take place on July 12 and you can watch it on the following link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCB5ZTtQx6tzV4zBdaNY-qhA
  • Round 2.1 results

    Round 2.1 results

    Published on June 22nd 2017
    • 10 auctioned areas were adjudicated to 12 companies in Round 2.1.
    • This is the first time that companies from Germany, Spain and Russia won an area in Mexico´s bidding rounds.
    • PEMEX won two areas, both of them as a consortia, one of them with DEA Deutsche Erdoel and the other with Ecopetrol.
    Source: National Hydrocarbons Commission. More details in “Round 2.1 results"
  • National Oil Production

    National Oil Production

    Published on June 14th 2017
    • Oil production in Mexico was 2,013 thousand barrels per day in April 2017.
    • The main oil producers fields in Mexico are Maloob, Zaap, Xanab, Ku and Xux. Those fields reached an aggregated production of 1,056 thousand barrels per day, in average during April.
    • The fields with the main oil production are located in shallow water of the Gulf of Mexico.
    Source: National Hydrocarbons Commission. More details in the “Oil and Gas Production Dashboard“.
    Kbd: Thousand barrels per day.
  • 2017 Hydrocarbons Reserves

    2017 Hydrocarbons Reserves

    Published on June 7th 2017
    • 3P reserves in México were 25,858 MMBOE as of January 1st, 2017
    • The discovery of five fields: Doctus, Nobilis, Pokche, Teca and Uchbal, added 684 MMBOE.
    Source: National Hydrocarbons Commission. More details in the “2017 Reserves by field“ report, xlsx and pdf and http://www.gob.mx/cnh/documentos/presentaciones-sobre-reservas.
    Note: Reserves as of January 1st, 2016 and 2017.
    Others: Includes Development, Delimitation and Revisions
    MMBOE: Million Barrels of Oil Equivalent.
  • Round 2.1 participants

    Round 2.1 participants

    Published on June 2nd 2017
    • 25 bidders prequalified for Round 2.1 bidding process, 20 individually and 5 in consortia.
    • Among prequalified bidders 26 companies are participating.
    • The prequalified companies are from 15 different countries, including 4 from Mexico.
    Source: Comisión Nacional de Hidrocarburos, for more information go to “Oil companies in Mexico” report and http://rondasmexico.gob.mx.
    ¹Companies that participate individually or as part of a consortia.
  • Hydrocarbon’s Exploration & Production payments to the State

    Hydrocarbon’s Exploration & Production payments to the State

    Published on May 25th 2017
    • Between January and February 2017, the Mexican Oil Fund received 4,080 million dollars (mmUSD) as a result of hydrocarbon E&P activities.
    • Payments reached 26,819 mmUSD in 2015, while in 2016 were 16,891 mmUSD.
    • The main portion is the “Derecho de Utilidad Compartida”, with 86.76% of total payments in 2017*.
    Source: Mexican Oil Fund (http://www.fmped.org.mx/estadisticas/). For more information go to “Hydrocarbon Payments".
    *Includes January and February 2017.
    **Otros: Other payments such as Derecho de Exploración, Cuota Contractual, Regalía Base and Regalía Adicional.
  • Round 1 Contracts Approved Investments

    Round 1 Contracts Approved Investments

    Published on May 17th, 2017
    • The Round 1 Contract Areas have an approved investment of 1.076 billion dollars for the period 2015-2020.
    • 71% of total investments are programmed to be spent during 2017.
    • 57% of Round 1 total approved investment corresponds to the Second bidding process Appraisal Plans execution.
    Source: National Hydrocarbons Commission, with Contractors information. More details in “Contracts Investment” report.
    Figures in millions of dollars
  • Drilling Rigs in Mexico

    Drilling Rigs in Mexico

    Published on May 10th, 2017
    • During March 2017, 25 drilling rigs operated in Mexico, 17 in exploratory activities and 8 in development.
    • 3 of the rigs worked within the contractual areas.
    • The number of active rigs has shown a decrease of 87%, between 2009 and 2017*.
    • Development drilling rigs have shown the main decrease, going from 150 on average during 2009 to 19 in 2016.
    Source: National Hydrocarbons Commission. More details in the "Drilling Rigs ".
    Data includes drilling rigs in entitlements and contractual areas.
    This report was modified due to updated data on June 2017.
    * Average from January to March.
  • National oil production increased in March 2017

    National oil production increased in March 2017

    Published on May 04, 2017
    • The national oil production grew 0.1% in March 2017 compared to the previous month.
    • The volume of oil produced reached 2,019 thousand barrels per day, breaking its downward trend for the first time since March 2016.
    • The fields with the main increases were Xanab, Maloob, Xux, Ayatsil and Zaap.
    • The rest of the fields decreased their production by 21.1 thousand barrels per day.
    Source: National Hydrocarbons Commission. More details in the "National oil and gas production" and "Oil production by field" reports.
  • Completion of the exploratory well Koban-1: commercial producer gas and condensate

    Completion of the exploratory well Koban-1: commercial producer gas and condensate

    Published on April 26, 2017
    • On March 31st, 2017 PEMEX completed the exploratory well Koban-1. Resulting on a commercial producer of gas and condensate.
    • The well is 12 meters under the sea level and has a vertical drilling depth of 6,425 meters.
    • The productive interval of 67 meters has a top of 6,164 vmbrt and a base of 6,231 vmbrt, with a pressure of 611 kg/cm2.
    Source: National Hydrocarbons Commission. More details in the report "Exploratory Activity".
    vmbrt: vertical meters below rotary table.
  • Proved Reserves 2017

    Proved reserves 2017

    Published on April 19, 2017
    • Proved reserves (1P) at January 1st , 2017 are 9,161 Mboe.
    • This figure represents a 10.6% decrease with respect to 2016 1P reserves (10,243 Mboe).
    • The 77% of the 1P reserves corresponds to oil reserves (7,037 Mb).
    • The “Marina Noreste” region contains the 53% of the total 1P reserves.
    Source: National Hydrocarbons Commission. More details in the report “2017 Reserves by field".
    Mboe: million barrels of oil equivalent / Mb: million barrels.
  • Completion of the exploratory well Teekit-1001: commercial producer of heavy oil.

    Completion of the exploratory well Teekit-1001: commercial producer of heavy oil.

    Published on April 12, 2017
    • On February 12th 2017 the exploratory well Teekit-1001 was completed, resulting on a commercial producer of 22.4 °API oil.
    • Production trials turned out in a peak of 3,083 vmbrt and a base of 3,116 vmbrt, with a pressure of 328.9 kg/cm2.
    • The well is 30 meters under the sea level and has a drilling depth of 3,613 meters.
    Source: National Hydrocarbons Commission. More details in the "Exploratory Activity".
    vmbrt: vertical meters below rotary table.
  • Natural Gas Imports

    Natural Gas Imports

    Published on April 04, 2017
    • At 2015, Natural Gas Imports represented 67% of the National Demand, without considering Oil & Gas Industry demand.
    • Natural Gas Imports reached 4,200 million of cubic feet per day in 2016.
    • Natural Gas Imports increased 188% since 2010.
    National Demand without Oil & Gas Industry 2016 data corresponds to SENER "2016-2030 Natural Gas Prospective estimation".
    Source: Energy Information Administration (EIA) and Sistema de Información Arancelaria Vía Internet (SIAVI). More info at “Natural Gas Market".

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