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Mexico’s Round 1 to Rebound with Deepwater Bidding

Published: Sep 2015 | No Of Pages: 8 | Published By: GlobalData

Mexico’s Round 1 to Rebound with Deepwater Bidding


Following this disappointing result of the first phase of round 1, the Mexican government is re-evaluating the terms to be offered for deepwater areas. CNH, the regulator, has already indicated that a number of conditions established in the shallow-water phase will be relaxed. However, the fiscal terms, set by the Ministry of Finance will be the key element in determining the regime’s attractiveness. With deepwater prospects considered the jewel in the crown of Mexico’s hydrocarbon reform, the government needs to attract significant bidding in order to salvage a round hampered by delays and low oil prices.


- Details of the blocks set to be offered in the deepwater phase of round 1
- Analysis of the contractual frameworks that may be offered for deepwater assets
- Assessment of the competitiveness of potential fiscal terms against regional peers
- Information on further changes to terms for deepwater bidding
- Insight into the institutional factors influencing contract terms

Reasons to buy

- Understand the current status of Mexico’s deepwater licensing
- Gain insight into the types of contractual terms that may be set
- Compare the attractiveness of numerous scenarios against regional benchmarks
- Utilize detailed analysis to inform decision-making

1 Table of Contents
Mexico’s Round 1 to Rebound with Deepwater Bidding
Creating a Competitive Fiscal Framework
Sweetening the Opportunity
The Institutional Spectrum
Farm-Outs the Key Short-Term Goal
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1.1 List of Tables
Table 1: Mexico Round 1, Deepwater Exploration Blocks

1.2 List of Figures
Figure 1: Mexico, Deepwater Royalty/Tax License Scenario Bid Assessment
Figure 2: Mexico, Deepwater PSA Scenario Bid Assessment

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