Mexico’s bidding Round Remains Competitive despite Delays and Uncertainties

Mexico Upstream Fiscal and Regulatory Report

The first bid round, which began on 11th Dec 2014 by offering 14 shallow-water exploration blocks, is scheduled to offer additional areas, including unconventional and deepwater opportunities, in 2015. However, no indication has been given on the expected levels of biddable profit oil in the shallow-water production sharing contract. With the drop in international crude oil prices, the government has been forced to deviate from its original schedule, which may lead to further delays. Despite these uncertainties, the competitiveness of bidding on the shallow-water exploration blocks remains unaffected, as the adjustment of royalties to prevailing prices and profit shares to profitability mean that it should remain possible for investors to achieve attractive rates of return.

Mexico Upstream Fiscal and Regulatory Report provides details of the new contractual frameworks introduced under Mexico’s energy reforms, defining factors affecting profitability and quantifying the state’s take from hydrocarbon production.

The report allows you to:

  • Evaluate political, economic and industry-specific variables and analyse future trends
  • Understand the complex regulations and contractual requirements applicable to Mexico
  • Identify potential regulatory issues facing investors in the country’s upstream sector

Gauge the political, economic and industry-specific variables and analyse future trends for the country’s upstream oil and gas investment climate.

Report Available with http://www.aarkstore.com | Publisher : GlobalData

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