Eni wins three offshore Mexico shallow-water field PSCs

Offshore staff

MILAN, Italy Eni has won 100% share of a production-sharing contract to appraise, develop, and produce the oil fields of Amoca, Miztón, and Tecoalli in the Area 1 in the Campeche Bay, offshore Mexico.

Eni says it will now move to appraise the fields and to identify a “synergic and fasttrack development plan” for the shallow-water fields in 20-40 m (66-131 ft) depths.

Mexico’s Comisión Nacional de Hidrocarburos has estimated the combined oil volumes in place for the three fields are approximately 800 MMbbl of oil and 480 bcf of associated gas.

Area 1 will be operated by the new company Eni Mexico.


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