Pemex contract covers eight offshore fields

Pemex Procurement International has let a 3-year blanket engineering contract to Wood Group for work related to the potential development of five deepwater oil fields and three extra-heavy oil fields in the Gulf of Mexico.

The contract, worth up to $28 million, covers deepwater and complex shallow-water concept and basic engineering as well as owner engineer services.

Wood Group Kenny and Wood Group Mustang will perform field development planning and engineering of topsides facilities; subsea umbilicals, risers, and flowlines; and floating systems.

Deepwater fields covered by the contract are Exploratus, Kunah, Lakach, Piklis, and Trion.

Extra-heavy oil fields are Ayatsil, Tekel, and Utsil.

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