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Mexico Oil & Gas auctions for 2018: Offshore and Onshore

The Oil & Gas auctions for 2018 will include deep-water, shallow-water, and onshore blocks (shale plays). 

Due within the first year after the Effective Date: Environmental Baseline Assessment (LBA), Environmental Impact Assessment (MIA), Social Impact Assessment (EVIS), HSE Management System (SASISOPA), Water Resource Permits, Waste Management Permits, HSE Notifications, ... Exploration Drilling Authorization

HSES Timeline

HSES Timeline

HSE International has performed dozens of offshore and onshore assignments in Mexico providing HSES support services to the O&G industry. Some examples include:

  • Risk assessment and regulatory advice
  • Permitting planning and compliance
  • HSE Management System
  • Sustainability-seeking E&S MS with IFC PS and WBG EHS Guidelines
  • Locality strategy for entry in new area / new projects 
  • HSES Due diligence
  • Social and environmental baseline and impact assessment
  • In-country support to offshore and on-shore oil and gas activities
  • Training and capacity building

HSE International's consultants deliver strategy, clear advice and support with implementation in a way that is culturally and locally savvy.

For more information contact us at: solutions@hseinternational.com, (+1) 281.971.5909 www.hseinternational.com

Mexico: four more Oil & Gas auctions for 2018

HSE International, LLC

HSE International, LLC

Mexico could launch up to four more oil and gas auctions before the end of 2018. The tender could include shallow-water fields as well as gas-rich shale areas. The government had previously mentioned three more tenders were planned, but a fourth could be a mix of fields including some deep-water areas.

Round 2.3 - Depp Water

This bid round includes 30 deep-water blocks for exploration in the Perdido Area, Salinas Basin, Mexican Mountain Chains (Cordilleras Mexicanas) and the Yucatan Platform, collectively an area three times the area for deep-water Round 1.4. Most of the blocks have an area of 2,000 square kilometers. The blocks in this Round will be awarded based on a license contract and include wet gas and dry gas, which will help reduce imports. The presentation and opening of proposals is scheduled for January 31, 2018.

Round 3.1 - Shallow Water

35 shallow water contractual areas under Production Shared Contracts integrate round 3.1. These contractual areas are divided into three sectors: Burgos, Tampico-Misantla-Veracruz and Cuencas del Suereste basins. These blocks have a range of prospective resources ranging from light to heavy crudes, as well wet and dry gas blocks. The auction is scheduled for March 27, 2018.

HSE International has performed dozens of offshore and onshore assignments in Mexico providing H&S, Environmental and Social (HSES) support services to the Oil and Gas industry. Some examples include:

  • Risk assessment and regulatory advice
  • Permitting planning and compliance (ASEA, SENER, CNH, other agencies)
  • Social and environmental baseline and impact assessment
  • Strategic social and environmental performance project
  • Sustainability-seeking management systems with IFC PS and WBG EHS Guidelines
  • Locality strategy design and implementation for sustainable development
  • Due diligence
  • In-country support to offshore and on-shore oil and gas activities
  • Training

HSE International supports clients with a contextualized, integrated and cost-effective approach, delivering innovative solutions and helping clients manage their risks in a way that is culturally and locally savvy.  Learn more about the services we offer and our extensive international experience spanning 35 countries, including Mexico.

solutions@hseinternational.com (+1) 281.971.5909 www.hseinternational.com

Mexico Oil & Gas “Apertura" - Round 1 Update: Deep Water Exploration

Thus far, 26 Oil & Gas Companies have initiated the prequalification process for Mexico's deep water exploration round according to official information.   

Mexico's deep water round contractual and regulatory requirements are complex and untested. It is important to clearly understand these requirements, the interrelations, and develop a detailed regulatory road map to ensure a smooth and timely execution synchronized with the technical exploration requirements and milestones. 

Operationalizing Sustainable Development

Integrating good international industry practices to protect the environment and provide a safe workplace, with capacity building to help create healthier, stronger, and more prosperous communities. 

HSE International LLC at SPE Symposium on Health, Safety, Environment, and Sustainability, 30 – 31 March, Mexico City, Mexico.

HSE International LLC’s Managing Director Fernando Rodriguez, a member of the Conference Committee, will moderate along with Mary Beth Snodgrass (Local Contenect LLC), the following Panel: Operationalizing Sustainable Development.

Speakers at this panel will include: Juan Carlos Belausteguigoitia with the Mexico Institute of Technology, Nayelli Garcia with Schlumberger, Mark Thorpe with Torex Gold, and Karla Torrez with Shell.

Often times O&G industry discussions on sustainable development topics are focused on strategy, policy, guidelines and other key high-level statements, while often the biggest challenge for operators and service companies is implementing good international industry practices (GIIP) to achieve sustainable development. This panel will focus on operationalizing solutions to social, economic, environmental and security risks and impacts.

Panelists will share stories of their successes as well as on-going challenges and how they are being addressed. With local and international experience structuring and implementing sustainable development practices, the panelists will discuss operationalizing sustainable development in Mexico at a pivotal time: at the beginning of the country's “Apertura” and during a low oil price environment. 

 

 

 

The SPE Mexico Health, Safety, Environment, and Sustainability Symposium: Collaboration for Future Growth, will get together operators, regulators, and new entrants to Mexico as they collaborate on how to identify and establish the best practices and protocols each has to offer to achieve sustainable, secure, and safe operations in an expanding market.

Interested in meeting with Fernando to discuss a particular topic during the symposium? Please send him a note ahead of the event to: fernando.rodriguez@hseinternational.com

For more information visit http://www.spe.org/events/lahs/2016/pages/schedule/tech_program/thursday_techprogram.php