Pemex's Pit 1 field in the eastern Campeche area is producing 2,200 barrels of heavy crude a day initially, while the Ichalkil-1 field is producing 1,800b/d of light crude, according to the report.
Pemex's Xanab-1 field, part of the company's light crude marine project, is producing 4,300b/d of light crude.
Meanwhile, Pemex's Niquel-1, Antiguo-8 and Caravana-1 fields in the Burgos basin are producing 3.8 million cubic feet a day (Mf3/d), 4.3 Mf3/d and 4.7Mf3/d respectively of unassociated natural gas, the report said.
Finally, Pemex's Huace-1 field in Veracruz state is producing 5.3Mf3/d of unassociated natural gas, the report said.
Pemex expects oil production from its Cantarell field, its largest oil field, will fall 6% to 1.91 million barrels a day in 2006 compared to 2005 and will keep falling to 1.68Mb/d in 2007 and 1.43M/d in 2008, depending on whether it receives the required investment amounts, the report said.
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