Pemex will "examine the technical information, reevaluate the reach of the work program and determine the strategy to follow for the tender," the company said in a statement.
PEP on March 5 awarded the Nejo block E&P works contract to a consortium made up of local firm Monclova Pirineos Gas and Spain's Cobra.
And on March 22, the E&P unit awarded the Monclova to a group of Mexican firms, Construcciones Mecanicas Monclova and Administradora de Proyectos de Campos, and Colombia's Production Testing Services.
The Nejo and Monclova 15-year contracts total US$1.35bn in works and services.
Since 2003, PEP has signed seven works and services contracts for the Burgos basin. As a result, the country currently produces more than 160Mf3/d (4.53Mm3/d) of natural gas from Burgos, equivalent to 12% of the basin's output, the statement said.
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