Pemex Launches Anegada-Labay Seismic Tender
Mexican state oil company Pemex's E&P unit Pemex Exploracion y Produccion (PEP) has launched an international seismic study tender for the Golfo de Mexico Sur project.
The winner will carry out the Anegada-Labay 3D surface seismic exploration study in a 15,082sq km area offshore Veracruz state.
The high-resolution seismic data will help PEP define underground structural and stratigraphic characteristics to confirm possible hydrocarbons-bearing traps.
Pemex has budgeted an initial US$43.8mn for the study, which is scheduled to begin in July and will take 483 days to complete, according to the bidding rules.
Bidding rules will be available through May 9 and offers due May 15.
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