Pemex Launches Two Tenders for Agua Fria Pipelines
Mexican state oil company Pemex's E&P unit Pemex Exploracion y Produccion (PEP) has launched two pipeline tenders for the Agua Fria field and other assets in the Poza Rica-Altamira basin.
Works entail repairs and pipeline construction.
The works of the first tender will require 823 days to complete from the estimated September 17 start date. The budget for works is 5mn pesos (US$463,000) through end-2007.
PEP has scheduled a site visit for June 14 with a meeting for clarifications planned for June 19. Companies can purchase bidding rules through July 19 and bids will be presented and opened on July 25.
The second tender will require 830 days for completion from the estimated September 10 start of works. The budget is 2mn pesos through the end of 2007.
PEP has scheduled a site visit for June 13 with a meeting for clarifications planned for June 18. Companies can purchase bidding rules through July 13, and bids will be presented and opened on July 19.
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