Citla Energy wins fourth E&P contract in Mexican shallow-water Gulf

Citla Energy says that it has won its fourth production-sharing contract as part of Round 3.1 of the Mexican Energy Reform.

Offshore staff

MEXICO CITY – Citla Energy says that it has won its fourth production-sharing contract as part of Round 3.1 of the Mexican Energy Reform.

The newly won contract is associated with block 15, a geographic area located in the Tampico Misantla basin of the Gulf of Mexico, covering about 962 sq km.

With the addition of block 15, Citla says that its portfolio has abundant prospective resources throughout an area of 2,581 sq km and geologic diversification across what it describes as the two most important and prolific basins in the country – the South East and Tampico-Misantla basins. Citla obtained this award in a 50/50 consortium with Cairn Energy PLC as operator.

04/10/2018

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