According to one of the partners, Harbour Energy, this follows the conclusion of the Initial Tract Participation process.
In addition, the block 7 co-venturers have sent a summary draft field development plan for the Zama field to the regulator, CNH, fulfilling their obligation under the PSC.
Elsewhere in the Mexico sector, the company and its partners in block 30, south of Zama in the Sureste basin, expect to drill the first commitment well on the license in H2 2022, targeting the Wahoo prospect.
Harbour is currently reviewing the Sea Lion project in the offshore North Falkland basin ahead of a decision concerning re-starting project activity.
Finally, the first of two appraisal wells on the Harbour-operated Tuna field off Indonesia is due to spud next month. A jackup drilling campaign is also set to start at the Anoa field in July to boost gas delivery from the field.
And preparations are under way for the Timpan-1 exploration well on the company’s Andaman Sea acreage in H1 2022.