Pemex CEO, Carlos Trevino, confirmed the invention of seven reservoirs in two new wells in Mexico’s Southeast Basin, named Manik-101A and Mulach-1, which is able to enable the corporate to include greater than 180 million barrels of oil equal (MMBOE) of 3P reserves.
Accompanied by Mexico’s Energy Secretary and chairman of Pemex’s Board of Directors, Pedro Joaquín Coldwell, Carlos Treviño outlined the progress the corporate has finished within the two fields as effectively the event of two different fields that may begin manufacturing within the close to future.
These new shallow water discoveries will turn out to be a part of Pemex’s portfolio of fields underneath growth which have been found lately. The mixed peak manufacturing of the six fields Pemex is presently evaluating and growing might be as much as 210,000 b/d. and 350 MMcf/d of pure gasoline.
Earlier in April 2018, Pemex drilled Manik-101A in a water depth of 90 meters, reaching a complete depth of four,765 meters. It is situated northeast of the Manik subject and is between the Ixtal and Ixtoc fields, 85 kilometers from the coast and 102 kilometers from Ciudad del Carmen.
Manik-101 found two oil reservoirs, one within the Upper Jurassic Kimmeridgian and one other on the Upper Cretaceous horizon. Pemex estimates Manik holds 80 MMBOE of 3P reserves.
Also Pemex efficiently drilled Mulach-1 situated eight kilometers from the Yaxche Field and 17 kilometers from Paraiso, Tabasco. This effectively has a water depth of 21 meters, reaching a complete depth of three,976 meters.
The effectively found 5 oil reservoirs of sunshine oil in sandstone, courting to the Upper Miocene. Pemex estimates Mulach holds 3P reserve superior to 100 MMBOE.
Trevino additionally knowledgeable that Pemex is assessing its Kinbe and Koban fields, every found in 2011 and 2016 respectively. Both are anticipated to carry vital portions of hydrocarbons
The Sureste Basin has been the primary hydrocarbon province of Mexico for the reason that mid-1970´s. It consists of two important areas: The mild oil-bearing onshore Mesozoic province, also referred to as Chiapas-Tabasco, and the prolific offshore oil province of the Sonda de Campeche with heavy and lightweight crudes.
(Source: Pemex – Pemex offshore amenities in Sureste Basin)
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