CNH cancels the Second and Third Tenders of Round Three, and postpones PEMEX’s Associations.

In order to review the energy policy and evaluate the results and progress of existing hydrocarbons exploration and extraction contracts, the National Hydrocarbons Commission (CNH) announced the cancellation of the Second and Third Tenders of Round Three, as part of an exclusion of the total Areas requested by the Ministry of Energy (SENER).

Likewise, at the request of SENER, the CNH modified the schedule of the Bidding process related to Pemex’s associations.

Source: CNH

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Investment vehicles, now in database format

Mexico Projects Hub implements a new application to search and check the Investment Vehicles listed in the Projects section. This new tool includes a search engine that facilitates the selection of information according to specific criteria, including: type of vehicle, name, ticker symbol, sectors in which the vehicle invests, maximum issuance amount, placed amount, and currency.

The information can be sorted for each parameter and downloaded for further analysis in PDF and CSV formats.

A fact sheet for each vehicle can be printed, and each vehicle contains a link to those invested projects that are included in Mexico Projects Hub.

New georeferenced resource for road projects

Starting December 2018, Mexico Projects Hub incorporates the joint efforts of the Mexican Transportation Institute (IMT), the National Road Network, and the Geospatial Information System (GIS) of the National Agrarian Registry, for georeferenced maps of highway projects, considering the start and end points indicated in their concession titles.

This tool is available for projects in operation published in Mexico Projects Hub that have the set of coordinates that describe their layout.

National Clean Energy Inventory (INEL) information is incorporated into the Mexico Projects Hub platform

As of November 26, a link with the National Clean Energy Inventory (INEL) is incorporated into the Mexico Projects Hub platform.

INEL is an interactive digital platform that identifies the proven and probable potential for renewable energy sources: wind, photovoltaic, hydro, geothermal, biofuel and ocean. In addition, this tool provides visibility of the geo-referenced location of clean energy power plants, climate risks, natural protected areas and archaeological sites, and documents the presence of indigenous communities to indicate where an Open and Informed Public Consultation should be practiced.

This tool is available, for projects with contracts assigned in the Long and Medium Term Power Auctions that have the corresponding permits published before the Energy Regulatory Commission (CRE), from the consultation of the project itself and allows to identify it within the INEL system.

Pemex discovers important deposits of light crude in shallow waters of the Southeast Basins

Petróleos Mexicanos CEO reported the discovery of seven deposits located through two wells in the Southeast Basins, called Manik-101A and Mulach-1, with which it is expected to increase Mexico’s 3P reserves in more than 180 million barrels of equivalent crude oil (MMbpe).

Source: PEMEX

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Banobras obtains the Third Place of the Innovation in Transparency 2018 Award

The Innovation in Transparency Award is granted by the ASF, INAP, INAI, SFP, OECD and UNDP and promotes transparency, accountability and open government. Banobras was awarded in the federal institutions category for the Mexico Projects Hub platform.

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Specialized documents of recent publication


The first is an analysis of the labelled green bond climate-aligned and universe, highlighting investment opportunities to finance climate-aligned assets within different climate themes. The second is an updated research on the required investments in Mexico to meet its clean energy objectives.

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Tamaulipas will have one of the largest wind farms in Latin America

With an investment of 600 million dollars through the Commercial and the National Development Banks, it will have more than 120 wind turbines that will add a generation potential of 420 megawatts.

Result of the second Long Term Electric Auction, the Mexican company Zuma Energía carries out the construction of the Reynosa Wind Farm, which will be the largest complex in our country and one of the largest in Latin America.

Source: Sener
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Contract for exploration and extraction of hydrocarbons in the Ebony area signed

The National Hydrocarbons Commission (CNH) signed with Pemex Exploración y Producción (PEP) and with the companies D & S Petroleum and DS Servicios Petroleros the contract for the exploration and extraction of hydrocarbons, under the modality of “Shared Production” in the Tampico Misantla Basin, located in the northeast of Mexico, in the states of Veracruz, Tamaulipas and San Luis Potosí with an approximate area of 1,569,123 km2.

Source: CNH

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Extension of three hydrocarbon tenders

At the request of the Secretarit of Energy, the National Hydrocarbons Commission, through the mechanisms provided in the Bidding Terms, extended the deadline for submitting and opening proposals for three bids in order to promote the participation of a greater number of bidders.

Source: CNH
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