The project consists of continuing with the exploitation of hydrocarbons in the Cuitláhuac contractual area, in the producing deposits (Ov 29, 30-60 and 65) and the development of the deep deposit (Ov 80-90).
The Cuitláhuac contract area has an extension of 195.04 km2, it is currently managed by Pemex Exploration and Production (PEP) in the Reynosa Production Asset and is located in the northwestern portion of the Burgos Basin, 44.5 km away to the southwest of the city of Reynosa, Tamaulipas. Includes wells from the Cuitláhuac and Torrecillas fields (with reserves), as well as the René, Orégano and Gomeño fields, which do not have reserves and therefore do not contemplate activity, the producing formations are Jackson and Vicksburg of the Upper Eocene and Lower Oligocene ages respectively, which produce gas with the same characteristics.
The Optimized Development Plan (3P Reserve) considers the current premises where a Comprehensive Exploration and Extraction Services Contract (CSIEE), can be contracted for a maximum of 15 years, the limit for this Business Case is determined at December 2035 in which is estimated to recover an accumulated wet gas production of 218.22 MMMcf equivalent to a sales gas production of 173.82 MMMpc with a line condensate of 3.87 MMb through 33 drilling and completions, 169 RMA, 984 RME, the construction of 33 discharge lines, 3 collection heads that will integrate the proposed Cuitláhuac 13 module to collect the production of 11 locations. It is included also 2 gas pipelines of 6” x 2.2 km with origin in Cuitláhuac 13 and destination in Cuitláhuac 7, for high and low pressure; the acquisition of an ultrasonic transfer measurement equipment to measure the production of Assignment A-0112-M - Cuitláhuac Field that is delivered to the ERG Torrecillas 1, 9 orifice plates for the measurement of wells that are directly connected to the ERG Torrecillas 1, 14 transfer pumps for handling liquids, the expansion of 28 existing pears and the construction of 5 new pears, as well as the abandonment of 242 wells.