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Petrofac Completes Migration of Santuario Contract in Mexico

Source: www.gulfoilandgas.com 12/19/2017, Location: South America

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Petrofac announces that it has completed the migration of the Santuario Production Enhancement Contract (PEC)1 into an interest in a Production Sharing Contract (PSC).

Effective from 18 December 2017, Petrofac will own a 36% equity interest in the PSC, with PEMEX Exploration & Production Mexico (PEMEX) having a 64% interest. The PSC will run for 25 years, with two optional five-year extensions. Petrofac will be Operator of the block and will carry PEMEX’s share of cash calls for the first year.

Rob Jewkes, Chief Operating Officer, Integrated Energy Services, commented: “We are pleased to have successfully concluded the migration of the first of our Production Enhancement Contracts. We are committed to unlocking value in the block through a new field development plan in conjunction with our partner PEMEX.”

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