Schlumberger ran its first electric log in the Poza Rica well no. 25, marking the beginning of its operations in Mexico, in 1936. Today, Schlumberger manages its local operations from 10 locations - from operational bases to head offices. Schlumberger Mexico operates under the name Dowell Schlumberger de Mexico, based in Mexico City, Mexico. It offers oilfield services and products pertinent to operators in the region. The company provides services to 10 onshore rigs and has begun a US$240mn deepwater integrated services contract. Schlumberger Mexico also provides services and products in the area of unconventionals. In 2012, a consortium formed by Dowell Schlumberger and Petrofac México was awarded the Pánuco license in Mexico.