The oil company maintains its entire interest in the block after fellow Australian firm Petro Australis failed to achieve pre-qualification to acquire a 40% interest.
Other successful bidders on Friday included BP, CNODC, Statoil, Total, Repsol Sinopec, ExxonMobil, Galp and Qatar Petroleum International (QPI).
The South American country will raise output to 5Mb/d by 2027, up from around 2.6Mb/d today, according to Décio Oddone, the director general of national oil and gas regulator ANP.
The Mexican subsidiary of Sempra Energy attributed the increase to its purchase of the remaining 50% of Gasoductos de Chihuahua, the Ventika wind farm, and 2017 pipeline completions.
The country's NOC reports a new incident on the oil pipeline and the Chiquintirca rural community refuses a donation from Transportadora de Gas del Perú.
The US railroad operator is looking to take advantage of the opening up of Mexico's fuel import and retail segments.