PEP, the E&P arm of Mexican state oil company Pemex, has put out a call for bids for the construction, expansion and reconditioning of onshore platforms for drilling and infrastructure projects in the country's southern region.
A site visit is scheduled for January 3 and bids are due February 6. The winner will be announced February 18.
The contract lasts 620 days. The tender number is 18575106-573-12.
PEP has launched a tender for compression services on 200Mf3/d of sour gas at a jack-up rig to be connected to the Cantarell basin.
A site visit is planned for January 11 and bids are due February 18. The winner will be announced March 6.
The contract lasts approximately 10 years. The tender number is 18575021-526-12.
PEP also put out a call for engineering, construction and connection of an underwater electrical cable from the PG-Zaap-C electrical station to the Ayatsil and Tekel fields as well as the PB-Ku-H and PP-Zaap-E platforms in the northeastern offshore region.
Pre-qualifying documents must be delivered by January 22 and bids are due March 5. The winner will be announced March 19.
The contract lasts 625 days. The tender number is 18575106-571-12.
PEP launched a tender for construction of a 20-inch, 46km oil pipeline from the PB-Akal-J3 platform to a sunken valve in the Gulf of Mexico's Sonda de Campeche.
Pre-qualifying documents are due January 21 and bids are due March 4. The winner will be announced March 15.
The contract lasts 310 days and the tender number is 18575106-574-12.
And lastly, PEP put out a call for construction of a 36-inch, 27km oil pipeline from La Trinidad to the Cactus gas-processing complex near Villahermosa, Tabasco state.
The contract will last for 540 days and bids are due February 13. The winner will be announced February 26.
The tender number is 18575106-575-12.
All information regarding PEP tenders can be found at this link