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Lukoil and ENI considering swapping licences in Mexico

 

 

By Reuters

MOSCOW
Petroleumworld 06 22 2018

Lukoil, Russia's second biggest oil producer, is considering swapping licences with Italy's Eni in Mexico, First Deputy Chief Executive Ravil Maganov said on Thursday.

In March, Eni and Lukoil won offshore exploration and production licences in the Cuenca Salina basin in Mexico.

Eni is set to hold 75 percent in the joint venture which will operate the licence while Lukoil will hold remaining 25 percent.

Lukoil also owns a 50 percent stake in the Amatitlan Block Project, where Petrolera de Amatitlán SAPI de CV acts as project operator.

In 2017, Lukoil also won a tender for Block 12, located in the shallow waters of the Gulf of Mexico.

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