Mexico’s Burgos Basin: Located directly south of the Eagle Ford play, the Burgos Basin is the country‘s most important source of non-associated natural gas. This maps focuses on the E&P activity (conventional and unconventional), along with all of the relevant natural gas infrastructure in place.
Burgos Basin E&P Blocks and Natural Gas Infrastructure includes:
- The 21 E&P contracts awarded to date in the region, along with those not awarded, as well as location of the 30 blocks to be included in Rounds 3.2 and 3.3.
- The 1 migration plus the 8 remaining CIEPs and COPFs that have not been converted to date.
- The 262 production fields in this basin and 7,745 wells.
- The five fields targeted for potential CENAGAS-designated natural gas storage.
- The 58 SNG segments, 3 peripheral pipelines and 7 private pipelines in the region.
- Detailed infrastructure including 200 collection stations, 4,306 discharge lines, 362 non-processed natural gas lines, 25 gas compression stations, 35 gas extraction and 12 injection points, metering stations, gas processing complex, dehydration plant, CML and LPG pipelines.