Mexico announces bid terms for first deep water oil joint venture
MEXICO CITY, July 27 (Reuters) - Mexico's oil regulator on Wednesday announced bid terms for a first-ever joint venture between state-owned oil company Pemex and would-be private partners to develop oil reserves in the Gulf of Mexico's deep waters.
The call for bids to partner with cash-strapped Pemex on the Trion light oil field follows the constitutional energy reform enacted in 2013 which promised to reverse a decade-long slump in crude production. (Reporting by David Alire Garcia, Ana Isabel Martinez and Adriana Barrera)
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