Oil production in February Up 25 thousand barrels per day

abarrelfullabarrelfull wrote on 26 Mar 2012 07:15
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During the month of February, Pemex increased production by 25 thousand barrels of crude oil per day from the level obtained in January, from two million 518,000 to two million 543 thousand barrels per day.

Based on preliminary statistics, the total volume obtained, 54 percent was heavy crude oil, with one million 387 thousand barrels per day, 33 percent lighter, with 831 thousand barrels and the rest, 324 000 barrels to light crude oil.

It is noteworthy that one million 894 thousand barrels of crude oil per day, equivalent to 75 percent, came from the offshore regions of the Gulf of Mexico, 515 000 (20 percent) of the south, and the remaining five percent (133,000 barrels) was obtained from the northern region.

Thus, during the first two months of the year, oil production from marine and terrestrial areas stood at an average volume of two million 530 thousand barrels per day.

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