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SUCCESS STORY IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF MARINE PLATFORMS FOR PEMEX. KU-MAALOB-ZAAP. Ing. Netzahualcóyotl Salvatierra López National President, CMIC. March 23th, 2007. CMIC. Mexican Chamber of Construction Industry (Cámara Mexicana de la Industria de la Construcción) Target

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Ku maalob zaap

SUCCESS STORY IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF

MARINE PLATFORMS FOR PEMEX

KU-MAALOB-ZAAP

Ing. Netzahualcóyotl Salvatierra López

National President, CMIC

March 23th, 2007


Ku maalob zaap
CMIC

  • Mexican Chamber of Construction Industry (Cámara Mexicana de la Industria de la Construcción)

  • Target

  • Representing the Mexican Construction Companies.

  • Interacting with the three levels of the Government


The cmic
THE CMIC

  • 54 years of experience

  • 42 Branches in the Country

  • 8,000 affiliated (80% medium and small companies)

  • It creates an average of one million jobs per year


Interaction with the sectors
INTERACTION WITH THE SECTORS

  • Vice- presidencies by Sector

  • Commissions and Group of Specialties

  • Energy Sector (Hydrocarbons and Electricity)

  • Commission PEMEX-CMIC


Pemex cmic
PEMEX-CMIC

  • Target of the PEMEX – CMIC Commission.

  • General Strategy

  • Implemented actions

  • Accomplishments


Pep investment scenario

OIL PRODUCTION PROFILE

MBPD0

YEARS

PEP INVESTMENT SCENARIO

Fuente: PEMEX


Pep investment scenario1

GAS PRODUCTION PROFILE

MBPD

YEARS

PEP INVESTMENT SCENARIO

Source: PEMEX


Offshore potential
OFFSHORE POTENTIAL

Source: PEMEX


Pb ku m location
PB-KU-M LOCATION

Source: PEMEX


Ku maloob zaap
KU-MALOOB-ZAAP

  • TARGETS

    • 106 Developed Wells

    • 1,035 Re-drilled wells

    • 184 km of pipelines

    • 21 Platforms

    • 1 FPSO

  • INVESTMENT

    • 2002-2004 703 MMUSD

    • 2005-20019 7,987 MMUSD

  • ECONOMIC INDICATOR

    • NPV/NPI = 2.8


Administrative program by sidoe
ADMINISTRATIVE PROGRAM BY SIDOE

  • Platform and Pipeline Construction in charge of the subdepartment Engineering and Development of Strategic Works of PEMEX (Subdirección de Ingeniería y Desarrollo de Obras Estratégicas de PEMEX)

    • 51 platforms.

    • 624.3 km of pipeline.

    • $49,698 millions pesos.


Administrative program by sidoe1
ADMINISTRATIVE PROGRAM BY SIDOE

  • Obtain accomplishments during the work contract process

    • To bidon an attractive product in order to count with a larger amount of participants

    • Bid Documents Simplification.

    • Time and Form Project Complience.

    • Minimize changes during the development of the projects.

    • Bids that comply with Pemex Exploration and Production (PEP) expectations.

    • Avoid non-conformities during the bidding process

    • Obtain a transparent Pemex Exploration and Production (PEP) bidding process


Offshore platforms

Contracted

In bidding Process

To be bid

Total

Región

Cant.

MM Pesos

Cant.

MM Pesos

Cant.

MM Pesos

Cant.

MM Pesos

CANTARELL

9

2,634

1

781

0

0

10

3,415

1

KU MALOOB ZAAP

17

15,575

1

550

0

0

18

16,125

2

LITORAL

16

3,647

0

0

2

240

18

3,887

3

RNORTE

3

601

0

0

1

150

4

751

4

5

RSUR

0

0

1

124

0

0

1

124

45

22,457

3

1,455

3

390

51

24,302

TOTAL

%

92%

6%

2%

100%

OFFSHORE PLATFORMS


Offshore platforms1
OFFSHORE PLATFORMS

  • End of year 2006, 45 platform

  • 35 to Mexican Companies, 79%

  • 10 to Foreign Companies, 21%

  • To take advantage of the fabrication capacity available in Mexico


Pipelines

Contracted

In bidding process

To bid

Total

Región

Cant.

km

MM Pesos

Cant.

km

MM Pesos

Cant.

km

MM Pesos

Cant.

km

MM Pesos

1

CANTARELL

19

104.7

3,169

2

20.2

1,505

6

17.1

1,063

27

142.0

5,737

159.3

2

KU MALOOB ZAAP

33

159.3

10,460

0

0

0

0

0

0

33

10,460

3

LITORAL

19

203.9

4,914

4

9.2

702

7

64.8

1,496

30

277.9

7,112

4

R NORTE

3

52.8

906

0

0

0

0

0

0

3

52.8

906

Total

74

520.7

19,449

6

29.4

2,207

13

81.9

2,559

93

632.0

24,215

%

80%

9%

11%

100%

PIPELINES


Pb ku m
PB-KU-M

  • Production Platform PB-KU-M

    • Piles

    • 8 legged Jacket

    • Two deck level

    • 79 MBPD

    • 69 MMSCED

    • Pumping

    • Turbo Generation

  • First Production Platform in Operation

  • FEED and Contracting – with Mexican Companies


Conclusions
CONCLUSIONS

  • Institution Coordination Results

  • Positive result from PEMEX confidence

  • Foreign Participation in Mexican Companies.

  • National Economic Earnings

  • Indirect and Direct Job creation

  • Service Companies reactivation

  • Acquisition of good of national fabrication.

  • Collection of taxes from nationals.



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