MatthewsDaniel Buoys Mexico’s Developing Offshore Market
2019 has sparked a new era in Mexico’s Offshore Energy construction industry, as Energy Reform legislation has opened up leases to foreign operators. The first of these projects, ENI Mizton, began construction earlier this year, and MatthewsDaniel was delighted to be at the forefront of this exciting development, acting in the capacity of Marine Warranty Surveyor. MatthewsDaniel will also provide marine warranty surveys for ENI’s Amoca project, and has been awarded the same task for Hokchi Energy’s field development project, both of which will be installed in the Bay of Campeche later this year.
As the floodgates have opened and more operators are realizing the development potential in Mexican waters, MatthewsDaniel is proud to partner with new clients, offering our vast regional knowledge and resources to support the safe installation of their assets. From our bases in Mexico City and Tampico, we have supported full field development installations in the Bay of Campeche for PEMEX for years, assisting with the loading, securing and installation of jackets, decks, piles and pipelines. We are looking forward to further expanding our presence in the region as this exciting new era in Offshore Energy progresses. We will continue to bring our wealth of deepwater Gulf of Mexico expertise to new operators developing in Mexican waters for the first time.