Pemex expects its oil production to fall this year to a lesser extent than expected in February, when he predicted that 2016 would end with an extraction of crude averaged 2.13 million barrels daily average.
“Let’s ride 2.18 (million). The (prognosis) officer is 2.13, but we are working to give more than that, because the strong commitment is for the coming year, “he said in an interview Gustavo Hernandez, director of Resources, Reserves and Associations of Pemex Exploration and Production.
This will not prevent Pemex will end its thirteenth consecutive year with a fall in production, which is going down in Mexico since 2004. In addition, its performance in the last three years placed the country as the oil power with a greater fall between the 15 largest oil producers in the world, according to estimates Expansion with information from international agencies.
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