|2020-09-04 来源： 中国石化新闻网|
中国石化新闻网讯 据9月1日Oil Monster消息：墨西哥7月原油日产量触及历史低点160.5万桶，国营的墨西哥石油公司和新兴的私人生产商的产量均略有下降，使该国石油产量有望达到自20世纪70年代以来的最低水平。
冯娟 摘译自 Oil Monster
Mexican crude oil output slips to record low in July
Mexico’s oil output hit a record low in July at 1.605 million barrels per day (bpd), down slightly for both state-run Pemex and upstart private producers and putting the country’s oil patch on track for its lowest production since the 1970s.
Pemex, formally known as Petroleos Mexicanos, produced just 1.548 million bpd in July while private oil companies pumped about 57,000 bpd during the month, both figures down slightly from June, data from oil regulator CNH showed on Tuesday.
Pemex’s July output marks the lowest amount of crude extracted since November 1979, when the then-monopoly producer pumped 1.615 million bpd, according to energy ministry data.
Its production has steadily declined each year since reaching a peak of 3.4 million bpd in 2004, and was most recently hit by an oil price rout earlier this year, budget cuts, as well as a two-month negotiated output cut with other major oil producing countries.
The ailing Mexican oil giant saw its monopoly end with a landmark 2013-2014 energy reform that for the first time allowed private producers to operate oil fields on their own.
Since the beginning of this year, Mexico’s crude oil production has dipped nearly 7%, according to the CNH data.
In July, Pemex produced about 96% of national output, according to the CNH, while the private operators, such as Italy’s Eni and Canada’s Renaissance Oil Corp, contribute around 4%.