2018 Offshore Technology Yearbook

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KEY PLAYERS | 2018 OFFSHORE TECHNOLOGY YEARBOOK | December 2017 | 17 ing in 39 oil and gas projects. It was responsible for about 23.4% and 18.9% of India's domestic oil and natural gas production respectively in fiscal year 2017. ONGC's Perspective Plan 2030 outlines its growth plans, with the goal of 130 million tonnes of oil equivalent (MMtoe) annually by 2030 and accumulation of more than 1,300 MMtoe of proven reserves. The company intends to grow ONGC Videsh Ltd. to 60 MMtoe per year of inter- national production. Oil and Natural Gas Corp. acquired a 30% partic- ipating interest in the exploration license 0037 for blocks 2112A, 2012B and 2113B offshore Namibia. It also acquired the entire 80% participating inter- est and operatorship rights of Gujarat State Petro- leum Corp. Ltd. for the Deen Dayal West Field in Block KG-OSN-2001/3 offshore India at the end of 2016. Pemex • Ranked No. 152 on Fortune's Global 500 list • Largest company in Mexico Pemex is the largest company in Mexico with upstream through downstream operations. The average liquid hydrocarbons production in 2017, as of the end of August, is about 2.3 MMbbl/d, and average natural gas production is about 150 MMcm/d (5.3 Bcf/d), compared with approx- imately 2.5 MMbbl/d and 164 MMcm/d (5.8 Bcf/d), respectively, in 2016. Offshore production accounted for 81% of crude oil production and 58% of natural gas production as of the end of August 2017, according to Petroleum Statistics. Pemex saw a positive net result in the first half of 2017 of 121 billion pesos ($6.3 billion), and A virtual OCEAN of INFORMATION at your fingertips. Learn more at 4Financial documents 4Presentations 4Press releases 4Annual reports 4Map images 4Energy regulatory documents SEARCH AND DOWNLOAD MILLIONS OF DOCUMENTS, INCLUDING:

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