The Mexican Oil & Gas sector is now open to International companies following the Energy reform of 2013, previously it was a state monopoly by PEMEX. There are great opportunities for the international supply chain to support their existing clients and win new work with up and coming Mexican supply chain.
Whittaker have been in Mexico since 2009, working from our 12-acre, base in Ciudad Del Carmen, Campeche. C.D del Carmen is the hub for offshore operations in Mexico. We are offering Engineering, Fabrication, and construction services to the region. Whittaker are still fully committed to Mexico despite the challenging times with COVID-19 pandemic and a low oil price. Countries such as Mexico with lower operating & production costs may recover and survive these challenges a little better than the higher cost basins.
Whittaker Mexicana also has an exciting new exclusive partnership with Swire Oilfield Services (SOS) to provide a wide range of DNV2.7-1 & standard shipping containers & mud skips in Mexico.
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