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STATISTICAL YEARBOOK

OUR VISION IS FOCUSED ON MAKING PEMEX A PROFITABLE, MODERN, TRANSPARENT AND


SUSTAINABLE FIRM, TO PROMOTE THE DEVELOPMENT OF OUR COUNTRY AND RAISE THE LIFE
QUALITY OF ALL MEXICANS.

PEMEX WILL REMAIN ONE OF THE MAIN PILLARS OF MEXICO.

CONTENT

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01

3 PETRLEOS MEXICANOS
4 Summary of Consolidated operating statistics
6 Income statements
7 Balance sheet as of December 31
8 Investment
9 Statistics on safety and environmental protection
11 Employees

02

12 EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION


14 Hydrocarbon reserves and production
15 Crude Oil and gas reserves, 2010
16 Drilling and production
17 Drilling
18 Crude oil production by region and integral asset
19 Crude oil production by type and region
20 Crude oil production in selected fields
21 Natural gas production by region and integral asset
22 Natural gas production in selected fields
23 Crude Oil and natural gas production by states
25 Crude Oil distribution
26 Natural gas distribution

03

28 GAS
30 Processing capacity
30 Natural gas processing and production
32 Dry gas balance
32 Gas processing by center
33 Domestic sales of dry gas, LPG and petrochemicals

04

34 REFINING
37 Refining capacity
37 Refining production
38 Production by refinery
39 Value of domestic sales
40 Volume of domestic sales
41 Domestic sales of refined products by region, 2009
41 Average end-user prices of selected refined products
42 Service stations by state

05

44 PETROCHEMICALS
47 Installed capacity by complex
48 Petrochemical production
49 Production by petrochemical complex
50 Value of petrochemical domestic sales
51 Volume of petrochemical domestic sales
52 Average end-user prices of selected petrochemicals

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54 INTERNATIONAL TRADE
56 Hydrocarbon exports and imports
57 Value of crude oil exports by destination
58 Volume of crude oil exports by destination
59 Crude oil exports to selected countries
59 Temporary crude oil exports under abroad processing agreements
60 Crude oil prices
60 Crude oil prices by destination
61 Refined products and dry gas exports and imports
62 Petrochemicals exports and imports

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64 INTERNATIONAL COMPARISONS
66 2009 proved oil reserves, selected countries
66 2009 proved natural gas reserves, selected countries
67 2009 oil production, selected countries
67 2009 natural gas production, selected countries
68 2008 atmospheric distillation capacity, top petroleum companies
68 2008 top petroleum companies by crude oil production
69 2008 top petroleum companies by natural gas production
69 2008 top petroleum companies by sales

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70 GLOSSARY
76 NOMENCLATURE

PETRLEOS MEXICANOS

01

Infrastructure of the
Mexican Petroleum Industry
Producing fields
Producing wells (annual average)
Offshore platforms
Natural gas processing centers
Gas sweetening plants
Cryogenic plants
Liquids fractionating plants
Condensate sweetening plants
Sulfur recovery plants
Refineries
Petrochemical centers
Petrochemical plants
LPG distribution terminals
Storage and distribution terminals
of refined products
Oil Tankers*
Tank Trucks*
Tank Cars*
* Exclude third parties

394
6 890
231
11
20
21
9
6
14
6
8
39
18
77
10
1 347
525

Petrleos
Mexicanos

Summary of consolidated operating statistics

NATURAL
GAS PRODUCTION

Change
2009/2008

million cubic
feet per day

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

(%)

3 343

3 450

3 560

3 585

3 789

3 825

3 760

3 683

3 471

3 157

2 971

-5.9

2 906

3 012

3 127

3 177

3 371

3 383

3 333

3 256

3 076

2 792

2 601

-6.8

Production (Mbd)
Liquid hydrocarbons

8000
7000

Crude oil

6000

Condensates and
Liquids a

437

438

433

408

418

442

426

427

395

366

370

1.2

4000

Natural gas (MMcfd)

4 791

4 679

4 511

4 423

4 498

4 573

4 818

5 356

6 058

6 919

7 031

1.6

3000

Crude oil processing

1 228

1 227

1 252

1 245

1 286

1 303

1 284

1 284

1 270

1 261

1 295

2.7

2000

Refined products b

1 485

1 450

1 473

1 481

1 556

1 587

1 554

1 546

1 512

1 491

1 525

2.3

1000

Petrochemicals c (Mt)

12 823

11 501

10 377

9 880

10 298

10 731

10 603

10 961

11 757

11 973

11 956

-0.1

5000

Domestic sales
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009

Volume (Mbd)
Refined products d

DOMESTIC SALES
OF MOTOR GASOLINES

1 726

1 712

1 658

1 684

1 718

1 771

1 762

1 815

1 826

1 771

-3.0

312

330

325

332

327

328

313

305

300

291

281

-3.5

Motor gasolines

511

531

550

565

600

636

671

718

760

792

792

0.0

55

56

55

53

54

58

59

61

68

65

55

-15.4

Diesel

275

285

276

271

295

303

320

345

358

382

359

-6.0

Fuel oil

471

492

475

406

355

332

341

264

257

220

209

-4.8

Others

30

32

30

31

53

61

66

68

71

76

75

-1.5

Dry gas (MMcfd)

1 899

2 061

1 993

2 425

2 621

2 756

2 632

2 955

3 064

3 086

3 119

1.1

Petrochemicals c (Mt)

4 317

3 505

3 495

3 295

3 181

3 568

3 795

3 869

4 041

4 191

4 064

-3.0

Jet fuel

thousand barrels per day


8000
7000
6000
5000

Value (millon pesos)

4000

Refined products d

3000
2000
1000

112 246 184 680 171 139 161 213 222 821 296 219 373 383 433 565 473 571 542 687 512 720
17 598

28 469

29 327

26 137

36 856

Motor gasolines

45 722

74 887

71 609

69 756

99 228 144 982 184 651 221 697 247 338 265 981 258 488

3 800

6 682

5 682

5 194

7 229

10 951

16 241

18 897

23 369

Diesel

22 669

37 917

33 793

30 245

44 707

61 473

78 736

88 374

96 920 111 425 121 521

Fuel oil

20 250

33 522

27 653

26 709

30 896

31 529

39 521

43 299

42 396

61 670

51 908

-15.8

9 091

-17.1

Others

42 663

48 531

52 706

54 456

55 972
31 936

49 461

-5.5

LPG
Jet fuel
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009

1 654

LPG

18 321

-11.6
-2.8
-42.6
9.1

2 207

3 203

3 075

3 172

3 905

4 621

5 703

8 591

15 703

13 022

Dry gas

15 557

27 595

28 914

30 313

51 189

69 195

79 038

75 355

78 644 105 436

58 102

-44.9

Petrochemicals c

10 120

11 465

9 601

8 452

12 425

19 221

23 386

24 659

25 970

24 054

-28.0

33 427

a. Includes stabilized condensates.


b. Includes LPG from natural gas processing plants of Pemex-Gas and Basic Petrochemicals and Pemex-Exploration
and Production.
c. Includes petrochemicals manufactured by Pemex-Petrochemicals, Pemex-Refining and ethane and sulfur
produced by Pemex-Gas and Basic Petrochemicals.
d. Excludes propane and pentane.

PEMEX

09

Summary of consolidated operating statistics


(continued)

Change
2009/2008

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

(%)

net exports

1 378

1 352

1 524

1 617

1 821

1 789

1 670

1 612

1 371

1 043

950

-8.9

Crude oil exports

1 554

1 604

1 756

1 705

1 844

1 870

1 817

1 793

1 686

1 403

1 225

-12.7

Exports e

150

111

104

156

177

153

187

188

180

192

244

27.1

Imports

325

363

335

244

200

234

334

369

495

553

519

-6.0

Foreign trade
Volume (Mbd)
Liquid hydrocarbons

Refined products

Dry gas (MMcfd) f


Exports

138

24

25

24

33

139

107

67

-38.0

Imports

149

231

292

592

757

766

480

451

386

447

422

-5.6

Exports

809

1 116

780

832

813

914

867

818

693

587

741

26.4

Imports

106

317

128

197

95

105

239

254

270

250

384

53.9

8 830

14 553

11 928

13 392

16 676

21 258

28 329

34 707

37 937

43 342

25 693

-40.7

833

1 119

856

1 182

1 614

1 947

2 991

3 595

4 052

5 537

4 671

-15.6

2 512

4 233

3 656

2 495

2 423

3 792

7 859

10 029

15 797

21 893

13 310

-39.2

Petrochemicals (Mt)

Value (millon dollars)


Crude oil exports
Refined products
Exports e
Imports
Dry gas f
Exports

114

49

48

79

72

351

316

103

-67.3

Imports

132

366

424

775

1 526

1 715

1 398

1 135

996

1 424

633

-55.6

Exports

108

246

113

113

148

217

303

299

242

349

147

-57.7

Imports

26

72

29

46

44

58

107

128

145

158

163

3.6

Petrochemicals

Prices (dollars per barrel) g


Exports
Crude oil

15.57

24.79

18.61

21.52

24.78

31.05

42.71

53.04

61.64

84.38

57.44

-31.9

Istmo

17.45

27.87

22.27

23.48

28.08

38.04

53.11

57.29

69.92

81.09

63.38

-21.8

Maya

14.13

22.99

17.19

20.89

24.13

29.82

40.61

51.10

60.38

82.92

56.27

-32.1

Olmeca

17.85

29.00

23.96

24.87

29.32

39.34

53.91

64.67

70.89

99.37

65.79

-33.8

15.73

26.77

28.48

24.34

32.70

39.39

37.52

48.26

58.46

72.52

47.50

-34.5

Jet fuel

18.39

34.45

29.20

27.43

32.41

45.17

67.95

82.58

83.70

123.65

69.03

-44.2

Diesel

17.60

27.77

24.49

22.86

33.48

36.46

56.59

49.84

60.96

93.23

59.93

-35.7

Fuel oil (high sulfur content)

13.56

22.58

11.69

17.71

18.14

18.17

19.20

37.73

44.70

51.94

51.55

-0.7

LPG

Imports
LPG h

17.39

28.05

21.62

21.56

28.34

35.19

42.45

46.22

55.56

62.38

41.02

-34.2

Gasolines

25.57

39.60

37.83

34.05

41.69

52.42

75.45

85.16

95.09

115.45

75.92

-34.2

Fuel oil (low sulfur content)

17.02

26.56

23.01

26.01

29.31

34.79

43.00

54.55

62.10

96.17

65.92

-31.5

2.38

4.21

3.92

3.48

5.38

5.95

7.77

6.68

6.91

8.48

4.01

-52.8

Natural gas (US$/MMBtu)

e.
f.
g.
h.

Includes condensates from 2000 to 2006.


Includes natural gas purchases and re-sales in the U. S. from 1999.
Average prices.
Includes components.

STATISTICAL YEARBOOK

Petrleos
Mexicanos

Income statements a
million pesos


(million

INCOME* AND TAXES

1999

millions of mexican pesos

Total sales

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

c
dollars)

334 814 468 268 445 330 481 437 625 429 773 587 928 643 1 062 495 1 136 035 1 328 950 1 089 921

80 643

80000

Domestic sales

226 137 292 880 303 853 314 271 387 237 449 013 505 109 546 738 592 048 679 754 596 370

44 125

70000

Export sales

108 677 175 387 141 477 167 166 238 192 324 574 423 534 515 757 542 927 644 418 488 260

36 126

60000

Services income

1 061

4 778

5 292

392

50000

Cost of sales

113 513 153 060 165 315 157 802 207 118 264 106 361 177 403 106 460 666 654 032 561 135

41 518

40000

Gross income

221 301 315 207 280 015 323 635 418 311 509 481 567 466 659 389 675 370 674 918 528 786

39 125

30000

General expenses

20000

31 944

39 582

41 613

47 105

50 744

54 280

68 711

78 041

84 939 103 806 100 509

7 437

distribution expenses

10 868

12 609

13 588

14 962

15 549

17 574

21 911

24 019

24 799

33 962

31 856

2 357

Administrative expenses

21 076

26 973

28 025

32 143

35 195

36 706

46 800

54 022

60 141

69 844

68 653

5 080

189 357 275 625 238 402 276 530 367 567 455 201 498 755 581 348 590 431 571 112 428 277

31 688

Transportation and

10000
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009

Operating income
Other revenues

INCOME
TAXES & DUTIES

(expenses) - net-

5 468

5 083

5 405

342

2 961

11 154

11 837

69 742

83 019 197 991

40 293

2 981

-6 652 -13 104 -13 773 -30 742

-7 048

-4 479 -22 983 -20 047 -107 512 -15 308

-1 133

Comprehensive
financing cost b

-7 156

Participation in
Subsidiaries and
Associates Results

5 545

-1 965

-1 291

- 96

187 669 274 057 230 703 263 098 339 785 459 308 506 112 628 107 658 948 659 625 451 971

33 441

120 477 224 211 168 264 179 099 288 366 419 629 560 415 582 855 677 256 771 702 546 633

40 445

Income before taxes


and duties
Hydrocarbon extraction
duties and other
Special tax on
production and services
Net income

88 349

69 557

95 199 114 491

94 076

54 705

20 214

-21 157 -19 710 -34 091 -30 492 -40 644 -25 496 -76 282

45 252 -18 309 -112 076 -94 662

-7 004

a. Audited figures. Includes Petrleos Mexicanos, subsidiary entities and subsidiary companies.
b. Until 2003, only net interest cost is considered. Since 2004 net money exchange and monetary position in addition to net interest cost is used.
c.
For reference purposes, the money exchange conversions from pesos to US dollars, have been made to the 2009 exchange rate of

Ps. 13.5154 = US$1.00.

PEMEX

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Balance sheet as of December 31 a


million pesos

(million

1999
Total assets
Current assets

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

c
dollars)

482 248 563 468 556 883 697 379 845 472 947 527 1 042 560 1 204 734 1 330 281 1 236 837 1 332 037 102 004
87 489 109 393

76 534 123 654 171 027 243 616 292 763 384 924 428 561 364 292 349 697

26 779

338 254 388 225 406 913 486 098 539 219 594 569 643 236 710 488 793 846 845 062 967 592

74 096

Properties, plant and


equipment
Others
Total liabilities
Short term liabilities

56 505

65 850

73 436

87 627 135 226 109 343 106 561 109 322 107 874

27 483

14 749

1 129

320 779 412 862 434 017 596 684 799 611 914 184 1 069 430 1 164 781 1 280 373 1 209 952 1 398 877 107 122
84 180

95 766

71 948 113 771 136 916 140 483 164 476 169 927 289 464 175 965 242 960

18 605

Long term liabilities

236 599 317 096 362 069 482 913 662 695 773 702 904 954 994 854 990 909 1 033 987 1 155 917

88 517

Equity

161 469 150 605 122 866 100 696

- 5 118

Certificates of contribution
Restatement of equity b

45 861

33 343 - 26 870

39 954

49 908

26 885 - 66 840

82 620

86 909

93 445

96 958

96 958

96 958

7 425

162 012 174 054 181 838 190 523 130 258 132 342 144 333 154 101 178 532

10 222

10 222

10 222

10 222

89 805

Accumulated net
income (losses)
Others
Total liabilities and equity

- 21 215 - 46 363 - 85 473 - 109 855 - 167 017 - 211 570 - 305 539 - 287 786 - 317 174 - 261 840 - 356 502 - 27 300
10 449

12 691

16 279

9 804

25 662

44 531

80 193

91 592 191 767 192 704

14 757

482 248 563 467 556 883 697 380 845 472 947 528 1 042 560 1 204 735 1 330 281 1 236 837 1 332 037 102 004

a. Audited results. Includes Petrleos Mexicanos, subsidiary entities and subsidiary companies.
b. Until 2000, reevaluation surplus.
c.
For reference purposes, the money exchange conversions from pesos to US dollars, have been made to the 2009 exchange rate of

December 31, 2009 of Ps. 13.0587 = US$1.00.

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Petrleos
Mexicanos

Capital investment a
million pesos

(million

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

c
dollars)

Total

52 382

71 725

62 938

80 759 113 687 122 863 126 988 150 397 170 111 201 740 251 882

18 637

Non-PIDIREGAS b

25 103

28 837

26 993

22 943

19 013

18 637

PIDIREGAS

27 279

42 888

35 945

57 816

94 674 110 620 105 552 130 267 152 538 177 967

88 380 113 332 112 863 130 071 148 761 178 104 226 802

12 243

21 436

20 130

17 573

23 773 251 882


-

Pemex-Exploration
41 080

44 654

53 446

63 000

Non-PIDIREGAS b

and Production

14 454

17 418

17 501

13 443

PIDIREGAS

8 945

3 694

11 040

8 142

6 992

8 261 226 802

16 781
16 781

26 626

27 236

35 945

49 557

79 435 109 638 101 823 121 929 141 769 169 844

Pemex-Refining

6 608

22 026

5 501

14 077

19 878

5 092

9 001

15 229

15 979

17 379

18 526

1 371

Non-PIDIREGAS b

6 608

6 374

5 501

5 893

5 744

4 647

6 542

7 369

7 124

10 580

18 526

1 371

15 652

8 184

14 134

445

2 459

7 861

8 855

6 800

PIDIREGAS

Pemex-Gas and
Basic Petrochemicals
Non-PIDIREGAS b

3 430

3 620

2 567

1 796

3 253

2 498

3 206

3 322

4 004

4 203

3 941

292

2 777

3 620

2 567

1 721

2 148

1 961

1 936

2 845

2 308

2 889

3 941

292

PIDIREGAS

653

75

1 105

537

1 270

477

1 696

1 314

Pemex-Petrochemicals

945

996

1 058

1 454

1 627

1 598

1 530

1 426

1 139

1 614

2 053

152

Non-PIDIREGAS b

945

996

1 058

1 454

1 627

1 598

1 530

1 426

922

1 604

2 053

152

217

10

PIDIREGAS
Petrleos Mexicanos
Corporate

319

429

366

432

549

343

388

349

227

439

560

41

Non-PIDIREGAS b

319

429

366

432

549

343

388

349

227

439

560

41



a.
b.
c.

GAS PROCESSING CENTER CIUDAD PEMEX,


TABASCO

Cash flow figures include capitalized maintenance.


Non-PIDIREGAS CAPEX does not include financing activities
For reference purposes, the money exchange conversions from pesos to US dollars, have been made to the 2009 exchange rate of
Ps. 13.5154 = US$1.00.

Statistics on safety and environmental protection


2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

1.19

1.00

1.17

1.09

1.50

1.06

0.67

0.59

0.47

0.42

Frequency index ( number of disabling

Accident
freQuency index

accidents per million of man-hours worked)


Petrleos Mexicanos
Pemex-Exploration and Production

1.66

1.26

1.14

1.35

1.67

1.26

0.96

1.22

0.74

0.72

Pemex-Refining

0.72

0.69

1.10

0.63

1.23

1.16

0.59

0.27

0.24

0.32

Pemex-Gas and Basic Petrochemicals

0.90

0.50

1.01

0.92

0.38

0.26

0.07

0.10

0.53

0.10

Pemex-Petrochemicals

1.06

0.56

0.88

1.13

2.00

1.13

0.70

0.48

0.80

0.45

Petrleos Mexicanos

1.49

1.86

1.79

1.54

1.85

0.71

0.42

0.07

0.12

0.07

Severity index (number of lost workdays

2.0

1.5

1.0

0.5

per million of man-hours worked)

Pemex-Refining

96

95

100

100

104

72

33

35

27

26

131

144

129

97

112

84

42

71

41

44

76

53

97

82

92

74

36

16

17

17

Pemex-Gas and Basic Petrochemicals

102

78

55

184

144

76

44

13

Pemex-Petrochemicals

116

132

113

151

157

86

40

31

43

31

32

52

40

51

53

27

11

Sulfur oxide emissions (SOx) (t/Mt)

2.06

2.15

1.49

1.65

1.49

1.25

1.48

1.62

2.60

2.69

Carbon dioxide emissions (CO2) (t/Mt)

133

125

111

117

112

90

114

124

150

163

Total discharges to water (kg/Mt)

17.14

13.19

9.16

7.61

6.39

6.35

6.99

7.71

7.27

11.52

Disposal of hazardous waste a (%)

76.50

77.00

84.80

97.99

98.19

158.20

62.59

162.07

149.36

133.35

Petrleos Mexicanos

0.0
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009

Petrleos Mexicanos
Pemex-Exploration and Production

petrleos mexicanos
pemex-exploration
and production
pemex-refining
pemex-gas
and basic petrochemicals
pemex-petrochemicals

Environmental protection

Leakage and spills b


Events

1 518

1 249

839

791

338

399

404

392

329

216

Volume(t)

6 252

8 031

19 995

9 570

5 488

3 528

3 434

14 992

1 970

7 033

Environmental audits and certifications (number)


Completed environmental audits (accrued)

231

303

308

432

440

443

464

656

754

805

Clean industry certificates (accrued)

229

279

297

345

369

369

377

422

461

570

ISO 9000 c

303

318

159

89

52

46

41

43

43

37

ISO 14000 c

16

44

46

41

36

29

29

28

28

23

a.
b.
c.

Includes stock changes in calculation of hazardous residual generation. A volume 7.8% greater than generated was disposed in 2005.
According to the institutional rules regarding the report of leakages and spills 526 events were not included (equivalent to 5 tons) in 2003, and 469
(equivalent to 22 tons) were not included in 2004.
In 2002, 2003 and 2004 the number of certificates decreased due to internal reorganizations and multisite certifications (in 2006, Pemex-Gas and
Basic Petrochemicals and Pemex-Petrochemicals, obtain a single certificate).

STATISTICAL YEARBOOK

OIL FACILITIES
REFINERY
PETROCHEMICAL CENTER
GAS PROCESSING CENTER
PRODUCING MARINE AREAS
PIPELINES
MARITIME ROUTE

PEMEX

09

10

Employees

number at year end


1999
Total

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

129 159 132 728 134 852 137 134 138 215 137 722 139 171 141 275 141 146 143 421 145 146

Pemex-Exploration and Production

40 367

42 642

43 208

44 658

46 322

47 975

48 371

48 767

49 045

50 273

50 544

Pemex-Refining

45 396

46 151

47 710

47 341

46 692

44 899

45 335

45 494

44 811

45 510

43 706

Pemex-Gas and Basic Petrochemicals

11 220

11 579

11 716

11 977

12 104

11 923

12 018

12 562

12 397

12 976

12 550

Pemex-Petrochemicals

14 747

14 837

14 578

14 360

14 203

13 895

13 939

14 045

13 823

14 028

13 447

4 941

5 043

5 121

6 207

6 272

6 441

6 687

7 497

7 710

7 341

11 277

10 710

10 712

10 745

10 863

10 870

10 855

11 097

11 209

11 674

11 619

11 908

1 778

1 764

1 774

1 728

1 752

1 734

1 724

1 701

1 686

1 674

1 714

Petrleos Mexicanos
Medical services
Telecomunications

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CENTER IN REAL - TIME,
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EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION

02

2009
Production
Crude oil (Mbd)
Natural gas (MMcfd)
Infrastructure
(At the end of the year)
Producing fields
Producing wells (annual average)
Offshore platforms
Pipelines (km)
Crude oil
Natural gas
Proved reserves
(as of January 1st, 2010)
Crude oil (MMb)
Gas liquids (MMb)
Natural gas (MMbcoe)

2 601
7 031

394
6 890
231
4 658
7 431

10 420
1 272
2 301

Exploration
and Production

Hydrocarbon reserves and production a


million barrels of crude oil equivalent
2000

Hydrocarbon reserves

Millon barrels of crude oil


equivalent

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

58 204.1 56 154.0 52 951.0 50 032.2 48 041.0 46 914.1 46 417.5 45 376.3 44 482.7 43 562.6 43 074.7

Northeastern Marine Region

20 525.2 19 449.9 18 589.2 16 947.0 15 550.6 14 781.6 15 193.5 14 086.0 13 357.7 12 785.9 12 097.2

Southwestern Marine Region

70000

2001

Total

Southern Region

5 341.3 5 202.6 4 837.4 4 575.4 4 421.9 4 488.6 4 043.5 4 647.0 4 759.9 5 189.4 6 010.8
10 034.5 9 584.1 8 481.2 7 720.1 7 183.6 6 837.9 6 641.4 6 246.3 6 216.1 5 862.5 5 824.3

60000

Northern Region

22 303.2 21 917.4 21 043.3 20 789.7 20 884.9 20 806.1 20 539.1 20 397.0 20 149.0 19 724.8 19 142.4

50000

Proved b

25 070.4 23 525.4 21 892.7 20 077.3 18 895.2 17 649.8 16 469.6 15 514.2 14 717.2 14 307.7 13 992.1

40000

Northeastern Marine Region

13 263.1 12 508.8 11 623.1 10 505.3 9 689.7 8 809.1 8 209.4 7 652.2 7 024.6 6 712.3 6 711.8

Southwestern Marine Region

2 123.8 2 042.7 1 919.2 1 844.6 1 680.5 1 743.6 1 513.0 1 627.2 1 630.1 1 893.9 1 891.8

Southern Region

7 525.7 7 086.4 6 600.2 6 099.1 5 756.3 5 103.1 4 883.2 4 388.4 4 341.1 4 049.1 4 036.1

30000
20000

Northern Region

10000

Probable
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010

Proved reserves

Millon barrels of crude oil


equivalent
30000

2 157.7 1 887.5 1 750.1 1 628.2 1 768.6 1 994.0 1 864.0 1 846.4 1 721.5 1 652.4 1 352.3
21 174.2 21 285.2 20 807.3 16 965.0 16 005.1 15 836.1 15 788.5 15 257.4 15 144.4 14 516.9 14 236.6

Northeastern Marine Region

5 064.7 4 975.7 5 034.6 4 866.5 4 427.5 4 324.9 4 446.5 3 690.1 3 290.2 2 977.1 2 479.5

Southwestern Marine Region

1 106.8 1 152.8 1 148.6 1 230.9 1 192.2 1 191.6

Southern Region

1 310.3 1 467.9 1 259.0 1 042.5

997.8 1 116.0 1 404.7 1 536.9 1 529.5

935.1 1 005.2 1 019.6 1 229.7 1 215.3 1 140.3 1 077.4

Northern Region

13 692.5 13 688.8 13 365.0 9 825.0 9 450.2 9 314.4 9 324.7 9 221.6 9 234.1 8 862.6 9 150.2

Possible

11 959.5 11 343.4 10 251.0 12 990.0 13 140.7 13 428.2 14 159.4 14 604.7 14 621.2 14 737.9 14 846.0

Northeastern Marine Region

2 197.4 1 965.5 1 931.4 1 575.2 1 433.4 1 647.6 2 537.7 2 743.7 3 042.9 3 096.5 2 905.9

Southwestern Marine Region

2 110.8 2 007.1 1 769.5 1 499.8 1 549.1 1 553.4 1 532.7 1 903.8 1 725.1 1 758.5 2 589.5

Southern Region

1 198.4 1 029.7

Northern Region

6 453.0 6 341.1 5 928.2 9 336.5 9 666.1 9 497.7 9 350.4 9 328.9 9 193.4 9 209.9 8 639.8

621.9

578.5

492.1

729.6

738.7

628.2

659.8

673.0

710.8

Memorandum

25000

Natural gas reserves (MMMcf)

20000

Total

55 507.2 55 515.1 50 648.2 48 796.4 49 008.3 48 649.4 46 715.6 47 367.9 45 858.8 44 622.7 44 712.2

Northeastern Marine Region

15000

Southwestern Marine Region

4 714.7 4 408.5 4 283.5 3 948.0 3 805.2 3 746.8 3 621.7 3 067.5 2 709.7 2 619.7 2 509.3
3 891.1 4 082.5 3 565.2 4 422.0 4 258.6 4 555.1 3 770.1 6 048.5 6 566.2 7 165.8 8 920.0

10000

Southern Region

12 579.6 12 379.7 11 006.7 9 402.8 9 067.1 8 545.6 8 373.3 7 687.3 7 389.9 6 832.1 6 482.6

500

Northern Region

34 321.7 34 644.4 31 792.7 31 023.6 31 877.5 31 802.0 30 950.5 30 564.5 29 193.0 28 005.0 26 800.2
1999

Hydrocarbons production (MMbpce)

a.
b.

PEMEX

09

14

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

1 433.8 1 468.7 1 493.6 1 507.5 1 587.0 1 610.8 1 604.2 1 618.2 1 603.2 1 451.1 1 378.4

As of January 1st. The reserves information at 2010 is subject to Secretara de Energa (Ministry of Energy) registered according with the 33th
article section XX of Organic Law of Federal Public Management and the Comisin Nacional de Hidrocarburos (National Hydrocarbons Commission)
approved according the 10th article of guidelines law of the constitutional article 27th of Petroleum section.
Since 2003, the definitions of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) of the U. S. were used in order to evaluate the proved reserves,
reason why the figures of previous years were adjusted.

Crude oil and gas reserves, 2010 a


millon barrels of crude oil equivalent

Natural gas

Total

3 980.4

8 597.0

43 074.7

Northeastern Marine Region

11 123.6

491.2

482.5

12 097.2

Southwestern Marine Region

3 551.4

744.3

1 715.1

6 010.8

Southern Region

3 739.1

838.6

1 246.4

5 824.3

Northern Region

12 083.1

1 906.3

5 153.0

19 142.4

Proved c

10 419.6

1 271.7

2 300.8

13 992.1

Northeastern Marine Region

6 091.0

313.0

307.9

6 711.8

Southwestern Marine Region

1 169.8

255.7

466.4

1 891.8

Southern Region

2 545.3

609.8

881.0

4 036.1

Northern Region

613.6

93.2

645.5

1 352.3
14 236.6

10 020.5

1 280.9

2 934.3

Northeastern Marine Region

Probable

2 313.6

82.9

82.6

2 479.5

Southwestern Marine Region

936.3

170.9

422.2

1 529.5

Southern Region

693.1

148.2

236.2

1 077.4

Northern Region

6 077.6

879.4

2 193.3

9 150.2

10 057.2

1 426.9

3 361.9

14 846.0

Northeastern Marine Region

Possible

2 719.0

94.9

91.9

2 905.9

Southwestern Marine Region

2 589.5

1 445.3

317.7

826.5

Southern Region

500.8

80.7

129.3

710.8

Northern Region

5 392.0

933.6

2 314.2

8 639.8

Memorandum
Natural gas reserves (MMMcf)
Total

Proved

Probable

Possible

Total

11 966.1

15 261.0

17 485.1

44 712.2

Northeastern Marine Region

1 601.5

429.6

478.2

2 509.3

Southwestern Marine Region

2 425.6

2 195.9

4 298.5

8 920.0

Southern Region

4 582.0

1 228.4

672.2

6 482.6

Northern Region

3 357.0

11 407.0

12 036.2

26 800.2

BY FLUID
40000
30000
20000
10000
0
NATURAL GAS LIQUIDS
NATURAL GAS
CRUDE OIL

Gas liquids b

30 497.3

BY TYPE
15000
14800
14600
14400
14200
14000
13800
13600
13400
PROVED
PROBABLE
POSSIBLE

Crude oil
Total

BY REGION

b.
c.

As of January 1st. The reserves information at 2010 is subject to Secretara de Energa (Ministry of Energy) registered according with the 33th
article section XX of Organic Law of Federal Public Management and the Comisin Nacional de Hidrocarburos (National Hydrocarbons Commission)
approved according the 10th article of guidelines law of the constitutional article 27th of Petroleum section.
Includes condensates.
Since 2003, the definitions of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) of the U. S. were used in order to evaluate the proved reserves.

20000
15000
10000
5000
0
Southern
Southwestern Marine
Northeastern Marine
Northern

a.

15

STATISTICAL YEARBOOK

Exploration
and Production

Drilling and production


Completed wells
a

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

230

283

449

447

653

733

759

672

615

822

1 490
1 150

700

Wells drilled

600

Wells completed

234

249

459

459

593

727

742

656

659

729

500

Exploratory wells

22

37

53

55

88

103

74

69

49

65

75

21

28

27

53

42

39

32

26

27

29

400

Producing wells b

300

Success rate %

41

57

53

49

60

41

53

46

53

42

39

Development wells

200
100
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009

212

212

406

404

505

624

668

587

610

664

1 075

Producing wells

193

191

370

355

455

581

612

541

569

612

1 014

Success rate % c

91

95

91

88

90

94

92

92

94

92

94

42

43

50

70

101

132

116

103

116

143

176

Drilling rigs

Exploratory wells

Crude oil
Natural gas
Nonproductives

Development wells
Kilometers drilled
e

12

10

21

35

40

27

23

20

30

26

31

40

50

66

92

88

80

96

113

150

706

782

1 098

1 186

1 763

2 106

2 004

1 858

1 798

2 199

3 770

3 062

2 838

2 359

2 478

2 904

2 692

2 828

2 771

2 744

2 748

2 494

Discovered fields f

15

16

33

24

16

13

14

14

13

Crude oil

11

Natural gas

15

14

22

16

13

11

10

Average depth by well (m)

Producing fields

Producing wells and


average deep per well

7
35

Producing wells at end of period g


Oil and gas production by well (bd)

313

299

301

309

340

355

357

364

352

345

394

4 269

4 184

4 435

4 591

4 942

5 286

5 683

6 080

6 280

6 382

6 890

920

959

923

900

880

833

774

729

699

622

549

7000

a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.

6000
5000
4000

2000

2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010

3000

Average depth per well


(meters)
Producing wells

PEMEX

09

16

Wells that reached their target.


Since 2007, Pemex-Exploration and Production adopts the Trade Exploratory Success definition.
Excludes injection wells.
Average drilling rigs.
Average depth of wells drilled to their target.
Includes only fields with proved reserves. In 2007 the Kibo and Lalail fields were exlcuded due to they do not incorporate proved reserves.
Since 2000 refers to annual average.

Drilling
1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

28

49

45

58

96

105

73

58

49

68

71

Northeastern Marine Region

Southwestern Marine Region

11

23

20

10

10

Southern Region

11

17

Northern Region

26

42

37

40

60

67

54

44

36

43

40

202

234

404

389

557

628

686

614

566

754

1 419

34

23

13

19

31

31

39

44

41

26

Development wells drilled


Northeastern Marine Region
Southwestern Marine Region

16

16

20

14

Southern Region

11

19

21

33

65

78

45

69

121

116

Northern Region

160

198

372

361

502

516

561

521

445

572

1 263
75

Exploratory wells completed

22

37

53

55

88

103

74

69

49

65

Northeastern Marine Region

Southwestern Marine Region

25

21

10

Southern Region

11

11

19

Northern Region

19

34

41

43

49

69

56

53

36

41

42
1 075

212

212

406

404

505

624

668

587

610

664

Northeastern Marine Region

Development wells completed

29

12

28

14

22

28

28

38

48

41

28

Southwestern Marine Region

16

19

20

12

Southern Region

12

15

21

30

60

84

45

66

118

118

Northern Region

175

186

363

369

451

529

540

485

490

485

917

Wells
1500
1200
900
600
300
0

1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009

Exploratory wells drilled

Drilled wells
Completed wells
Producing wells

KU SIERRA offshore platform,


Campeche Sound

Exploration
and Production

Crude oil production by region and integral asset a


thousand barrels per day

Change

CRUDE Oil production


by region

thousand barrels per day

2009/2008

1999
Total

2009

(%)

2 906.0 3 012.0 3 127.0 3 177.1 3 370.9 3 382.9 3 333.3 3 255.6 3 075.7b 2 791.6 2 601.5

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

- 6.8

3500

Northeastern Marine Region

1 554.3 1 763.2 1 985.8 2 151.6 2 416.3 2 440.8 2 357.0 2 204.7 2 017.7 1 745.6 1 492.8

- 14.5

3000

Cantarell

1 265.6 1 471.1 1 731.0 1 902.3 2 122.8 2 136.4 2 035.3 1 800.9 1 490.5 1 039.5

684.8

- 34.1
14.4

2500

Ku-Maloob-Zaap

288.7

292.1

254.8

249.3

293.6

304.4

321.7

403.8

527.2

706.1

808.0

2000

Southwestern Marine Region

683.5

621.7

554.0

452.2

397.6

388.2

396.3

475.1

505.9

500.3

517.6

3.5

1500

Abkatun-Pol-Chuc

613.3

557.5

496.8

406.8

359.0

321.8

299.8

332.2

312.3

308.1

305.4

- 0.9
10.5

Litoral Tabasco

1000

1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009

500

Northern
Southern
Southwestern Marine
Northeastern Marine

70.2

64.2

57.3

45.4

38.6

66.4

96.5

142.9

193.6

192.2

212.3

Southern Region

587.2

549.6

508.7

498.4

483.3

472.7

496.6

491.3

465.2

458.7

497.7

8.5

Cinco Presidentes

39.4

37.3

30.7

34.3

37.3

37.7

38.8

39.3

44.6

47.3

56.6

19.5

228.5

215.9

197.1

201.8

195.4

212.3

224.0

219.1

190.0

174.8

172.2

- 1.5

1.1

0.7

0.7

1.6

2.5

4.9

5.0

6.6

10.4

15.7

27.1

72.3

67.7

59.7

54.0

48.2

42.2

36.1

33.3

33.6

33.6

36.1

42.1

16.4

Bellota-Jujo
Macuspana
Muspac

250.4

236.0

226.3

212.3

205.9

181.6

195.5

192.7

186.7

184.7

199.9

8.2

Northern Region

Samaria-Luna

81.0

77.5

78.5

74.9

73.6

81.2

83.5

84.5

86.9

87.1

93.3

7.1

Poza Rica-Altamira

78.9

75.5

77.0

73.4

72.1

79.5

81.6

83.0

85.1

55.7

59.1

6.1

29.3

29.5

0.7

2.1

1.9

1.6

1.5

1.5

1.7

1.9

1.5

1.8

2.1

4.6

126.6

Aceite Terciario del Golfo


Veracruz
a.
b.

In 2004 the administrative structure of Pemex-Exploration and Production changed to integral assets. Hence, figures prior to 2004 were adjusted.
Adjusted and corrected production by water content.

Note: Integral Asset Aceite Terciario del Golfo was established in 2008, so that their associated fields were rid of Integral Asset Poza Rica-Altamira.

Crude oil production by type and region a


thousand barrels per day

Change
2009/2008

1999
Total
Heavy

2009

(%)

2 906.0 3 012.0 3 127.0 3 177.1 3 370.9 3 382.9 3 333.3 3 255.6 3 075.7b 2 791.6 2 601.5
1 563.5 1 774.3 1 997.0 2 173.7 2 425.4 2 458.0 2 387.0 2 243.8 2 039.4 1 765.6 1 520.0

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

- 6.8
- 13.9

Light

806.1

733.1

658.7

846.6

810.7

789.6

802.3

831.5

837.7

815.5

811.8

Extra-light

536.4

504.6

471.4

156.9

134.8

135.3

144.1

180.4

198.6

210.4

269.7

28.2

Northeastern Marine Region

1 554.3 1 763.2 1 985.8 2 151.6 2 416.3 2 440.8 2 357.0 2 204.7 2 017.7 1 745.6 1 492.8

- 14.5

Heavy

1 516.3 1 730.5 1 953.7 2 127.1 2 380.9 2 412.0 2 330.6 2 173.5 1 975.5 1 701.7 1 445.9

- 15.0

Light
Southwestern Marine Region
Heavy
Light
Extra-light
Southern Region
Heavy
Light

- 0.4

38.0

32.7

32.1

24.4

35.4

28.8

26.4

31.2

42.2

43.9

46.9

6.9

683.5

621.7

554.0

452.2

397.6

388.2

396.3

475.1

505.9

500.3

517.6

3.5

0.3

0.2

0.1

0.2

0.1

0.2

102.8

683.5

621.7

554.0

452.2

397.2

364.2

343.9

392.4

409.7

416.5

418.7

0.5
18.0

0.4

23.8

52.2

82.5

96.0

83.6

98.7

587.2

549.6

508.7

498.4

483.3

472.7

496.6

491.3

465.2

458.7

497.7

8.5

6.2

6.4

7.1

20.8

14.2

10.7

11.1

13.3

19.3

50.8

44.9

37.3

335.3

342.4

354.1

383.8

379.3

351.9

320.8

313.5

- 2.3

536.4

504.6

471.4

156.9

134.5

111.5

92.0

97.9

102.6

126.8

171.0

34.8

Northern Region

81.0

77.5

78.5

74.9

73.6

81.2

83.5

84.5

86.9

87.1

93.3

7.1

Heavy

47.2

43.7

43.3

40.3

38.0

38.6

35.4

55.9

53.0

52.8

60.7

15.0

Light

33.9

33.7

35.2

34.6

35.6

42.6

48.1

28.6

33.9

34.3

32.7

- 4.9

Extra-light

a.
b.

Oil production
by type, 2009

EXTRA-LIGHT
Light
Heavy

10.4%
31.2%
58.4%

In 2004 the administrative structure of Pemex-Exploration and Production changed to integral assets. Hence, figures prior to 2004 were adjusted.
Adjusted and corrected production by water content.

ALPHA Q offshore PLATFORM,


Campeche Sound

Exploration
and Production

Crude oil production in selected fields


thousand barrels per day

Change
2009/2008

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

(%)

Total

2 906

3 012

3 127

3 177

3 371

3 383

3 333

3 256

3 076b

2 792

2 601

- 6.8

Northeastern Marine Region

1 554

1 763

1 986

2 152

2 416

2 441

2 357

2 205

2 018

1 746

1 493

- 14.5
- 40.9

Cantarell
Akal-Nohoch a

1 211

1 420

1 673

1 851

2 054

2 079

1 973

1 734

1 416

949

560

Sihil

19

16

12

19

35

89.4

Chac

17

18

22

17

20

17

12

12

13

12

12

- 1.7

Ixtoc

12

11

11

11

11

13

14

12

12

11

- 5.8

Kutz

13

12

12

12

11

11

10

- 5.4
- 2.9

206

205

176

185

197

191

203

269

327

364

353

Zaap

Ku

27

30

26

21

41

57

69

71

113

225

277

23.1

Maloob

49

50

45

35

50

53

47

54

73

113

170

50.9
52.2

Others

36

28

29

21

21

15

23

40

42

63

683

622

554

452

398

388

396

475

506

500

518

3.5

Ixtal

47

68

83

108

30.3

Chuc

- 1.8

Southwestern Marine Region

146

140

118

107

99

93

103

107

87

69

68

Bolontiku

18

27

54

58

62

7.0

Sinan

18

32

53

66

59

60

0.9
- 26.2

Caan

185

182

163

133

114

108

98

88

72

67

50

Others

352

300

273

212

184

163

137

153

158

164

171

4.1

Southern Region

587

550

509

498

483

473

497

491

465

459

498

8.5
- 6.5

Samaria

83

83

83

71

73

62

65

64

62

53

49

Sen

38

30

33

31

21

13

19

22

27

41

46

12.7

Jujo

63

61

56

56

51

44

50

56

51

45

37

- 18.1

Pijije

12

11

13

15

14

18

28

59.0

Iride

41

45

43

43

44

46

50

48

41

34

26

- 23.6
- 25.0

Puerto Ceiba

10

17

21

38

46

77

77

54

41

33

24

Tecominoacn

34

32

29

27

23

20

22

29

23

25

24

- 4.9

18

104.6

Costero

15

85.8

Cunduacn

Tizn

28

24

22

21

23

26

27

21

14

13

14

9.6

Crdenas

27

23

20

16

14

13

15

18

14

13

14

9.2

Guaricho

12

43.4

Mora

12

10

11

10.4

Sunuapa

279.6

Yagual

12

11

11

- 0.5

Others

244

218

185

175

163

141

130

132

140

138

161

16.7

81

77

79

75

74

81

84

84

87

87

93

7.1

7.5

Poza Rica

10

11

10

10

11

10

10

- 7.1

Tajn

11

- 40.0

Northern Region
Bagre

Agua Fra

- 1.0

Coapechapa

- 8.8

Arenque
Others

- 16.0

58

55

54

52

49

44

42

45

47

40

52

30.9

a. Historically Cantarell.
b. Adjusted and corrected production by water content.

PEMEX

09

20

Natural gas production by region and integral asset a


million cubic feet per day

1999
Total

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

4 790.6 4 679.4 4 510.7 4 423.5 4 498.4 4 572.9 4 818.0 5 356.1 6 058.5 6 918.6 7 030.7

1.6

8000
7000

- 10.6

6000

327.2

19.9

5000

856.1

992.5 1 022.9 1 111.5

8.7

4000

431.8

512.5

544.2

569.0

580.2

2.0

3000

222.9

343.6

448.4

453.9

531.3

17.1

2000

1 996.3 1 856.9 1 743.2 1 703.8 1 630.0 1 495.1 1 400.3 1 352.1 1 352.8 1 450.6 1 599.6

10.3

1000
0

648.2

737.2

794.2

831.2

940.5

947.5

927.7

920.2 1 157.2 1 901.3 1 782.5

Cantarell

499.8

567.1

639.7

704.3

786.1

789.1

760.7

717.7

944.9 1 628.5 1 455.3

Ku-Maloob-Zaap

148.4

170.1

154.5

126.8

154.4

158.4

167.1

202.5

212.2

Southwestern Marine Region

921.6

819.7

735.6

620.6

581.3

602.6

654.8

Abkatun-Pol-Chuc

780.9

692.1

621.0

520.3

494.3

456.1

Litoral de Tabasco

140.7

127.7

114.6

100.3

87.0

146.5

Cinco Presidentes
Bellota-Jujo

272.8

49.7

47.6

43.9

56.5

58.7

67.8

62.8

56.7

61.4

67.5

69.2

2.5

369.3

335.6

310.3

292.2

276.6

276.6

281.9

271.4

239.6

250.7

260.8

4.1

Macuspana

159.7

142.0

135.6

132.4

147.5

179.6

167.5

192.9

223.1

260.5

312.4

20.0

Muspac

870.7

804.0

738.4

725.7

686.0

558.1

449.2

368.5

310.9

299.5

278.6

- 7.0

Samaria-Luna

546.9

527.8

514.9

497.0

461.2

412.9

438.9

462.6

517.6

572.4

678.6

18.6

1 224.5 1 265.6 1 237.7 1 267.9 1 346.7 1 527.8 1 835.2 2 227.6 2 556.0 2 543.9 2 537.1

- 0.3

Northern Region
Burgos

970.8 1 003.1

989.7 1 006.9 1 030.7 1 094.5 1 217.3 1 330.3 1 411.8 1 382.7 1 515.2

Veracruz

116.1

112.4

Aceite Terciario del Golfo


Poza Rica-Altamira

million cubic feet per day

- 6.3

Northeastern Marine Region

Southern Region

(%)

Natural gas
production by region

114.0

107.1

110.8

119.5

118.8

174.1

222.5

152.5

133.5

1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009

Change
2009/2008

Northeastern Marine
Southwestern Marine
Northern
Southern

9.6
- 12.5

52.1

78.7

51.3

137.6

148.5

135.7

153.9

205.2

313.8

499.2

723.3

921.7

956.7

809.6

- 15.4

a.

In 2004 the administrative structure of Pemex-Exploration and Production changed to integral assets. Hence, figures prior to 2004 were adjusted.

Note: Integral Asset Aceite Terciario del Golfo was established in 2008, so that their associated fields were rid of Integral Asset Poza Rica-Altamira.

21

STATISTICAL YEARBOOK

Exploration
and Production

Natural gas production in selected fields


million cubic feet per day

Change
2009/2008

Total
Northeastern Marine Region

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

4 791

4 679

4 511

4 423

4 498

4 573

4 818

5 356

6 058

6 919

7 031

(%)
1.6

648

737

794

831

940

947

928

920

1 157

1 901

1 782

- 6.3

Cantarell
Akal-Nohoch a

477

543

610

676

750

759

720

673

893

1 585

1 407

- 11.2

Ixtoc

10

11

13

13

13

13

21

22

27

22

20

- 9.3

Sihil

10

11

14

54.7

Chac

- 2.3
- 5.7

Kutz
Ku
Others
Southwestern Marine Region
May
Ixtal
Caan

98

111

101

103

141

146

159

181

13.2

42

42

37

32

47

61

65

63

70

116

151

30.2

922

820

736

621

581

603

655

856

993

1 023

1 112

8.7

24

85

143

206

268

30.1

13

86

135

167

212

27.3

305

278

258

215

206

215

206

185

186

201

173

- 13.7

48

80

123

144

112

120

7.9

15

40

57

87

79

83

4.7

Chuc

185

177

148

131

119

95

113

115

98

76

76

0.1

Others

431

365

329

274

255

229

179

205

200

183

180

- 2.1

1 996

1 857

1 743

1 704

1 630

1 495

1 400

1 352

1 353

1 451

1 600

10.3

106

86

92

91

64

33

47

56

69

115

137

18.9

Costero

11

23

61

124

105.5

66

68

76

74

77

70

93

106

106

100

102

2.6

Narvaez b

30

84

94

95

0.9

Samaria

113

113

114

94

99

102

88

78

96

85

94

10.4

Iride

Tizn

13

24

28

29

37

48

93

92.4

Pijije

13

12

14

26

35

32

37

42

40

43

79

85.3

Jujo

79

82

81

71

58

45

54

57

56

66

74

13.3

Giraldas

96

96

102

103

96

89

74

63

61

70

67

- 5.3

Cunduacn

62

64

57

51

55

71

88

97

71

62

65

6.1

245

216

212

235

215

145

115

84

62

57

39

- 31.1

Oxiacaque

18

20

25

25

16

17

13

15

52

72

36

- 50.1

Copano

83

79

86

80

82

78

65

55

48

41

34

- 15.5

Muspac

Crter

12

15

27

79.4

Tecominoacn

43

40

37

30

25

31

34

40

28

29

26

- 9.4

Crdenas

65

47

35

31

28

27

33

38

28

27

26

- 3.1

Jos Colomo b

71

63

60

47

37

36

35

30

29

27

24

- 9.5

23

330.6
- 0.6

Sunuapa
Others
Northern Region
Lizamba b
Papn b
Culebra b
Apertura b
Forastero

Arcabuz b
Velero b
Cuitlhuac b

929

865

744

742

731

694

591

515

447

434

431

1 224

1 266

1 238

1 268

1 347

1 528

1 835

2 228

2 556

2 544

2 537

- 0.3

12

103

152

243

301

264

- 12.2

57

211

244

15.6

292

320

274

219

201

169

172

168

163

147

113

- 23.2

52

143

170

150

101

- 32.3

21

48

99

104.9

118

93

57

46

33

40

65

77

94

91

91

- 0.5

13

22

38

50

71

113

86

87

0.9

103

122

126

109

91

113

116

117

97

84

84

0.0

Nejo b

18

40

80

102.2

Fundador b

14

50

95

86

77

66

- 14.0

Arquimia b

113

202

119

55

- 53.2

Lankahuasa b

51

92

64

49

- 24.3

Corindon b
Others
a. Historically Cantarell.
b. Non associated gas field.

22

2
123

Sinan

Southern Region

09

133

Bolontiku

Sen

PEMEX

113

23

26

40

59

59

50

43

47

45

49

47

- 3.6

686

702

732

819

932

1 091

1 185

1 194

1 155

1 078

1 157

7.3

Crude oil and natural gas production by states


Change
2009/2008

Crude oil (Mbd)


Territorial sea

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

(%)

2 906

3 012

3 127

3 177

3 371

3 383

3 333

3 256

3 076

2 792

2 601

-6.8
-10.4

2 247

2 394

2 550

2 614

2 824

2 839

2 765

2 694

2 539

2 266

2 030

Tabasco

520

489

453

448

439

434

460

455

428

419

450

7.3

Veracruz

67

64

60

57

57

60

62

59

62

58

63

8.7
18.6

Chiapas

53

47

45

42

36

32

30

30

31

34

40

Tamaulipas

16

15

15

13

11

11

11

10

2.4

46.8

San Luis Potosi

176.8

Hidalgo

4 791

4 679

4 511

4 423

4 498

4 573

4 818

5 356

6 058

6 919

7 031

1.6

Puebla

Natural gas (MMcfd)


Territorial sea

1 604

1 590

1 564

1 485

1 554

1 583

1 615

1 812

2 188

2 962

2 927

-1.2

Tabasco

1 313

1 219

1 133

1 076

1 020

1 017

1 017

1 041

1 099

1 215

1 377

13.3
-12.9

Veracruz

219

227

208

226

279

392

581

855

1 100

1 114

970

Tamaulipas

577

528

556

578

611

689

794

931

989

937

957

2.1

Nuevo Leon

387

472

432

428

420

401

423

398

397

391

432

10.3

Chiapas

665

624

597

611

586

459

367

300

245

227

214

-5.6

Coahuila

14

11

31

61

134

119.2

Puebla

10

10

13

10

19

95.0

Campeche

12

-60.4

San Luis Potosi

Hidalgo

FPSO YUM KAKNAB (LORD OF THE SEA),


Campeche Sound

EXPLORATION & PRODUCTION


PRODUCING MARINE AREAS
PRODUCING TERRESTRIAL AREAS
EXPORT TERMINAL
FLOATING PRODUCTION AND/OR STORAGE AND OFFLOADING VESSEL

PEMEX

09

24

Crude oil distribution


thousand barrels per day

Change
2009/2008

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

(%)

Availability

2 909

3 015

3 130

3 180

3 375

3 385

3 335

3 258

2 793

2 603

- 6.8

Production

2 906

3 012

3 127

3 177

3 371

3 383

3 333

3 256

3 078a
3 076

2 792

2 601

- 6.8

3.3

Distribution

2 890

2 986

3 106

3 163

3 358

3 363

3 320

3 234

3 058

2 754

2 594

- 5.8

To refineries

1 132

1 127

1 140

1 172

1 246

1 258

1 275

1 242

1 231

1 216

1 264

4.0

57

104

62

130

112

97

81

80

150

136

146

145

150

134

131

122

126

131

97

- 25.7

1 551

1 620

1 757

1 716

1 848

1 874

1 833

1 789

1 701

1 407

1 232

- 12.5

Naphtha and condensates

To abroad processing
To petrochemical plants
To exports terminals
Linefill, stock changes,
losses, injections,
transfers and statistical
differences

a.

19

29

25

17

17

22

15

25

20

39

10

- 75.1

Oil distribution, 2009

thousand barrels per day

To refineries
48.8%
To petrochemical
plants
3.8%
To exports
terminals
47.5%

Adjusted and corrected production by water content.

FPSO YUM KAKNAB (LORD OF THE SEA),


Campeche Sound

Exploration
and Production

Natural gas distribution


million cubic feet per day
Natural gas utilization

Change

million cubic feet per day

2009/2008

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

Availability

5 532

5 589

5 478

5 472

5 619

5 742

5 984

6 571

7 211

8 055

8 198

1.8

Production

4 791

4 679

4 511

4 423

4 498

4 573

4 818

5 356

6 058

6 919

7 031

1.6

8000
6000
4000
2000

(%)

Sour gas

3 567

3 445

3 294

3 164

3 133

2 994

2 937

3 075

3 415

4 236

4 315

1.8

Sweet gas

1 223

1 234

1 216

1 260

1 365

1 579

1 881

2 281

2 644

2 682

2 716

1.3

From Pemex-Gas
and Basic Petrochemicals
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009

To atmosphere
Utilization

Distribution

741

909

967

1 048

1 121

1 169

1 166

1 215

1 153

1 136

1 167

2.8

5 532

5 589

5 478

5 472

5 620

5 742

5 984

6 571

7 211

8 055

8 198

1.8

Self-consumption a

398

406

439

443

441

521

618

665

785

848

1 128

33.1

To atmosphere

569

545

425

318

296

180

198

286

560

1 347

1 044

- 22.5

Carbon dioxide (CO2)

102

95

78

52

43

27

16

15

13

13

12

- 8.0

Natural gas

468

450

347

266

254

153

182

271

547

1 334

1 032

- 22.6

11

10

- 19

-8

-9

- 189.7

26

25

31

23

24.4

and plants

270

242

271

241

261

233

240

267

244

225

227

0.7

To Pemex-Refining

17

12

22

3.8

4 271

4 372

4 321

4 411

4 585

4 775

4 923

5 340

5 621

5 638

5 784

2.6

750

752

710

697

763

815

998

1 152

1 334

1 382

1 326

- 4.1

Net linefill
Carbon dioxide (CO2) injected
to deposits
Condensation in pipelines

To PGPB
To pipelines
To processing plants b

3 521

3 620

3 611

3 714

3 823

3 960

3 926

4 188

4 287

4 256

4 458

4.8

Sweetening plants

3 074

3 165

3 176

3 208

3 325

3 296

3 118

3 162

3 150

3 190

3 388

6.2

447

455

435

506

498

664

807

1 025

1 138

1 066

1 070

0.4

Cryogenic plants
Statistical difference and
measurement errors c

a.
b.
c.

PEMEX

09

26

Includes residual and field gas used in process and injection pressure boosting.
Includes gas for pressure boosting purposes.
Non significative figure.

Habitation platform,
Campeche Sound

GAS

03

2009
Processing
Natural gas (MMcfd)
Condensates (Mbd)
Production
Dry gas (MMcfd) *
Natural gas liquids (Mbd)
LPG (Mbd)
Number of sweetening plants
Capacity of:
Sour natural gas (MMcfd)
Sour condensates (Mbd)
Number of cryogenic plants
Capacity (MMcfd)
LPG distribution terminals
Pipeline (km)
Natural gas
Products
* Plant production.

4 436
51
3 572
378
181
20
4 503
144
21
5 792
18
9 032
3 643

Gas

Processing capacity
million cubic feet per day

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

Sweetening plants
Sour condensates (Mbd)
Sour natural gas

192

192

144

144

144

144

144

144

144

144

144

3 753

3 753

3 923

4 173

4 503

4 503

4 503

4 503

4 503

4 503

4 503

Liquids recovery plants

5 034

5 034

5 034

5 034

5 146

5 546

5 342

5 742

5 742

5 942

5 792

Cryogenics

4 559

4 559

4 559

4 559

4 592

4 992

4 992

5 392

5 392

5 592

5 792

Absorption

475

475

475

475

554

554

350

350

350

350

Liquids fractionating a (Mbd)

554

554

554

563

569

574

574

587

587

587

569

a.

Includes liquids recovery plants.

Natural gas processing and production


million cubic feet per day

Change
2009/2008

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

(%)

Processing
Wet gas
Sour gas
Sweet gas a
Gas to liquified extraction
Wet gas
Reprocessing streams b

3 527

3 691

3 677

3 770

3 853

3 963

3 879

4 153

4 283

4 240

4 436

4.6

3 071

3 220

3 227

3 260

3 360

3 349

3 153

3 203

3 162

3 188

3 381

6.0

456

471

450

510

492

614

726

950

1 120

1 052

1 055

0.3

3 612

3 710

3 693

3 746

3 829

3 925

3 810

4 108

4 264

4 224

4 399

4.1

3 378

3 536

3 526

3 600

3 689

3 803

3 712

3 987

4 134

4 085

4 252

4.1

234

174

166

146

141

123

98

121

130

139

146

5.0

2 709

2 791

2 804

2 916

3 029

3 144

3 147

3 445

3 546

3 461

3 572

3.2

447

445

443

418

428

451

436

436

405

376

378

0.6
- 1.0

Production (Mbd)
Dry gas c (MMpcd)
Natural gas liquids d
LPG

201

204

206

205

212

225

215

215

199

182

181

Ethane

160

156

147

127

125

133

129

127

119

117

121

3.1

84

85

88

84

86

90

88

92

85

74

76

1.9

Gasolines
Others e
Sulfur (Mt)

- 50.0

687

661

684

703

757

759

692

711

659

660

712

7.8

a. Includes sweet vapors from condensates.


b. Gas from pipeline at the cryogenic plants located in Pajaritos, Poza Rica, Reynosa and from internal processes at La Cangrejera.
c.
Excludes ethane injected to dry gas pipelines.
d. Includes stabilized condensates, reprocessing streams from La Cangrejera and others streams for fractionating.
e. Heavy products from Reynosa and liquids transferred to the Madero Refinery.

PEMEX

09

30

GAS
GAS PROCESSING CENTER
LPG distribution terminal

31

STATISTICAL YEARBOOK

Gas

Dry gas balance

million cubic feet per day


Domestic sales
and imports of
dry natural gas

Change
2009/2008

mllion cubic feet per


day
4000
3500
3000
2500
2000
1500
1000

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

3 734

3 885

3 921

4 309

4 655

4 836

4 724

5 136

5 353

5 367

5 393

0.5

Production

2 709

2 791

2 804

2 916

3 029

3 144

3 147

3 445

3 546

3 461

3 572

3.2

1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009

DEALERS SECTOR
Power autogeneration
sector
Power sector
Industrial-distributors
sector
Imports

From processing plants

114

98

101

91

95

108

94

87

87

76

74

- 3.5

750

752

710

697

763

815

998

1 152

1 334

1 382

1 325

- 4.1

Imports

146

231

292

592

757

766

480

451

386

447

422

- 5.6

Others

14

13

14

13

10

Demand

3 653

3 859

3 851

4 299

4 620

4 813

4 688

5 116

5 330

5 369

5 363

- 0.1

Self-consumption

1 620

1 775

1 829

1 870

1 993

2 056

2 033

2 130

2 128

2 176

2 177

136

24

25

24

33

139

107

67

- 38.0

Domestic sales a

1 899

2 061

1 993

2 425

2 622

2 756

2 634

2 952

3 064

3 086

3 119

1.1

Industrial-distributors sector

1 194

1 190

984

1 132

1 138

1 094

1 073

1 156

1 185

1 127

1 000

- 11.3

705

871

1 010

1 293

1 484

1 535

1 422

1 663

1 740

1 671

1 801

7.8

127

139

133

139

140

136

- 2.9

Power sector
Power autogeneration sector

148

183

23.2

Linefill

Dealers sector

-1

-1

-2

-1

- 173.2

Difference

80

26

71

10

35

23

38

18

22

-2

a.

natural gas processing


and DRY GAS production
mIllion cubic feet per day

(%)

From producing fields of PEP

Exports

500
0

1999
Supply

30 -1 496.7

Measured volumes at 1 Kg/cm2 and 20 C.

Gas processing by center


million cubic feet per day

5000

Change
4000

2009/2008

3000

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

Gas processing

3 527

3 691

3 677

3 770

3 853

3 963

3 879

4 153

4 283

4 240

4 436

4.6

Sour wet gas

3 071

3 220

3 227

3 260

3 360

3 349

3 153

3 203

3 162

3 188

3 381

6.0

Cactus

1 448

1 490

1 550

1 581

1 533

1 431

1 373

1 334

1 404

1 597

1 712

7.2

674

699

787

785

922

941

826

918

884

831

847

1.9

Ciudad Pemex
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009

2000

Natural gas processing


Dry gas production

Matapionche

103

115

96

94

81

81

73

74

67

54

51

6.8

Nuevo Pemex

734

750

648

676

696

760

741

744

668

593

658

10.9
12.5

28

34

32

32

31

26

23

Poza Rica

Arenque

112

166

145

124

100

100

107

100

109

86

91

5.7

Sweet wet gas

456

471

450

510

492

614

726

950

1 120

1 052

1 055

0.3

Ciudad Pemex

- 12.9

117

135

84

102

65

70

63

45

67

60

52

La Venta

90

67

61

62

60

65

46

45

53

62

57

- 8.2

Reynosa a

232

254

286

336

356

233

223

197

183

117

11

- 90.5

Burgos
Nuevo Pemex
a.

PEMEX

09

32

(%)

In liquidation process.

241

385

646

804

808

932

15.4

18

16

19

10

12

17

14

- 50.6

Domestic sales of dry gas, LPG and petrochemicals


Change
2009/2008

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

(%)

33 688.7 57 028.7 59 207.3 57 281.2 88 935.8 113 013.4 129 182.4 129 904.6 135 137.9 165 723.4 109 428.7

- 34.0

Dry natural gas


production and
domestic sales

million cubic feet per day

million pesos a
Dry gas

15 557.5 27 594.9 28 914.1 30 313.0 51 207.9 69 229.9 79 064.8 75 354.6 78 644.1 105 436.3 58 102.1

- 44.9

LPG

17 597.6 28 469.2 29 327.2 26 137.4 36 855.6 42 662.9 48 530.8 52 706.1 54 456.5 55 972.2 49 461.3

- 11.6

Petrochemicals

533.6

964.6

966.0

830.8

872.3 1 120.6 1 586.9 1 843.9 2 037.4 4 314.9 1 865.3

- 56.8

Hexane

121.2

115.1

142.6

134.0

217.6

286.0

405.6

378.3

344.8

484.6

367.5

- 24.2

Sulfur

148.1

130.6

72.8

110.5

194.2

189.0

189.2

238.1

236.1 1 817.7

32.4

- 98.2

Carbon black

117.5

210.3

120.1

135.7

274.4

371.0

640.5

819.8 1 038.5 1 423.6 1 149.9

31.6

29.4

2.7

47.4

23.1

46.3

38.8

Pentanes

72.6

63.1

115.2

73.6

- 19.2

Heptane

23.1

22.3

24.7

20.3

30.1

41.6

64.0

69.8

68.3

85.8

55.1

- 35.8

20.7

35.3

39.2

36.5

54.7

69.7

88.2

100.3

141.1

168.5

119.2

- 29.2

Propane

16.0

25.3

23.3

18.8

27.9

40.8

44.1

49.1

60.5

78.7

49.3

- 37.4

4.4

7.5

6.3

2.5

0.4

Absorption solvent
Others

3500
3000
2500
2000

- 36.1

Butane
Isobutane

4000

4.7

13.2

14.4

26.4

41.6

62.2

111.9

109.8

81.1

132.2

10.0

- 92.5

46.3

375.5

520.0

298.7

8.2

14.0

4.4

6.0

3.9

8.7

8.4

- 3.5

1500
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009

Total b

Domestic sales
Production

thousand tons
Dry gas (MMcfd)

1 899.1 2 060.8 1 993.3 2 425.1 2 622.4 2 755.9 2 633.9 2 955.2 3 064.4 3 086.3 3 118.8
311.5

329.7

324.7

331.9

326.9

327.6

281.0

- 3.5

Petrochemicals

648.8

785.0

869.8

861.4

793.7

931.2 1 025.9 1 047.7 1 066.0 1 128.1 1 003.2

- 11.1

38.9

34.0

41.3

39.7

52.5

52.1

49.7

38.0

39.0

36.4

33.6

- 7.8

Sulfur

347.1

347.6

394.5

448.9

470.0

539.4

551.7

580.4

579.3

667.8

593.3

- 11.2

Carbon black

189.8

197.4

154.4

149.8

208.1

265.8

336.0

350.9

383.8

354.1

330.7

- 6.6

18.4

10.9

1.4

20.5

6.9

9.4

7.1

11.1

8.4

11.2

10.7

- 4.8
- 21.2

Hexane

Pentanes

313.4

305.4

300.5

291.3

1.1

LPG (Mbd)

Heptane

7.2

6.4

7.0

5.8

7.1

7.4

7.6

6.9

7.3

6.2

4.9

Butane

8.7

9.9

11.4

12.8

13.3

13.2

14.8

14.6

19.0

16.6

17.2

3.4

Propane

6.7

7.0

6.6

6.8

6.7

7.9

7.7

7.5

8.3

8.1

7.7

- 4.9

Isobutane

1.8

2.0

1.7

0.8

0.1

Absorption solvent

5.7

14.7

22.1

25.8

27.1

33.5

50.5

37.3

20.2

26.6

4.2

- 84.0

24.5

155.1

229.3

150.5

1.9

2.6

0.8

1.0

0.6

1.0

0.9

- 6.7

Others
a.
b.
c.

Cash flow.
Not includes V.A.T.
Includes miscellaneous products.

33

STATISTICAL YEARBOOK

REFINING

04

thousand barrels per day


Processing
Production
Domestic sales of refined products
Facilities
Atmospheric distillation
capacity
Number of refineries
Storage and distribution terminals
Service stations
Pipeline (km)
Crude oil
Products

1 295
1 343
1 490

1 540
6
77
8 803
5 201
8 958

REFINING
refineRY
STORAGE & DISTRIBUTION TERMINAL
PIPELINES

PEMEX

09

36

Refining capacity
thousand barrels per day
Atmospheric distillation

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

1 525

1 559

1 559

1 540

1 540

1 540

1 540

1 540

1 540

1 540

1 540

Vacuum distillation

757

775

774

768

768

768

768

754

754

754

754

Cracking

368

375

375

396

396

375

375

381

381

381

381

Visbreaking

141

141

141

141

141

141

141

91

91

91

91

Reforming

226

269

269

301

301

301

301

279

279

279

279

Hydrodesulfurization a

748

808

848

987

987

987

987

926

926

926

926

Alkylation and Isomerization a

106

139

139

144

144

144

144

152

152

128

128

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

Coking
a.

Excludes La Cangrejera since 2008.

Refining production
thousand barrels per day

Change
2009/2008

1999
LPG
Gasolines
Nova/Base a
Pemex Magna b
Ultra Low sulfur Magna c
Pemex Premium
Others
Jet fuel
Other kerosenes
Diesel
Low sulfur content
Pemex Diesel
Ultra Low sulfur Diesel c
Others
Industrial fuel oil
Fuel oil
Asphalts
Lubricants
Paraffines
Refinery gas
Other refined products d
Petrochemicals (Mt)
a.
b.
c.
d.

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

thousand barrels per day

2009

(%)

1600

1 284.2 1 245.9 1 267.1 1 275.9 1 342.9 1 361.2 1 338.3 1 329.7 1 312.4 1 306.9 1 342.7

2.7

1400

31.0

24.9

27.8

31.3

33.8

28.0

30.6

25.4

26.6

25.9

27.1

4.7

1200

405.8

393.0

390.2

398.2

445.2

466.7

455.1

456.2

456.4

450.7

471.5

4.6

1000

46.5

27.9

22.4

16.4

10.5

3.9

4.8

7.5

4.5

6.5

3.0

- 54.1

800

346.6

346.0

349.4

359.4

396.5

418.5

412.0

413.7

425.7

418.7

364.0

- 13.1

600

81.8

400

11.2

17.9

17.3

21.8

37.6

43.8

38.2

35.0

26.1

25.4

22.7

- 10.4

200

1.6

1.2

1.2

0.7

0.6

0.4

0.1

0.1

0.1

0.1

0.1

- 6.2

57.8

55.3

56.7

56.7

59.6

62.1

63.3

64.8

66.3

64.0

57.1

- 10.9

0.8

0.3

0.3

271.9

265.4

281.6

266.9

307.8

324.7

318.2

328.1

334.0

343.5

337.0

- 1.9

6.9

1.2

1.1

0.7

0.6

248.4

254.5

266.6

246.7

290.8

319.6

312.3

318.3

326.2

336.1

291.4

- 13.3

44.5

16.6

9.7

13.9

19.5

16.4

5.1

5.9

9.8

7.8

7.4

1.0

- 86.2

3.8

2.4

...

427.9

422.6

435.9

449.6

396.5

368.0

350.8

325.2

301.5

288.7

316.2

9.5

30.3

31.1

28.7

28.8

25.6

27.2

29.3

32.3

31.9

34.3

31.9

- 7.0

8.3

6.0

5.2

4.9

5.5

5.4

5.2

5.1

5.2

5.1

4.2

- 17.7

1.9

1.3

1.2

1.0

0.9

1.0

1.1

1.0

1.1

1.0

0.8

- 21.5

43.3

41.8

39.0

37.4

51.3

49.9

51.9

56.7

55.2

54.9

54.9

- 0.1

1.5

1.9

0.6

1.1

16.7

28.2

32.8

34.8

34.2

38.8

42.0

8.4

866.4

768.0

712.8

690.6

894.8 1 042.6 1 048.2 1 070.8 1 121.2 1 070.5 1 178.4

10.1

1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009

Refined products

Refinery production

Others
LPG
Jet fuel
Fuel oil
Diesel
Gasolines

Refers to unfinished gasoline.


Includes gasoline transfer from La Cangrejera to the Minatitlan Refinery.
It start production as of January 2009.
Includes aeroflex 1-2, coke, vacuum gas oil to export, furfural extract and flasher bottoms.

37

STATISTICAL YEARBOOK

Refining

Production by refinery
thousand barrels per day
Participation of
crude oil processing
by refinery, 2009

Change
2009/2008

2009

(%)

Processing

1 228.0 1 227.4 1 251.9 1 245.4 1 285.9 1 303.4 1 284.4 1 284.2 1 269.8 1 261.0 1 294.9

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2.7

Production a

1 272.7 1 243.1 1 261.6 1 262.4 1 327.5 1 349.1 1 325.3 1 327.8 1 312.4 1 306.9 1 342.7

2.7

Cadereyta
Processing

109.9

125.8

200.4

196.0

209.0

212.8

194.6

207.2

210.2

208.3

217.2

4.3

Production

114.4

120.7

204.6

206.7

227.5

220.1

199.9

214.6

218.5

220.1

224.5

2.0

Madero
Processing

149.8

149.3

105.9

108.0

141.2

145.3

141.9

149.3

141.4

152.1

151.8

- 0.2

Production

154.0

140.6

92.1

89.9

142.2

153.8

158.6

172.0

160.6

163.4

160.7

- 1.7

Minatitln
Processing

174.0

172.0

177.0

169.6

176.6

167.0

162.6

168.6

170.1

161.6

167.1

3.4

Production

183.6

177.4

181.9

175.8

178.2

174.7

176.4

173.1

173.8

171.7

179.7

4.7

Salamanca
Processing

178.2

186.0

185.7

185.4

185.0

198.6

197.0

196.4

187.6

192.5

192.1

- 0.2

Production

184.5

189.5

185.1

186.3

187.4

201.1

195.0

195.8

183.8

193.1

189.1

- 2.1

Salina Cruz
Processing

308.6

298.2

292.8

306.3

306.2

287.9

292.7

290.0

271.5

279.4

277.2

- 0.8

Production

323.3

315.7

303.7

322.7

320.1

303.1

301.2

299.5

284.0

290.0

289.6

- 0.1

Tula
Processing

307.5

296.2

290.3

280.1

267.8

291.9

295.6

272.7

288.9

267.2

289.5

8.4

Production

312.9

299.2

294.2

281.0

272.1

296.4

294.2

272.9

291.8

268.6

299.2

11.4

a.

Excludes products under abroad processing agreements.

Value of domestic sales a


million pesos

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

(%)

Total

95 188.3 157 073.4 142 508.5 135 623.2 186 882.5 255 244.1 326 924.3 383 307.0 421 622.9 490 003.8 466 117.7

- 4.9

Refined products

94 932.2 156 527.9 141 821.1 135 075.8 185 964.9 253 556.4 324 852.4 380 858.5 419 114.8 486 715.3 463 258.8

- 4.8

Gasolines
Pemex Magna
Pemex Premium
Aviation fuels
Others

Kerosenes
Jet fuel
Others c
Diesel
Pemex Diesel
Others
Industrial fuel oil
Fuel oil

45 980.3 75 184.0 71 895.6 70 004.0 99 443.1 145 192.7 184 883.9 221 972.2 247 625.4 266 286.8 258 778.0

- 2.8

40 946.8 65 334.6 60 734.8 57 327.1 80 864.0 117 390.9 150 793.1 181 286.7 209 006.5 231 071.4 233 307.2

1.0

4 775.0 9 552.8 10 874.5 12 428.9 18 364.1 27 591.2 33 857.6 40 410.7 38 331.9 34 909.6 25 180.3

- 27.9

115.3

113.0

112.3

125.3

130.1

119.7

172.0

180.4

212.9

236.9

240.9

143.3

183.8

174.1

122.8

84.8

90.9

61.2

94.4

74.1

69.0

1.7

49.6

- 28.1

3 899.9 6 780.8 5 806.6 5 326.9 7 344.0 11 081.5 16 388.7 19 089.5 23 552.5 32 038.3 18 439.9

- 42.4

3 800.2 6 681.6 5 681.6 5 193.9 7 229.0 10 951.1 16 241.3 18 897.1 23 369.3 31 936.4 18 320.7

- 42.6

99.7

119.2

17.0

22 669.0 37 917.3 33 793.0 30 244.6 44 706.9 61 473.2 78 736.5 88 373.6 96 920.1 111 424.7 121 521.5

9.1

18 406.1 30 386.3 27 589.3 25 424.8 36 538.9 51 675.9 67 014.4 76 036.1 84 752.0 96 434.7 106 129.0

10.1

4 262.9 7 531.0 6 203.6 4 819.9 8 168.0 9 797.3 11 722.1 12 337.5 12 168.2 14 990.0 15 392.4

2.7

284.0

99.3

317.4

125.0

9.3

133.0

115.0

130.5

147.4

192.3

183.2

101.9

20 250.4 33 521.7 27 653.0 26 709.1 30 896.3 31 528.8 39 520.7 43 298.9 42 395.7 61 670.2 51 907.6

- 15.8

Asphalts

988.2 1 648.5 1 513.7 1 812.0 2 304.2 2 857.8 3 538.3 5 759.5 6 107.4 11 492.9 10 277.1

- 10.6

Lubricants

705.0

999.0 1 008.2

855.2 1 126.7 1 245.0 1 536.3 2 059.9 2 167.9 3 318.1 2 000.5

- 39.7

Paraffines

154.1

157.2

141.2

122.9

119.7

144.7

201.3

225.2

247.7

371.6

235.3

- 36.7

1.2

2.0

0.5

1.0

24.0

32.6

46.7

79.8

98.0

112.7

99.0

- 12.1

256.1

545.4

687.5

547.4

917.6 1 687.7 2 071.9 2 448.6 2 508.1 3 288.4 2 859.0

- 13.1

Others d
Petrochemicals
a.
b.
c.
d.

Production and
domestic sales

thousand barrels per day


1750

1500

1250

1000
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009

Change
2009/2008

Production
Domestic sales

Cash flow.
Includes initial filling motor gasoline.
Includes domestic gas oil.
Coke and impregnant.

GENERAL Lzaro crdenas, refinery


Minatitln, Veracruz

Refining

Volume of domestic sales


thousand barrels per day

Change
2009/2008

1999
Refined products
Gasolines
Pemex Magna
Pemex Premium

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

(%)
- 2.9

512.6

532.7

551.8

566.2

601.2

636.7

672.1

718.9

760.9

792.6

792.4

0.0

468.0

472.3

476.5

476.5

500.2

525.5

559.6

601.8

658.9

706.2

727.7

3.0
- 25.2

58.9

73.9

88.5

100.1

110.4

111.7

116.3

101.3

85.7

64.1

0.5

0.4

0.4

0.4

0.4

0.4

0.5

0.5

0.5

0.5

0.5

- 3.0

Others a

1.2

1.1

1.0

0.8

0.4

0.4

0.3

0.2

0.2

0.1

0.1

- 19.0

Others b
Diesel
Pemex Diesel
Others
Industrial fuel oil
Fuel oil
Asphalts

56.1

56.2

56.1

54.1

54.9

58.5

59.5

62.2

68.8

65.4

55.4

- 15.3

55.3

55.5

55.3

53.3

54.2

57.8

58.7

61.2

67.9

65.0

55.0

- 15.4

0.8

0.7

0.8

0.8

0.7

0.7

0.8

1.0

0.9

0.4

0.4

1.5

274.7

284.7

275.8

270.7

294.7

302.7

320.1

344.9

358.4

382.0

359.0

- 6.0

224.9

228.6

226.4

228.0

240.7

255.4

273.4

297.9

314.5

332.0

314.5

- 5.3

49.8

56.1

49.4

42.7

54.0

47.3

46.7

46.9

43.9

50.0

44.5

- 11.1

4.3

2.3

...

470.8

492.4

474.9

406.2

354.6

332.5

340.6

263.7

256.9

219.6

209.0

- 4.8

19.5

20.6

20.9

21.6

22.2

24.5

26.9

28.8

29.9

32.6

30.7

- 5.9

Lubricants

5.8

6.4

5.5

5.2

5.7

5.7

5.7

5.5

5.7

5.6

4.5

- 19.0

Paraffines

1.3

1.3

1.2

1.1

1.0

1.1

1.1

1.0

1.1

1.0

0.8

- 21.2

Others c

1.1

1.8

0.4

1.3

22.8

28.4

31.2

31.4

33.1

35.9

38.0

5.9

84.5

201.1

301.6

235.3

272.3

286.0

289.0

333.8

290.9

278.9

365.4

31.0

Petrochemicals (Mt)
a.
b.
c.

40

2001

42.8

Jet fuel

09

2000

Aviation fuels
Kerosenes

PEMEX

2009

1 346.1 1 398.4 1 386.7 1 326.2 1 357.1 1 390.0 1 457.1 1 456.4 1 514.8 1 534.6 1 489.7

Includes initial filling motor gasoline.


Includes domestic gas oil.
Coke and impregnant.

Domestic sales of refined products by region a, 2009


thousand barrels per day

Total

Gasolines

Kerosenesb

Diesel

Fuel oil

Others

1 490

792

55

359

209

74

Central

380

224

22

72

56

Central - Western

339

184

86

41

20

Northeastern

299

152

86

12

44

Southern - Southeastern

298

133

13

64

84

Northwestern
174

100

51

17

Total

a.
b.

Economic Regionalization established by the Presidency of the United Mexican States.


Includes domestic gas oil.

Average end-user prices of selected refined products a

pesos per cubic meter



1999
Pemex Magna

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

4 538.66 5 048.03 5 454.05 5 746.38 5 955.37 6 137.68 6 332.16 6 610.58 6 913.18 7 266.78 7 721.67

Average end-user
prices of selected
refined products

Pemex Premium

4 996.22 5 601.58 6 112.49 6 441.48 6 675.42 7 171.26 7 477.26 7 847.26 8 512.60 9 096.31 9 570.00

Jet fuel

1 578.80 2 595.87 2 222.14 2 099.85 2 832.18 3 974.04 5 889.25 6 335.15 7 169.54 9 993.32 6 911.76

Mexican pesos per


cubic meter

Pemex Diesel

3 759.32 4 182.98 4 523.10 4 762.99 4 938.68 5 090.19 5 243.62 5 447.34 5 848.88 6 354.37 7 840.93

10000

Fuel oil

912.76 1 268.11 1 096.40 1 502.19 1 950.06 2 025.81 2 730.07 3 529.69 3 790.65 5 404.63 5 077.68

Asphalt

1 005.57 1 594.24 1 488.99 1 677.00 2 114.63 2 375.84 2 712.63 4 079.70 4 203.24 7 048.34 6 905.80

8000
6000

a.

Excludes northern border of the country. Includes taxes.


4000

Note: See note about Public Prices in the Glossary.

1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009

2000

Pemex Magna
Pemex Premium
Jet Fuel
Pemex Diesel
Fuel Oil
Asphalt

41

STATISTICAL YEARBOOK

Refining

Service stations by state



Total

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

5 564

6 166

6 732

7 172

7 554

7 940

8 351

8 803

51

50

51

53

60

70

71

73

75

79

92

230

225

238

260

295

331

352

363

389

411

426
104

Baja California Sur

42

44

48

54

61

65

76

83

92

99

Campeche

27

28

31

34

39

40

42

43

43

43

46

167

170

198

221

249

260

274

292

310

331

349

Colima

29

33

35

45

50

56

60

64

69

74

78

Chiapas

84

97

106

115

128

140

152

159

165

171

187

Chihuahua

249

250

261

277

330

363

390

411

434

449

460

Distrito Federal

289

302

314

309

317

322

328

327

326

330

334

Durango

100

106

118

126

143

154

157

164

171

172

172

Guanajuato

234

248

261

281

309

334

355

368

380

391

407

Guerrero

88

94

107

114

129

140

145

156

163

165

175

Hidalgo

101

105

121

139

155

170

180

192

208

216

225

Jalisco

328

342

365

377

412

436

462

498

551

586

625

Mxico

319

337

371

425

469

518

561

603

637

672

713

Michoacn

205

215

236

250

275

301

316

321

330

341

358

46

49

56

61

76

84

91

96

99

110

114

Nayarit
Nuevo Len

51

54

60

65

70

75

76

82

86

92

101

285

307

340

372

419

461

494

511

517

538

565

Oaxaca

91

98

100

104

112

122

137

143

150

160

177

Puebla

187

192

215

246

272

289

294

306

318

326

343

Quertaro

73

80

87

92

95

106

114

121

126

135

142

Quintana Roo

29

32

46

55

60

71

79

86

87

98

116

San Luis Potos

105

108

118

129

142

153

164

172

179

192

212

Sinaloa

154

157

171

196

230

265

281

300

319

341

360

Sonora

235

246

260

275

295

320

349

376

391

407

424

Tabasco

59

63

72

80

90

99

100

104

107

116

124
458

Tamaulipas

222

222

238

265

289

319

337

365

400

434

Tlaxcala

45

46

50

53

56

60

65

70

73

78

84

Veracruz

235

251

268

285

317

359

399

421

447

474

499

Yucatn
Zacatecas

42

2001
5 139

Aguascalientes

Morelos

09

2000
4 738

Baja California

Coahuila

PEMEX

1999
4 546

85

85

89

95

102

116

127

134

142

153

162

101

102

108

111

120

133

144

150

156

167

171

GENERAL Lzaro crdenas refinery,


Minatitln, Veracruz

05

PETROCHEMICALS

Thousand tons
Production
Domestic sales
Facilities
Number of plants
Number of centers
Installed capacity
Pipelines (km) *
* Includes pipeline rack.

7 587
2 695
39
8
13 061
731

PETROCHEMICALS
PETROCHEMICAL CEnTER
PIPELINES

PEMEX

09

46

Installed capacity by center


thousand tons
Total

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

11 732

11 647

11 189

11 562

12 497

12 546

12 571

12 571

12 572

12 798

13 061

Cosoleacaque

4 696

4 696

4 736

4 998

4 975

4 975

4 975

4 975

4 977

4 977

4 976

La Cangrejera

2 973

2 873

2 297

2 427

3 205

3 255

3 280

3 280

3 279

3 280

3 280

Morelos

2 031

2 031

2 134

2 107

2 263

2 263

2 263

2 263

2 262

2 262

2 535

Pajaritos

1 066

1 066

1 066

1 021

1 021

1 021

1 021

1 021

1 021

1 246

1 246

Escoln

333

333

337

337

337

337

337

337

337

337

337

Camargo

297

297

297

333

333

333

333

333

333

333

333

San Martn Texmelucan

231

246

260

268

288

288

288

288

287

287

287

Tula

60

60

62

71

76

76

76

76

76

76

66

Reynosa

45

45

LA CANGREJERA PETROchemical center


COATZACOALCOS, VERACRUZ

Petrochemicals

Petrochemical production
thousand tons
Petrochemical
production, 2009

Change
2009/2008

Total

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

(%)

6 836

5 994

5 889

6 085

6 223

6 219

6 572

7 497

7 841

7 587

- 3.2

Methane derivatives

3 019

2 271

1 752

1 663

1 383

1 668

1 242

1 404

1 859

2 202

1 962

- 10.9

Ammonia

1 219

923

707

680

534

681

514

592

760

896

790

- 11.8

Carbonic anhydride

1 616

1 159

856

814

658

821

647

727

1 087

1 262

1 172

- 7.1

184

189

189

169

190

165

81

85

12

44

2 696

2 636

2 408

2 309

2 218

2 073

2 440

2 748

2 607

2 604

2 695

3.5

Methanol
Ethane derivatives

Others
Methane derivatives
Ethane derivatives
Aromatics
and derivatives
Propylene
and derivatives

1999
7 991

Acetaldehyde

196

113

58

51

57

Vinyl chloride

180

184

150

158

113

63

159

209

235

157

155

- 1.2
- 2.9

Dichloroethane
Ethylene
Ethylene glycol

294

302

245

253

186

110

260

353

391

267

259

1 153

1 158

1 063

994

982

1 007

1 085

1 128

1 001

1 062

1 160

9.3

116

124

132

119

139

145

150

178

163

193

152

- 21.3
- 18.8

Ethylene oxide

300

307

307

302

312

299

321

361

301

344

280

HD Polyethylene

165

174

178

147

158

181

169

167

157

170

195

14.9

LD Polyethylene

291

272

276

284

271

262

296

352

358

412

495

20.1

1 235

667

642

670

795

1 222

1 187

1 089

1 338

1 354

1 233

- 8.9

76

10

10

14

15

- 40.7

Aromatics and derivatives


Heavy aromatics
Aromine 100

117

41

40

31

84

140

106

102

120

104

37

- 64.1

Benzene

102

106

94

107

114

136

160

135

118

101

79

- 22.0

Cumene

Styrene

117

144

124

128

101

162

142

139

134

120

91

- 23.7

Ethylbenzene

131

158

140

140

114

179

155

156

149

136

105

- 22.6

17.2

Orthoxylene

26

10

28

35

27

29

19

Paraxylene

179

55

201

220

185

187

112

Toluene

181

141

152

183

235

214

253

203

175

153

139

- 9.2

Xylenes

301

66

86

68

73

31

35

28

30

46

60

29.8

116

69

100

124

249

433

73.8

Fluxoil

High octane hydrocarbon


Octane basis gasoline

89

Amorphous gasoline

253

296

186

- 36.9
77.4

193

180

127

115

125

116

104

24

47

17

31

Acetonitrile

...

Hydrocyanic acid

11

Acrylonitrile

66

124

32

61

77

72

63

24

12

Polypropylene

37

- 4.9

Propylene and derivatives

82

32

89

45

36

34

32

24

20

17

17

Others

Propylene

848

1 083

1 065

1 133

1 564

1 145

1 246

1 307

1 646

1 664

1 666

0.1

Hydrochloric acid

105

107

87

92

66

38

93

126

141

93

92

- 1.2
- 24.8

Muriatic acid

25

27

31

24

14

11

16

44

50

49

37

Raw butane

46

42

36

35

36

41

46

44

35

33

37

13.9

11

11

11

10

10

13

14

11

11

11

- 0.7

Petrochemical specialities a
Heptane

21

15

13

18

11

15

14

13

23

20

- 15.2

Hexane

61

54

62

57

70

66

66

53

56

54

46

- 15.6
- 25.7

Hydrogen

15

167

162

184

167

161

148

110

Nitrogen

112

105

96

109

106

112

118

117

106

135

149

10.2

Oxygen

453

413

380

376

399

418

433

447

410

455

445

- 2.3
56.4

Pentanes

112

89

139

Petrochemical polymer

...

Heavy reformate

303

337

357

413

Others

11

65

265

278

262

281

551

574

581

1.2

a.

Includes additives for motor gasoline, antifreeze compounds, dispersing agents, dewaxers, corrosion inhibitors, surfactants and smoke suppressors.

Production by petrochemical center


thousand tons

Change
2009/2008

Total

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

(%)

7 991

6 836

5 994

5 889

6 085

6 223

6 219

6 572

7 497

7 841

7 587

- 3.2

La Cangrejera

2 465

1 985

1 936

2 088

2 549

2 747

2 817

2 698

3 239

3 207

3 192

- 0.5

Cosoleacaque

2 836

1 922

1 468

1 433

1 192

1 503

1 161

1 319

1 748

2 059

1 871

- 9.2

Morelos

1 379

1 470

1 447

1 319

1 551

1 470

1 533

1 553

1 482

1 824

1 833

0.5

Pajaritos

813

857

699

675

503

222

529

865

966

697

680

- 2.3

San Martn Texmelucan

- 80.4

215

241

200

180

200

175

94

99

23

55

11

Camargo a

15

162

95

61

Tula

52

61

36

56

57

63

58

27

217

137

112

78

32

43

28

38

10

Escoln
a.

Camargo unit are shut down since 2003.

LA CANGREJERA petrochemical center,


COATZACOALCOS, VERACRUZ

Petrochemicals

Value of petrochemical domestic sales a


million pesos

Change
2009/2008

1999
Total b

2009

(%)

9 330.3 9 954.7 7 947.2 7 074.0 10 634.8 16 412.9 19 727.4 20 366.2 21 424.2 25 823.6 19 329.3

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

- 25.2

Methane derivatives

1 559.4 1 549.2 1 437.7 1 094.8 1 637.5 2 168.2 2 543.7 2 685.9 3 124.9 5 438.8 3 895.0

- 28.4

Ammonia

1 411.9 1 352.1 1 262.6

- 26.8

Carbonic anhydride
Methanol
Ethane derivatives

947.1 1 431.7 1 895.7 2 178.6 2 174.9 2 638.9 4 882.7 3 576.5

31.6

23.0

18.8

18.0

32.6

54.1

55.2

42.9

60.3

60.5

53.5

- 11.6

115.9

174.1

156.3

129.8

173.1

218.4

309.9

468.0

425.7

495.6

265.1

- 46.5

5 494.6 5 905.9 4 774.8 4 054.2 6 194.0 8 327.1 10 266.8 11 240.6 11 742.2 14 137.8 11 983.9

- 15.2

Acetaldehyde

387.2

195.3

75.5

66.6

86.3

Vinyl chloride

503.8

821.5

513.5

519.6

616.0

Dichloroethane

13.6

591.9 1 388.3 1 623.1 1 638.1 1 264.6 1 103.7

- 12.7

0.4

0.4

0.2

...

0.2

0.1

0.2

139.1

211.5

121.6

131.4

205.3

316.4

381.9

430.6

330.2

492.1

95.0

- 80.7

Ethylene glycol

382.1

405.6

381.8

379.3

632.7 1 130.1

888.8 1 136.3 1 621.1 2 037.0 1 216.6

- 40.3

Ethylene oxide

892.4 1 114.3

976.4

882.1 1 397.4 1 767.5 2 151.0 2 212.2 1 810.1 2 352.2 1 563.7

- 33.5

884.3

557.3 1 114.1 1 537.9 1 859.4 2 068.2 1 938.9 2 362.9 2 089.1

- 11.6

Ethylene

HD Polyethylene

1 102.8 1 048.3

LD Polyethylene

2 086.9 2 109.1 1 821.3 1 517.9 2 141.9 2 969.5 3 597.2 3 770.1 4 403.8 5 629.0 5 915.6

5.1

Aromatics and derivatives

1 654.5 1 661.3 1 237.8 1 312.0 1 910.8 4 654.9 5 563.8 5 831.5 5 898.5 5 335.1 2 704.0

- 49.3

Heavy aromatics

16.9

5.5

Aromine 100

23.6

29.4

24.5

16.2

30.9

38.1

51.8

83.7

89.8

128.8

131.5

2.1

2.1

2.4

62.6

19.4

13.7

22.0

29.0

31.7

853.0 1 671.3 1 712.8 1 618.2 1 738.9 1 807.0 1 146.7

- 36.5

Benzene

22.9

29.6

29.1

24.1

Styrene

561.1

983.3

625.3

717.5

Ethylbenzene

0.1

Fluxoil

3.5

4.5

3.9

4.3

4.4

5.9

6.5

3.9

4.5

162.8

259.4

259.3

305.7

231.9

- 100.0

306.1 1 698.9 2 198.0 2 344.4 2 294.6 1 611.4

- 100.0

Orthoxylene

67.7

5.2

Paraxylene

555.6

1.1

Benzene - Toluene
Toluene
Xylenes
Propylene and derivatives
Hydrocyanic acid
Acrylonitrile
Isopropyl alcohol
Polypropylene

46.5

141.2

16.0

4.6

314.0

372.3

240.7

367.9

494.0

735.6

829.7

990.6

340.0

963.5 1 015.7

962.2

- 5.3

89.0

183.8

173.1

166.0

215.5

443.1

512.0

487.8

518.3

434.5

- 16.2

598.5

806.2

457.7

526.4

761.1 1 116.9 1 087.3

339.8

346.8

386.6

400.5

3.3

2.8

9.3

5.6

2.6

0.6

312.1

616.7

196.8

368.6

619.1

879.0

815.3

20.6

21.5

4.2

195.4 4 531.8

35.7

214.8

116.8

40.7

31.7

3.8

Propylene

33.2

63.3

214.5

123.5

138.2

237.9

271.9

319.2

325.3

382.4

204.5

- 46.7

Others c

23.3

32.2

39.4

86.7

131.5

145.8

265.9

268.4

311.8

525.3

345.9

- 34.2

a.
b.
c.

Cash flow.
Not includes V.A.T.
Includes butadiene, cat heavy naphtha, carbon tetrachoride, gas naphtha, impregnating agent, polyethylene wax, nitrogen, oxygen and others
products.

Volume of petrochemical domestic sales


thousand tons

Change
2009/2008

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

(%)

3 584

2 519

2 323

2 199

2 115

2 351

2 480

2 488

2 684

2 784

2 695

- 3.2

Methane derivatives

1 787

1 055

958

856

732

813

838

839

1 023

1 197

1 237

3.4

Ammonia

1 231

815

752

644

541

584

587

600

714

826

895

8.3

472

152

126

147

132

163

161

131

223

288

270

- 6.3

85

87

80

65

59

67

90

108

86

83

73

- 12.5
1.4

Total

Carbonic anhydride
Methanol

1 135

990

916

902

916

881

952

1 066

1 076

1 092

1 108

Acetaldehyde

Ethane derivatives

163

77

22

23

21

Vinyl chloride

158

173

148

150

125

82

177

214

231

161

163

1.6

Dichloroethane
Ethylene
Ethylene glycol

...

...

...

...

...

...

...

32

34

23

35

37

45

43

39

32

36

10

- 72.0

116

93

103

112

111

128

103

141

169

191

152

- 20.1
- 14.7

Ethylene oxide

224

223

214

219

220

200

222

243

196

212

181

HD Polyethylene

168

138

139

103

149

162

150

153

146

153

168

9.4

LD Polyethylene

274

253

266

259

254

260

258

276

302

339

433

27.8

Aromatics and derivatives

505

331

309

304

330

521

558

489

476

389

248

- 36.2

13

10

12

16.2

Heavy aromatics
Aromine 100
Benzene
Styrene

...

...

56.3

117

143

125

126

114

141

136

122

124

117

99

- 15.6

Ethylbenzene

...

Fluxoil

Orthoxylene

23

21

31

26

28

19

- 100.0

Paraxylene

178

51

201

221

183

184

113

- 100.0

Benzene - Toluene
Toluene
Xylenes
Propylene and derivatives
Hydrocyanic acid
Acrylonitrile

13

40

120

101

75

109

107

101

100

99

86

85

93

10.1

32

51

50

49

47

47

53

49

44

43

41

- 5.1

131

116

107

96

100

106

83

30

30

25

37

47.9

71

84

37

57

72

75

57

39

16

...

Propylene

12

12

61

32

27

31

26

29

29

25

25

1.5

Others a

25

27

34

41

37

30

48

64

79

81

65

- 20.0

a.

Aromatics
and derivatives
Propylene
and derivatives
Others
Methane derivatives
Ethane derivatives

11 5 945.8

Polypropylene

Isopropyl alcohol

participation of
Petrochemical
domestic sales, 2009

Includes butadiene, cat heavy naphtha, carbon tetrachoride, gas naphtha, impregnating agent, polyethylene wax, nitrogen, oxygen and others
products.

MORELOS petrochemical center,


COATZACOALCOS, VERACRUZ

Petrochemicals

Average end-user prices of selected petrochemicals a


pesos per ton

1999

Average end-user
prices of selected
petrochemicals

Acrylonitrile b
Ammonia

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

4 853.42 8 605.74 6 580.07 7 469.60 10 449.30 14 157.74 17 877.27 18 363.68 19 481.76 22 474.70 21 360.87
951.22 1 507.03 1 417.15 1 543.23 2 836.99 3 368.54 3 821.70 3 607.90 3 680.05 6 179.14 3 933.81

Mexican pesos per ton

Vinyl chloride
Styrene

5 644.87 8 502.25 5 980.09 7 330.88 9 552.96 14 656.19 15 459.45 16 088.82 17 230.05 18 917.49 14 829.32

25000

Monoethylene glycol, FG

3 743.82 4 842.91 4 005.25 3 828.99 6 566.23 9 829.28 10 575.21 10 100.22 12 350.00 11 893.49 9 791.05

20000
15000
10000

1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009

Hexane

3 268.44 3 439.34 3 541.13 3 485.41 4 246.66 5 633.58 8 397.32 10 211.45 9 246.02 13 658.05 11 555.82

HD Polyethylene

7 411.47 8 391.07 6 704.21 6 068.08 8 669.71 10 896.08 14 438.62 15 935.34 15 740.79 17 999.30 14 419.14

LD Polyethylene

8 795.44 9 795.86 7 757.04 6 730.91 9 808.60 13 342.24 16 385.42 15 914.55 16 926.10 19 488.87 16 031.77

Toluene

2 638.22 3 695.47 3 374.94 3 468.18 4 697.58 7 453.91 8 957.47 10 253.91 11 729.38 12 467.26 10 848.80

a.
b.

5000

vinyl chloride
Low density polyethylene
Styrene
Ammonia
Acrylonitrile

PEMEX

09

52

3 484.80 5 393.60 4 328.81 3 965.52 5 850.73 7 605.36 9 391.10 8 430.83 7 684.10 8 607.76 7 144.72

Not includes V.A.T.


For 2008, january-may average Producing Center Tula; 2009, november-december Producing Center Morelos.

Note: See note about Public Prices in the Glossary.

MORELOS petrochemical center,


COATZACOALCOS, VERACRUZ

INTERNATIONAL TRADE

06

2008 World Crude Oil Exports by Country


thousand barrels per day
Saudi Arabia
Former USSR
Iran
United Arab Emirates
Nigeria
Iraq
Venezuela
Kuwait
Norway
Canada
Mexico

7 322
5 646
2 438
2 334
2 098
1 855
1 770
1 739
1 702
1 525
1 403

Source: OPEC (Annual Statistical Bulletin 2008) and Petrleos Mexicanos.

International Trade

Balance of Trade

million of U.S. dollars

Hydrocarbon exports and imports



Change
2009/2008

50000

1999

30000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

(%)

Net exports

7 215.2 11 294.5 8 836.1 11 374.7 14 444.1 17 856.4 22 339.1 27 380.3 25 643.5 26 069.2 16 509.0

- 36.7

Exports

9 884.9 15 966.3 12 944.7 14 691.1 18 437.9 23 421.6 31 702.6 38 671.9 42 581.6 49 543.3 30 615.0

- 38.2

Crude oil

20000

Olmeca

1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009

10000
0

2000

million of U. S. dollars

40000

Exports
Imports
net Exports

8 829.5 14 552.9 11 927.7 13 392.2 16 676.3 21 257.9 28 329.4 34 706.8 37 937.5 43 341.5 25 693.2

- 40.7

2 830.7 4 219.9 2 775.7 2 222.9 2 307.7 3 187.9 4 246.2 5 443.4 4 469.1 4 712.2 3 444.9

- 26.9

Istmo

1 211.2 1 119.5

327.4

- 52.1

Maya

4 787.7 9 213.4 8 446.1 10 776.8 14 113.2 17 689.2 22 513.5 27 835.4 32 418.5 37 946.3 21 920.9

- 42.2

Condensates
Dry gas a

705.9

392.5

255.4

380.9 1 569.6 1 427.9 1 049.9

683.1

1.6

17.8

40.4

23.7

114.3

48.8

47.8

4.0

78.9

71.8

350.5

316.3

103.5

- 67.3

Refined products

832.7 1 118.9

856.3 1 182.0 1 612.3 1 929.2 2 951.0 3 570.8 4 051.5 5 536.8 4 671.0

- 15.6

Petrochemicals

108.4

112.9

147.3

- 57.7

2 669.7 4 671.8 4 108.5 3 316.5 3 993.8 5 565.2 9 363.5 11 291.6 16 938.2 23 474.1 14 106.1

- 39.9

Imports
Dry gas a
Refined products
Petrochemicals

132.2

245.7

216.7

302.9

298.7

348.6

- 55.6
- 39.2

28.6

775.4 1 526.2 1 715.1 1 397.9 1 134.5

242.1

2 511.5 4 233.4 3 656.2 2 495.2 2 423.3 3 791.6 7 858.7 10 028.8 15 797.5 21 892.8 13 309.8
72.0

423.8

147.6

632.8

25.9

366.5

112.9

45.9

44.3

58.4

106.8

128.2

995.7 1 423.6
145.0

157.7

163.5

3.6

1 553.6 1 603.7 1 755.7 1 705.1 1 843.9 1 870.3 1 817.1 1 792.7 1 686.2 1 403.4 1 225.4

- 12.7

thousand barrels per day


Exports
Crude oil
Olmeca

434.4

397.6

317.4

244.8

215.6

221.4

215.8

230.6

172.7

129.6

143.5

10.7

Istmo

190.1

109.8

86.8

45.8

24.9

27.4

81.0

68.3

41.1

23.0

14.2

- 38.5

Maya

929.1 1 096.4 1 351.4 1 414.5 1 603.4 1 621.6 1 520.3 1 493.8 1 472.3 1 250.8 1 067.8

- 14.6

Condensates

0.2

1.5

2.2

1.1

138.5

23.6

24.9

4.4

23.9

32.7

138.7

107.4

66.5

- 38.0

Refined products

149.5

111.5

103.7

155.9

177.0

151.5

184.9

186.9

179.7

192.0

243.9

27.1

Petrochemicals (Mt)

809.2 1 116.2

780.4

831.8

812.9

914.3

867.2

817.5

692.6

586.6

741.3

26.4

Dry gas (MMcfd) a

148.9

231.4

292.2

592.5

756.9

765.6

480.4

450.9

385.6

447.1

422.0

- 5.6

Refined products b

325.3

363.2

335.3

243.6

199.9

234.2

333.7

368.9

494.6

552.5

519.3

- 6.0

Petrochemicals (Mt)

106.2

317.3

128.1

197.4

94.7

104.7

238.6

253.8

270.0

249.8

384.5

53.9

Dry gas (MMcfd) a

Imports

a.
b.

Includes the purchase and resale of natural gas in the U. S. for 1999.
Excludes the volume of imported products under processing agreements.

Value of crude oil exports by destination


million of U. S. dollars

Change
2009/2008

1999
Total
America
United States
Others

2009

(%)

8 829.5 14 552.9 11 927.7 13 392.2 16 676.3 21 257.9 28 329.4 34 706.8 37 937.5 43 341.5 25 693.2

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

- 40.7

7 614.9 12 657.1 10 383.8 11 626.4 14 621.7 19 002.5 24 856.4 30 958.8 33 236.1 38 186.8 22 517.9

- 41.0

6 783.0 11 105.6 8 977.3 10 584.2 13 106.0 17 032.3 22 224.6 28 025.9 30 126.2 35 455.7 21 794.7

- 38.5

723.2

- 73.5

Europe

944.1 1 537.1 1 234.6 1 400.4 1 494.7 1 886.5 2 969.2 3 174.0 3 858.4 4 318.6 2 400.5

- 44.4

Far East

252.8

358.6

266.9

365.5

547.9

368.9

486.7

573.9

843.0

836.1

774.8

17.7

42.5

12.0

17.1

2 830.7 4 219.9 2 775.7 2 222.9 2 307.7 3 187.9 4 246.2 5 443.4 4 469.1 4 712.2 3 444.9

- 26.9

Africa
Olmeca
America
United States
Others
Istmo
America
United States
Others

832.0 1 551.5 1 406.4 1 042.2 1 515.7 1 970.3 2 631.9 2 933.0 3 109.8 2 731.1

- 7.3

2 830.7 4 219.9 2 775.7 2 222.9 2 307.7 3 187.9 4 246.2 5 443.4 4 469.1 4 712.2 3 444.9

- 26.9

2 801.8 3 988.4 2 522.2 2 040.5 2 025.9 2 928.1 3 850.1 5 033.0 4 140.7 4 213.4 3 265.2

- 22.5

231.6

253.5

182.4

281.8

259.8

328.4

498.8

179.8

- 64.0

1 211.2 1 119.5

28.9

705.9

392.5

255.4

380.9 1 569.6 1 427.9 1 049.9

683.1

327.4

- 52.1

274.0 1 033.6 1 311.2

868.0

492.5

197.8

- 59.8

197.5

150.5

58.2

- 61.3

876.5

857.9

548.5

271.7

165.7

653.0

593.8

360.9

184.3

83.0

73.3

396.1

579.3

410.4

665.3

223.5

264.2

187.6

87.3

82.7

200.8

454.3

645.9

670.6

342.0

139.7

- 59.2

Europe

166.9

111.1

85.0

69.5

23.3

106.8

515.4

116.7

181.8

190.6

129.6

- 32.0

Far East

150.1

150.5

72.4

51.3

66.4

20.6

17.7

Africa
Maya

4 787.7 9 213.4 8 446.1 10 776.8 14 113.2 17 689.2 22 513.5 27 835.4 32 418.5 37 946.3 21 920.9

- 42.2

America

3 907.7 7 579.3 7 059.6 9 131.8 12 148.3 15 540.6 19 576.6 24 204.2 27 899.0 32 982.2 18 875.1

- 42.8

United States
Others

3 328.2 6 523.5 6 094.3 8 359.3 10 997.2 14 030.9 17 795.2 22 327.6 25 788.1 31 091.9 18 471.4
965.3

772.5 1 151.2 1 509.7 1 781.4 1 876.7 2 110.9 1 890.3

- 40.6

403.8

- 78.6

Europe

777.3 1 426.1 1 149.6 1 330.9 1 471.4 1 779.6 2 453.7 3 057.3 3 676.5 4 128.1 2 271.0

- 45.0

Far East

102.7

208.1

194.4

314.2

481.5

368.9

466.1

573.9

843.0

836.1

774.8

- 7.3

42.5

12.0

17.1

Africa

579.6 1 055.8

Pajaritos Maritime Terminal


Coatzacoalcos, Veracruz

International Trade

Volume of crude oil exports by destination


thousand barrels per day

Crude Oil Exports

Change

thousand barrels per day

2009/2008

1999

2000

Total
America

1500

United States
Others

1000

500

1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

(%)
- 12.7

1 330.0 1 378.7 1 527.9 1 477.5 1 603.8 1 655.6 1 589.1 1 589.9 1 487.6 1 223.1 1 086.8

- 11.2

1 172.8 1 203.4 1 321.7 1 338.6 1 437.5 1 482.0 1 424.7 1 441.9 1 351.5 1 142.9 1 052.2

- 7.9

166.3

173.6

164.4

148.0

136.1

80.2

34.5

- 57.0

Europe

176.5

185.5

183.9

181.0

175.7

178.4

193.9

170.8

163.3

145.3

104.1

- 28.3

Far East

42.1

39.5

37.5

46.7

63.2

36.3

32.8

32.0

35.2

34.9

34.5

- 1.0

4.9

6.4

1.2

1.4

434.4

397.6

317.4

244.8

215.6

221.4

215.8

230.6

172.7

129.6

143.5

10.7

America
United States

434.4

397.6

317.4

244.8

215.6

221.4

215.8

230.6

172.7

129.6

143.5

10.7

430.2

376.3

288.5

224.7

189.5

202.4

195.9

213.6

160.1

115.2

136.2

18.2

4.2

21.3

28.9

20.2

26.1

19.0

19.9

17.0

12.6

14.3

7.3

- 49.3

Istmo

190.1

109.8

86.8

45.8

24.9

27.4

81.0

68.3

41.1

23.0

14.2

- 38.5

America

134.8

83.4

67.9

31.8

16.0

19.0

52.5

62.7

35.0

15.5

8.7

- 43.9

98.1

58.0

45.2

21.5

8.0

5.5

29.4

31.6

7.6

5.6

2.1

- 61.8

Others

36.7

25.4

22.6

10.4

7.9

13.5

23.0

31.1

27.4

9.9

6.5

- 33.7

Europe

29.0

10.9

10.2

8.0

2.4

8.3

27.2

5.6

6.1

7.5

5.5

- 27.5

Far East

21.4

15.4

8.7

5.9

6.6

1.2

4.9

Africa
Maya

929.1 1 096.4 1 351.4 1 414.5 1 603.4 1 621.6 1 520.3 1 493.8 1 472.3 1 250.8 1 067.8

- 14.6

America

760.8

- 13.3

897.8 1 142.6 1 200.8 1 372.2 1 415.2 1 320.8 1 296.6 1 279.9 1 078.1

934.6
913.9

- 10.6

20.7

- 63.1

United States

644.5

769.1

988.0 1 092.4 1 239.9 1 274.0 1 199.3 1 196.7 1 183.8 1 022.1

Others

116.3

128.7

154.7

108.4

132.3

141.1

121.5

99.9

96.1

56.0

Europe

147.5

174.5

173.6

172.9

173.4

170.1

166.6

165.2

157.2

137.8

98.7

- 28.4

Far East

20.7

24.1

28.7

40.7

56.6

36.3

31.5

32.0

35.2

34.9

34.5

- 1.0

6.4

1.2

1.4

Africa

58

2003

138.9

Others

09

2002

206.1

United States

PEMEX

2001

175.3

Olmeca

Istmo
Olmeca
Maya

2000

157.2

Africa

2009

1 553.6 1 603.7 1 755.7 1 705.1 1 843.9 1 870.3 1 817.1 1 792.7 1 686.2 1 403.4 1 225.4

Crude oil exports to selected countries a


thousand barrels per day

Change
2009/2008

2009

(%)

Total

1 553.6 1 603.7 1 755.7 1 705.1 1 843.9 1 870.3 1 817.1 1 792.7 1 686.2 1 403.4 1 225.4

1999

- 12.7

United States

1 172.8 1 203.4 1 321.7 1 338.6 1 437.5 1 482.0 1 424.7 1 441.9 1 351.5 1 142.9 1 052.2

Spain

121.9

India
Canada

2000

140.1

2001

147.0

2002

140.8

2003

143.4

2004

149.5

2005

160.8

2006

144.3

2007

125.1

2008

122.9

93.1

- 7.9
- 24.3

4.9

20.8

36.7

52.5

36.3

32.8

32.0

35.2

34.9

34.5

- 1.0

22.9

26.7

27.6

19.9

29.3

28.1

38.2

36.3

30.6

26.0

22.4

- 13.9

Netherlands

11.4

1.4

2.7

1.9

14.4

8.8

10.6

20.5

San Jose Agreement

32.8

41.6

44.6

27.2

32.1

29.0

30.5

36.7

35.5

20.4

9.4

- 53.9

Netherlands Antilles

101.5

107.0

133.9

91.8

104.9

116.5

95.8

75.0

70.0

33.8

2.7

- 91.9

4.6

4.8

3.6

4.8

4.8

3.6

4.4

3.6

3.6

4.8

0.5

- 89.6

Israel
England

16.7

17.8

14.6

15.7

12.5

12.2

10.9

7.8

10.1

5.0

Portugal

20.4

17.5

15.2

15.4

15.0

12.5

17.7

12.5

10.0

2.5

Others

48.6

38.5

26.7

11.4

11.9

0.7

1.4

0.6

1.4

2007

a.

Exclude temporary crude oil exports for abroad processing.

Temporary crude oil exports under abroad processing


agreements a
thousand barrels per day


1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

Crude oil to processing

53.5

104.2

63.2

129.6

113.5

97.1

75.7

82.4

2.3

Maya

52.5

79.9

54.1

107.5

108.7

90.6

69.8

76.8

2.3

1.0

24.3

9.1

22.1

4.8

6.5

5.9

5.7

Return of products

Olmeca

44.6

87.6

54.8

107.9

95.1

79.8

65.8

70.3

2.2

Gasolines and blending components b

2.2

36.6

73.3

42.1

94.5

87.2

79.1

62.4

69.5

Diesel

7.9

14.3

9.9

10.0

5.4

0.7

3.4

0.7

Others

2.8

3.4

2.5

a.

b.

Form 1999 to 2006, the date registered is the one prevailing when crude oil was exported.
Only in 2007, the date registered is the one prevailing when the last shipment of refined product was received.
Includes alkylate and MTBE.

59

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International Trade

Crude oil prices


Crude oil prices

Change

U.S. dollars per barrel

2009/2008

1999

120

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

(%)

U. S. dollars per barrel


100
80
60
40

Average price

15.57

24.79

18.61

21.52

24.78

31.05

42.71

53.04

61.64

84.38

57.44

- 31.9

Olmeca

17.85

29.00

23.96

24.87

29.32

39.34

53.91

64.67

70.89

99.37

65.79

- 33.8

Istmo

17.45

27.87

22.27

23.48

28.08

38.04

53.11

57.29

69.92

81.09

63.38

- 21.8

Maya

14.13

22.99

17.19

20.89

24.13

29.82

40.61

51.10

60.38

82.92

56.27

- 32.1

2009 U. S. dollars per barrel

20

1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
JAN
FEB
MAR
APR
MAY
JUN
JUL
AUG
SEPT
OCT
NOV
DEC

Average price

20.05

30.89

22.55

25.66

28.89

35.27

46.92

56.45

63.78

84.08

57.44

- 31.7

Olmeca

22.99

36.13

29.03

29.66

34.19

44.68

59.22

68.82

73.35

99.02

65.79

- 33.6

Istmo

22.48

34.72

26.98

28.00

32.74

43.20

58.34

60.97

72.34

80.80

63.38

- 21.6

Maya

18.20

28.65

20.82

24.91

28.13

33.87

44.61

54.38

62.48

82.62

56.27

- 31.9

Mexican oil basket


WTI Media Spot Cushing

Crude oil prices by area of destination


U. S. dollars per barrel
Total
America
United States
Others

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

21.52

24.78

31.05

42.71

53.04

61.64

84.38

57.44

15.69

25.08

18.62

21.56

24.98

31.36

42.85

53.35

61.21

85.30

56.77

15.84

25.22

18.61

21.66

24.98

31.40

42.74

53.25

61.07

84.76

56.75

14.50

24.18

18.69

20.55

24.97

31.01

43.85

54.29

62.58

93.01

57.42

22.65

18.40

21.20

23.30

28.89

41.96

50.92

64.74

81.18

63.15

Far East

16.44

24.78

19.51

21.46

23.74

27.76

40.67

49.09

65.54

65.49

61.47

9.82

18.06

27.19

34.13

17.85

29.00

23.96

24.87

29.32

39.34

53.91

64.67

70.89

99.37

65.79

America
United States
Others
Istmo
America
United States
Others

17.85

29.00

23.96

24.87

29.32

39.34

53.91

64.67

70.89

99.37

65.79

17.84

28.96

23.95

24.88

29.29

39.52

53.84

64.57

70.87

99.90

65.68

18.81

29.70

24.08

24.76

29.54

37.39

54.58

65.98

71.17

95.15

67.80

17.45

27.87

22.27

23.48

28.08

38.04

53.11

57.29

69.92

81.09

63.38

17.82

28.11

22.15

23.38

28.41

39.35

53.95

57.28

67.89

87.00

62.45

18.23

27.96

21.86

23.51

28.24

36.13

53.91

57.60

71.17

73.36

74.49

16.71

28.45

22.72

23.11

28.58

40.67

54.01

56.96

66.98

94.76

58.51

Europe

15.77

27.76

22.72

23.72

27.08

35.04

51.82

57.38

81.58

68.97

64.86

Far East

19.21

26.65

22.72

23.68

27.65

45.73

9.82

Africa
Maya

14.13

22.99

17.19

20.89

24.13

29.82

40.61

51.10

60.38

82.92

56.27

America

14.09

23.11

17.00

20.85

24.27

30.02

40.66

51.21

59.78

83.62

55.35

United States

14.16

23.22

16.98

20.99

24.32

30.11

40.71

51.18

59.75

83.15

55.40

Others

13.65

22.42

17.10

19.53

23.85

29.23

40.17

51.47

60.20

92.16

53.43

Europe

14.43

22.33

18.14

21.08

23.25

28.59

40.34

50.70

64.08

81.85

63.15

Far East

13.57

23.58

18.54

21.14

23.29

27.76

40.48

49.09

65.54

65.49

61.47

18.06

27.19

34.13

Africa

60

2001
18.61

14.65

Olmeca

09

2000
24.79

Europe
Africa

PEMEX

1999
15.57

Refined products and dry gas exports and imports


Change
2009/2008

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

(%)

million of U. S. dollars
Net exports
Exports
LPG
Gasolines

-1 696.8 -3 432.1 -3 175.9 -2 084.5 -2 335.6 -3 559.8 -6 186.4 -7 497.0 -12 391.1 -17 463.3 -9 168.1
947.0 1 167.7

904.1 1 186.1 1 614.0 1 947.0 3 070.3 3 666.4 4 402.1 5 853.1 4 774.5

25.7

54.3

32.6

3.4

449.9

765.3

626.3

570.6

3.6

3.5

24.3

36.8

20.7

3.0

- 47.5
- 18.4

13.9

364.3

754.3 1 127.8 1 472.7 1 782.3 1 953.4 2 173.8 1 344.8

- 38.1

Jet fuel

15.7

45.9

26.8

63.5

90.2

112.4

172.3

189.6

103.9

258.8

106.4

- 58.9

Diesel

87.4

45.2

80.0

66.7

35.7

102.7

17.1

46.3

196.0

220.0

104.8

- 52.4

547.9 1 122.1 2 281.1

103.3

Vacuum gas oil


Fuel oil
Asphalts
Others
Dry gas a
Imports b

4.7

4.4

0.4

16.5

160.8

141.9

17.5

5.8

490.7

2.0

2.4

37.4

51.7

28.7

30.3

7.5

212.3

156.0

40.7

286.9

580.7

114.3

48.8

47.8

4.0

580.9 1 296.8 1 048.9 1 229.8 1 759.3

820.0

- 53.4

78.9

71.8

103.5

- 67.3

2 643.8 4 599.8 4 080.0 3 270.6 3 949.5 5 506.8 9 256.7 11 163.4 16 793.1 23 316.4 13 942.6

350.5

316.3

- 40.2

LPG

392.4

605.6

600.5

471.5

574.3

648.1

707.1

813.8 1 094.9 1 117.9

771.2

- 31.0

Propane

238.4

654.7

265.0

328.0

303.7

448.9

449.5

472.6

460.1

- 49.5

Gasolines c

246.3

388.4

87.6

Fuel oil

578.7 1 132.1

Dry gas a

910.9

1 002.5 1 345.5 1 930.8 1 191.8 1 033.0 2 135.7 5 205.4 6 623.9 10 916.9 14 610.7 9 322.8

Diesel
Others

645.5

204.8

60.7

60.3

600.6 1 262.6 1 960.8 3 378.9 1 381.2

- 36.2
- 59.1

715.7

155.7

198.9

226.0

414.8

285.1

385.2 1 158.3

942.9

- 18.6

53.2

107.0

56.6

143.3

252.8

272.7

481.2

570.8

794.2

716.3

431.7

- 39.7

132.2

366.5

423.8

995.7 1 423.6

632.8

- 55.6

- 177.3

- 282.4

- 271.0

- 174.5

- 134.2

- 194.1

- 214.0

- 242.5

- 351.3

- 410.7

- 327.7

- 20.2

169.9

115.0

107.4

156.5

177.2

152.9

190.6

192.8

200.2

207.8

253.8

22.1

4.5

5.5

3.1

0.4

0.3

0.2

1.8

2.1

1.0

0.1

1.1

863.0

71.7

69.7

73.0

70.7

70.7

76.2

79.0

86.6

79.7

68.8

71.4

3.9

2.3

3.6

2.5

6.3

7.6

6.8

6.9

6.3

3.4

5.7

4.2

- 26.1

13.6

4.4

8.9

8.0

2.9

7.7

0.8

2.5

8.8

6.4

4.8

- 25.7

0.8

0.9

0.1

3.9

24.9

21.4

2.6

0.8

35.6

33.6

59.0

121.2

105.4

775.4 1 526.2 1 715.1 1 397.9 1 134.5

thousand barrels per day


Net exports
Exports
LPG
Gasolines
Jet fuel
Diesel
Vacuum gas oil
Fuel oil
Asphalts
Others

8.8

7.4

5.7

4.4

1.2

0.3

0.3

47.8

20.7

5.7

41.2

73.1

59.0

97.3

54.8

53.2

51.9

41.2

- 20.6

Dry gas a,d

20.4

3.5

3.7

0.6

3.5

4.8

20.4

15.8

9.8

- 38.0

Imports b

347.2

397.3

378.4

331.0

311.4

347.1

404.5

435.4

551.5

618.5

581.5

- 6.0

LPG

59.6

58.1

74.6

59.9

55.6

50.3

45.6

48.2

53.6

49.3

51.6

4.7

Propane

34.2

62.6

25.2

41.7

29.8

34.3

27.3

27.4

29.3

39.5

28.5

- 27.8

Gasolines c

104.8

90.6

139.3

95.6

69.1

112.5

190.4

214.2

315.3

345.6

335.1

- 3.0

Diesel

27.5

27.7

6.7

17.2

3.9

2.9

21.4

40.5

52.7

68.0

47.7

- 29.9

Fuel oil

93.1

116.5

85.2

16.4

18.6

17.7

26.4

14.3

17.0

32.9

39.2

19.1

Others

6.0

7.8

4.3

12.9

22.9

16.4

22.6

24.2

26.7

17.3

17.3

0.0

22.0

34.1

43.1

87.3

111.6

112.9

70.8

66.5

56.8

65.9

62.2

- 5.6

Dry gas a,d


a.
b.
c.
d.

Includes the purchase and resale of natural gas in the U. S. for 1999.
Excludes imported products under abroad processing agreements.
Includes MTBE.
Fuel oil equivalent

61

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International Trade

Exports and imports of petrochemical products


Change
2009/2008

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

(%)

million of U. S. dollars
Net exports
Exports
Acetaldehyde
Acrylonitrile
Ammonia
Sulfur

82.5

173.7

84.3

67.0

103.4

158.2

196.1

170.5

97.1

190.9

- 16.2

- 108.5

108.4

245.7

112.9

112.9

147.6

216.7

302.9

298.7

242.1

348.6

147.3

- 57.7

11.6

12.0

15.2

10.5

12.5

3.0

24.6

1.3

2.6

1.8

6.8

34.5

1.6

4.0

35.7

2.4

12.9

10.3

9.6

15.1

58.1

26.4

19.8

6.4

12.9

25.3

28.0

20.5

19.4

18.5

129.4

1.6

- 98.7

Benzene

0.8

10.1

7.5

28.0

21.2

7.7

Polyethylenic wax

0.1

0.1

0.2

0.1

0.3

0.3

0.1

0.2

0.3

Styrene
Ethylene

2.0

3.3

16.8

11.3

18.5

15.3

35.8

95.5

46.9

28.0

39.8

107.1

119.2

74.1

24.1

13.2

53.1

301.4

Ethylene glycol

0.8

16.3

7.6

3.9

18.4

8.7

43.1

23.3

3.7

0.7

0.6

- 19.2

Polyethylenes

13.8

22.7

22.7

22.4

17.5

18.6

44.8

92.3

83.7

99.5

65.7

- 34.0

Others

Polypropylene

15.0

19.0

10.2

17.6

18.7

16.5

29.1

40.1

39.2

46.0

26.3

- 42.9

Imports

25.9

72.0

28.6

45.9

44.3

58.4

106.8

128.2

145.0

157.7

163.5

3.6

Ammonia

6.0

42.7

19.6

12.8

8.8

3.5

21.5

18.6

10.2

4.5

34.1

653.1

Benzene

14.0

11.8

6.1

1.8

4.0

1.2

1.9

1.2

1.8

11.2

6.1

Polyethylenes

1.7

2.0

Toluene

Propylene

4.1

9.3

2.1

10.0

0.9

8.0

2.4

8.8

13.7

34.8

31.1

- 10.7

Xylenes

0.6

1.0

1.0

11.9

17.0

30.2

29.6

31.6

24.4

- 22.7

4.5

0.8

17.0

31.8

19.9

59.7

70.7

91.6

86.8

73.8

- 15.0

Net exports

702.9

798.9

652.4

634.3

718.2

809.6

628.6

563.7

422.6

336.7

356.8

6.0

Exports

809.2 1 116.2

780.4

831.8

812.9

914.3

867.2

817.5

692.6

586.6

741.3

26.4

Others
thousand tonnes

Acetaldehyde
Acrylonitrile
Ammonia
Sulfur

28.9

32.4

6.7

2.5

3.1

2.4

6.1

23.4

1.1

37.9

248.0

20.1

123.2

0.1

35.9

35.7

56.3

95.7

513.2

507.2

478.3

444.7

535.0

607.3

493.9

484.2

439.3

367.3

522.0

42.1
-

3.6

22.6

10.4

33.5

21.7

7.3

0.6

0.4

0.7

0.6

1.3

0.9

0.2

0.7

0.8

4.2

6.3

18.6

11.7

16.2

12.9

91.9

164.5

127.9

94.4

93.9

154.8

163.6

79.9

24.4

10.1

97.0

858.2

Ethylene glycol

2.7

35.2

22.7

13.5

32.6

11.9

58.1

32.8

5.1

0.9

1.7

97.9

Polyethylenes

25.5

35.6

45.0

51.5

30.6

23.9

46.6

89.4

73.4

68.8

74.8

8.6

Polypropylene

0.2

Others

95.5

57.6

46.7

67.6

55.8

43.8

53.3

57.0

49.6

42.7

45.8

7.2

Imports

106.2

317.3

128.1

197.4

94.7

104.7

238.6

253.8

270.0

249.8

384.5

53.9

Ammonia

41.8

231.7

94.1

88.6

35.2

11.0

56.0

50.7

27.0

29.3

107.9

268.9

Benzene

45.8

27.7

19.4

4.2

3.3

2.2

5.1

2.0

1.9

9.9

4.4

Polyethylenes
Propylene

3.2

4.5

Toluene

14.4

26.6

6.3

27.3

2.1

10.2

3.7

9.2

15.0

36.8

42.1

14.5

Xylenes

2.1

2.9

2.0

18.5

22.8

33.2

31.8

29.7

31.8

7.3

23.1

8.2

67.9

53.5

51.8

151.8

160.6

196.2

154.1

202.6

31.5

Others

62

36.6

31.0

Benzene

Ethylene

09

36.7

Polyethylenic wax
Styrene

PEMEX

38.3

FPSO YUM KAKNAB (lord of the sea),


Campeche Sound

INTERNATIONAL COMPARISONS

07

2009
Mexico in the World
Proved crude oil reserves
Proved gas reserves
Crude oil production
Natural gas production
Atmospheric distillation capacity

17
31
6
12
14

International
Comparisons

2009 proved oil reserves, selected countries a


Rank

Country

Saudi Arabia

million barrels
259 900

Canada

175 214

Iran

137 620

Iraq

115 000

Kuwait

101 500

Venezuela

99 377

United Arab Emirates

97 800

Russia

60 000

Libya

44 270

10

Nigeria

37 200

11

Kazakhstan

30 000

12

Qatar

25 410

13

China

20 350

14

United States

19 121

15

Brazil

12 802

16

Algeria

12 200

17

Mexico b

10 404

World total

1 354 182



a. As of January 1st.
b. Includes condensates and natural gas liquids.

Source: Oil and Gas Journal (December 21, 2009; figures as of December 31st ,2008) and Petrleos Mexicanos.

2009 proved natural gas reserves, selected countries a


12

Rank

Country

trillion (10 ) cubic feet

Russia

1 680

Iran

1 045

Qatar

899

Turkmenistan

265

Saudi Arabia

263

United States

245

United Arab Emirates

214

Nigeria

185

Venezuela

176

10

Algeria

159

11

Iraq

112

12

China

107

13

Indonesia

106

14

Kazakhstan

85

15

Malaysia

83

16

Norway

82

17

Uzbekistan

65

18

Kuwait

63

19

Canada

62

20

Egypt

59

31

Mexico

World total


a. As of January 1st.

13
6 609

Source: Oil and Gas Journal (December 21, 2009; figures as of December 31st ,2008) and Petrleos Mexicanos.

PEMEX

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2009 oil production, selected countries


Rank

Country

Russia

thousand barrels per day


9 917

Saudi Arabia

8 183

United States

5 314

China

3 764

Iran

3 734

Mexico

2 601

Canada

2 581

Iraq

2 399

Kuwait

2 275

10

United Arab Emirates

2 271

11

Venezuela

2 163

12

Norway

2 068

13

Brazil

1 950

14

Nigeria

1 825

15

Angola

1 789

World total



Source: Oil and Gas Journal (March 8, 2010) and Petrleos Mexicanos.

70 763

2009 natural gas production, selected countries



Rank

Country

United States

60 362

Russia

49 863

Canada

14 063

Former USSR

11 370

Norway

10 040

Iran

9 356

China

8 215

Algeria

8 055

Qatar

7 252

10

Netherlands

7 205

11

Saudi Arabia

7 049

12

Mexico

7 031

13

Indonesia

6 548

14

United Kingdom

6 037

15

Malaysia
World total

million cubic feet per day



Source: Oil and Gas Journal (March 8, 2010) and Petrleos Mexicanos.

4 507
277 344

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International
Comparisons

2008 atmospheric distillation capacity, top petroleum


companies
Rank

Company

Exxon Mobil

Sinopec

Royal Dutch Shell

PDVSA

Valero Energy

CNPC

BP

ConocoPhillips

Total

10

Saudi Aramco

11

Chevron

12

Petrobras

13

NIOC

14

Petrleos Mexicanos

15

Nippon

Country

thousand barrels per day

United States

6 210

China

4 127

United Kingdom/Netherlands

3 678

Venezuela

3 035

United States

2 990

China

2 825

United Kingdom

2 678

United States

2 678

France

2 604

Saudi Arabia

2 374

United States

2 139

Brazil

2 111

Iran

1 566

Mexico

1 540

Japan

1 317

Source: Information as of 2008 from Energy Intelligence Group (PIW, February 2010) and from Petrleos Mexicanos.

2008 top petroleum companies by crude oil production a



Rank

Company

Saudi Aramco

NIOC

Country

thousand barrels per day

Saudi Arabia

10 846

Iran

4 325

Petrleos Mexicanos

Mexico

3 157

KPC

Kuwait

2 784

CNPC

China

2 779

PDVSA

INOC

Exxon Mobil

BP

Venezuela

2 451

Iraq

2 423

United States

2 405

United Kingdom

2 401

10

Rosneft

Russia

2 121

11

Petrobas

Brazil

1 978

12

Sonatrach

13

Royal Dutch Shell

14

Chevron

Algeria

1 853

United Kingdom/Netherlands

1 771

15
Adnoc


a.
Includes natural gas liquids.

United States

1 676

Abu Dhabi

1 603

Source: Information as of 2008 from Energy Intelligence Group (PIW, February 2010) and from Petrleos Mexicanos.

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2008 top petroleum companies by natural gas production


Rank

Company

Country

Gazprom

Russia

53 018

NIOC

Iran

11 259

Exxon Mobil

Royal Dutch Shell

BP

Saudi Aramco

million cubic feet per day

United States

9 095

United Kingdom/Netherlands

8 569

United Kingdom

8 334

Saudi Arabia

7 561

Sonatrach

Algeria

7 516

Petrleos Mexicanos

Mexico

6 919

CNPC

10

Petronas

11

Uzbekneftegas

12

Turkmengas

China

6 405

Malaysia

6 209

Uzbekistan

5 795

Turkmenistan

5 439

13

QP

Qatar

5 324

14

ConocoPhillips

United States

5 203

15

Chevron

United States

5 125

Source: Information as of 2008 from Energy Intelligence Group (PIW, February 2010) and Petrleos Mexicanos.

2008 top petroleum companies by sales



Rank

Company

Royal Dutch Shell

Exxon Mobil

BP

Chevron

Total

ConocoPhillips

Country

million of U.S. dollars

United Kingdom/Netherlands

458 361

United States

442 851

United Kingdom

367 053

United States

263 159

France

234 674

United States

230 764

Sinopec

China

207 814

China National Petroleum

China

181 123

ENI

10

PDVSA

11

Petrleos Mexicanos

12

Valero Energy

13

Petrobras

14

Statoil

15

Repsol YPF

16

Marathon Oil

Italy

159 348

Venezuela

126 364

Mexico

119 406

United States

118 298

Brazil

118 257

Norway

116 211

Spain

79 177

United States

73 504

Source: Fortune (July 21, 2009; figures as of December 31st ,2008) and Petrleos Mexicanos.

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GLOSSARY
NOMENCLATURE

Glossary
Nomenclature

Prodution fields
Fields with exploration wells. These include operating
wells, which are divided into injection and production
wells, and closed wells with potential to be exploited in the
future.
Refining capacity
The daily operating capacity of a plant to produce refined
products. Daily operating capacity means the maximum
volume to be processed when the plant works without
interruption.
Condensates
Any mixture of relatively light hydrocarbons that remain
liquid at normal temperature and pressure and have a
certain quantity of propane and butane. Unlike crude
oil, they have low or cero quantity of heavy hydrocarbons
that constitute heavy fuel. There are three main sources
of condensates: a) liquid hydrocarbons that separate
when natural gas is treated, typically consists of C5 to
C8, b).liquid hydrocarbons coming from non-associated
gas that are recovered at the surface, and c) liquid
hydrocarbons coming from gas/condensate basins, which
can barely be distinguished from a stabilized light crude
oil.
Drilling rigs in operation
The daily average number of drilling rigs used for drilling
wells or in related activities such as dismantlement,
transport and maintenance.
Floating Production, Storage and Offloading (FPSO)
Floating Production, Storage and Offloading vessel (also
called a unit and a system). A floating tank system
used by the offshore crude oil and gas industry designed
to receive, process, and store crude oil or natural gas
produced from nearby platforms, until the product can be
offloaded onto waiting tankers. Instead, the FSO are not
equipped with process systems.
Natural gas
Light paraffinic hydrocarbon mixture, mainly methane,
small quantities of ethane and propane and in variable
proportions nitrogen, carbon dioxide and hydrogen sulfide.
Natural gas can be associated with crude oil or be found
alone in non-associated natural gas wells.
Dry gas
Natural gas free of heavier liquid hydrocarbons (natural
gas liquids) consisting of ethane, propane, butane and
natural gasoline.
Sour gas
Natural gas containing hydrocarbons, hydrogen sulfide
and carbon dioxide (the later in concentrations greater
than 50 ppm).
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Wet gas
Natural gas containing more than 3 gallons of liquid
hydrocarbons per thousand cubic feet of gas.
Natural gasoline
A highly volatile hydrocarbon mixture heavier than
propane. Usually added to automotive gasoline to
increase vapor pressure and start gasoline engines at low
temperatures. Also used by the petrochemical industry
to produce isobutane and isopentane, used in alkylation
processes.
Liquefied petroleum gas (LPG)
A gaseous mixture of propane and butane obtained during
the fractionation of natural gas liquids or during the
fractionation of refined products. It is the lighter fraction
of crude oil utilized for domestic use and carburation.
Special tax on production and services (STPS or IEPS)
An indirect tax on domestic sales of gasoline and diesel
that Pemex-Refining collects on behalf of the Mexican
Government. The difference between the retail price, or
final price, and the producer price is the IEPS rate. The
final price of gasoline and diesel is established by the
Ministry of Finance (SHCP). The producer price of PEMEX
is referenced to that of an efficient refinery in the Gulf of
Mexico.
San Jos Agreement
Crude oil cooperation agreement between Mexico
and Venezuela that benefits Central America and the
Caribbean area and contemplates a collaboration scheme
dedicated to finance economic development projects.
Crude oil
Oil that comes from a reservoir after separating any
associated gas. It does not include condensates and
natural gas liquids production. Recovered crude oil is
considered heavy or light according to the following
approaches:
Heavy: crude oil with API gravity less or equal to 27.
Light: crude oil with API gravity between 27 to 38.
Extra-light: crude oil with API gravity greater than 38.
Three varieties of crude oil are exported:
Maya: heavy crude oil with API gravity of 22.0 and 3.3 %
sulfur by weight.
Istmo: light crude oil with API gravity of 33.6 and 1.3%
sulfur by weight.
Olmeca: extra-light crude oil with API gravity of 39.3 and
0.8% sulfur by weight.

Wells
Wells are classified according to their purpose or
function, into development (including injection wells)
and exploration (including wells by stratographic probe);
and according to their completion grade, into drilled or
completed.
Drilled wells are those with completed operations with the
rotary drill and cemented casing, but have not entered
into subsequent operations that allow production.
Completed wells are those with completed operations
regarding: installation of production pipelines; shots to
the pipeline lining to allow communication between the
interior of the well and the storing rock; and cleaning
and stimulation of the rock to enhance the flow of
hydrocarbons.
Successful exploration wells. The relationship of currently
producing exploration wells that incorporate reserves,
divided by total completed wells. Since 2007, PemexExploration and Production adopted the definition
of Exploratory Commercial Success derived from
international practices which evaluates the performance
of exploration activities from an economic point of view.

Pemex-Refining Processes
Alkylation. Process by which an isoparafine (of short chain)
combines chemically with an olefin through a catalyst to
form another isoparafine (of long chain), called alkylate.
Its a major aspect of the upgrading of petroleum since its
formed of high-octane compound.
Cracking. Process to break large molecules of crude oil
into smaller ones: known as thermal cracking when the
process is reached by the application of heat; catalytic
cracking when a catalyst is used; and hydrocracking, when
the process is carried out in a hydrogen atmosphere.
Distillation. Process consisting on heating a liquid mixture
until the most volatile components pass to the vapor
phase, then the vapor is cooled down to recover these
components by condensation. The main objectives
of distillation are to separate a mixture of several
components taking advantage of their different boiling
points, or to separate the volatile materials of the nonvolatile ones.
Fractionation. Distillation process that separates small
fractions of a hydrocarbon mixture.
Hydrodesulfurization. Process that eliminates sulfur by
transforming it to hydrogen sulfide in the gaseous stream,
which can be easily separated and converted to elemental
sulfur.
Isomerization. Process that alters the fundamental
arrangement of the atoms of a molecule without adding
or subtracting anything to the original molecule. Butane
is rearranged as isobutane to be used in the alkylation of
isobutene and other olefins for high octane hydrocarbon
production.

Reforming. Process that improves the antiknock quality of


gasoline fractions by modifying their molecular structure:
known as thermal reforming when is carried out by heat;
and as catalytic reforming when catalyst is used.
Petrochemical products
These chemicals are produced from raw materials
derived from crude oil and natural gas. According to the
governmental resolution published on November 13, 1996,
in the Official Gazette of the Federation, the categories
of basic petrochemical products are constituted by those
derivates that serve as basic industrial raw materials.
These products can only be elaborated by the state
through PEMEX and its subsidiary entities:
1.- Ethane
2.- Propane
3.- Butane
4.- Pentane
5.- Hexane
6.- Heptane
7.- Carbon black
8.- Naphtha
9.- Methane, when it comes from hydrogen carbides,
obtained from reservoirs located in Mexican territory
and used as raw material in industrial petrochemical
processes.
In addition, PEMEX has petrochemical by-products and
other products which, according to the generally adopted
convention, are not petrochemicals but are elaborated in
its petrochemical areas.
Region
A geographical area corresponding to the administrative
division of Pemex-Exploration and Production. The
regional heads are located along the Gulf of Mexico
Coast: Poza Rica, Veracruz (Northern Region),
Villahermosa, Tabasco (Southern Region) and Ciudad del
Carmen, Campeche. (Northeastern Marine Region and
Southwestern Marine Region).
Integral asset. An administrative subdivision of each
region. Resulting from the regions restructure, they are
distributed as follows:
Northeastern Marine Region: Cantarell and Ku-MaloobZaap.
Southwestern Marine Region: Abkatun-Pol-Chuc and
Litoral de Tabasco.
Southern Region: Bellota-Jujo, Cinco Presidentes,
Macuspana, Muspac and Samaria-Luna.
Northern Region: Burgos, Poza Rica-Altamira and
Veracruz.
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Glossary
Nomenclature

Reserves
Estimated amount of hydrocarbons that can be
commercially recovered from well-known formations
at a specific date. It is worth mentioning all estimated
reserves involve some grade of uncertainty.
The SEC permits oil and gas companies, in their filings
with the SEC, to disclose only proved reserves that a
company has demonstrated by actual production or
conclusive formation tests to be economically and legally
producible under existing economic and operating
conditions. We use certain terms in this document, such
as total reserves, probable reserves and possible reserves,
that the SECs guidelines strictly prohibit us from including
in filings with the SEC.
Proved reserves (1P)
Estimated volumes of hydrocarbons which geological
and engineering analysis demonstrates with reasonable
certainty will be commercially recoverable in future years
from known reservoirs under the prevailing economic
conditions and existing operations; for example, prices
and costs at the date of estimate. Prices include existing
changes or contractual arrangements but are not based
on future conditions.
Probable reserves (2P)
Those reserves which analysis of geological and
engineering data suggests are more likely to be recovered
than to not being recoverable. If probabilistic methods are
employed for evaluation, there is a probability of at least
50% that the amounts to be recovered will be equal to or
greater than the sum of proved plus probable reserves,
also called 2P reserves.
Possible reserves (3P)
Those hydrocarbon reserves which analysis of geological
and engineering data suggests are less likely to be
recoverable than probable reserves.
According to this definition, when probabilistic methods
are employed, there is a probability
of at least 10% that the amounts actually recovered will be
equal to or greater than the
sum of proved, probable and possible reserves, also called
3P reserves.
Domestic sales.
Sales that PEMEX bills to its distributors in Mexican
territory or that it carries out directly to national clients for
intermediate and end use. The sales value excludes taxes
(STPS and VAT) and commissions to distributors.
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Regionalization of refined products sales.


Since 2002 sales of petroleum products adopted the
economic regionalization used by the executive branch of
the Mexican Government.
Central Region: Estado. de Mexico, Distrito Federal,
Morelos, Tlaxcala, Hidalgo and Puebla.
Northeastern Region: Chihuahua, Durango, Coahuila,
Tamaulipas and Nuevo Leon.
Northwestern Region: Baja California, Baja California Sur,
Sonora and Sinaloa.
Central-western Region: Nayarit, Zacatecas,
Aguascalientes, Jalisco, Colima, San Luis Potosi,
Guanajuato, Queretaro and Michoacan.
South-southeastern Region: Veracruz, Guerrero, Oaxaca,
Chiapas, Tabasco, Campeche, Yucatan and Quintana Roo.
Public prices. The public prices that are presented
correspond to different reference places, which are shown
in the following table:
Product

Reference place

Jet fuel

Mexico City airport

Heavy fuel oil

Producing Center Tula

Acrylonitrile

Producing Center Tula /Morelos

Ammonia

Producing Center Cosoleacaque

Vinyl chloride
Styrene

Producing Center Pajaritos


Producing Center La Cangrejera

Monoethylene glycol FG

Producing Center Morelos

Ethylene oxide

Producing Center Morelos

High density polyethylene

Producing Center Morelos

Low density polyethylene

Producing Center La Cangrejera

Toluene

Producing Center La Cangrejera

NOMENCLATURE
C
kg/cm2
km

Celsius degrees
Kilogram per square centimeter
Kilometer

Meter

bd

Barrels per day

Mbd
MMb
MMboe
Mm3

Thousand barrels per day


Million barrels
Million barrels of crude oil equivalent
Thousand cubic meters

MMMcf

Billion cubic feet

MMcfd

Million cubic feet per day

Mt

Thousand tons

MTBE

Methyl tertiary butyl ether

STPS

Special Tax on Production and Services

INPC

National Consumer Price Index

Ps.
CAPEX

Mexican pesos
Capital expenditure

LD

Low Density

HD

High Density

FG
VAT

Fiber grade
Value Added Tax

GPC

Gas Processing Center

PC

Petrochemical Complex

OPEC
PPQ
PGPB
PIDIREGAS
ppm
MMUS$
MM$
US$/b
US$/MMBtu
WTI
$/kg
$/m3

Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries


Pemex-Petrochemicals
Pemex-Gas and Basic Petrochemicals
Long-term Productive Infrastructure Projects
Parts per million

Explanations:

Annual variations are determined based on the original figures before rounding.
Figures may not total due to rounding.
Operating figures can be modified by adjustments
and complaints that are solved after the accounting
settlement, thus variations with respect to accounting figures may appear.
International trade figures include operations related
with the Petrleos Mexicanos system.
The amounts shown in our consolidated financial
statements do not express the provisions of Bulletin
B-10 under Mexican FRS, which requires to express
amounts in thousands of constant pesos.

Million dollars
Million pesos
Dollars per barrel
Dollars per million Btu
West Texas Intermediate
Pesos per kilogram
Pesos per cubic meter

Negligible figure

Null value

The statistical yearbook contains Petrleos Mexicanos


information as of December 31, 2009.
For information about this publication, please contact the
Gerencia de Integracion de Informacion Institucional, at
Marina Nacional #329 Floor 31, Col. Petrleos Mexicanos
C3, Mexico City, 11311 or by calling: (52) 55-19448028.

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