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1 STATISTICAL YEARBOOK PeMeX

2 Content 1 PETRÓLEOS MEXICANOS 1.1 Summary of Consolidated operating statistics 1.2 Income statement 1.3 Balance sheet as of December Capital investment 1.5 Statistics on safety and environmental protection 1.6 Employees 2 EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION 2.1 Hydrocarbon reserves and production 2.2 Crude Oil and gas reserves, Drilling and production 2.4 Drilling 2.5 Crude oil production by region and asset 2.6 Crude oil production by type and region 2.7 Crude oil production in selected fields 2.8 Natural gas production by region and asset 2.9 Natural gas production in selected fields 2.10 Crude oil and natural gas production by states 2.11 Crude oil distribution 2.12 Natural gas distribution 3 GAS 3.1 Processing capacity 3.2 Natural gas processing and production 3.3 Dry gas balance 3.4 Gas processing by center 3.5 Domestic sales of dry gas, LPG and petrochemicals 4 REFINING 4.1 Refining capacity 4.2 Refining production 4.3 Production by refinery 4.4 Value of domestic sales 4.5 Volume of domestic sales 4.6 Domestic sales of refined products by region, Average end-user prices of selected refined products 4.8 Service stations by state 5 PETROCHEMICALS 5.1 Installed capacity by complex 5.2 Petrochemical production 5.3 Production by petrochemical complex 5.4 Value of petrochemical domestic sales 5.5 Volume of petrochemical domestic sales 5.6 Average end-user prices of selected petrochemicals 6 INTERNATIONAL TRADE 6.1 Hydrocarbon exports and imports 6.2 Value of crude oil exports by destination 6.3 Volume of crude oil exports by destination 6.4 Crude oil exports to selected countries 6.5 Crude oil prices 6.6 Crude oil prices by destination 6.7 Refined products and dry gas exports and imports 6.8 Petrochemicals exports and imports 7 INTERNATIONAL COMPARISONS 7.1 Proved oil reserves 2013, selected countries 7.2 Proved natural gas reserves 2013, selected countries 7.3 Oil production 2012, selected countries 7.4 Natural gas production 2012, selected countries 7.5 Atmospheric distillation capacity 2011, top petroleum companies 7.6 Top petroleum companies by crude oil production Top petroleum companies by natural gas production Top petroleum companies by sales 2011 GLOSSARY AND NOMENCLATURE

3 01 PETRÓLEOS MEXICANOS Infrastructure of the Mexican Petroleum Industry 2012 Producing fields 449 Producing wells (annual average) 9,439 Offshore platforms 232 Natural gas processing centers Gas sweetening plants 20 Cryogenic plants 21 Liquids fractionating plants 9 Condensate sweetening plants 6 Sulfur recovery plants 14 Refineries 6 Petrochemical centers 8 Petrochemical plants 37 LPG distribution terminals 18 Storage and distribution terminals of refined products Summary of consolidated operating statistics 1.2 Income statements Oil Tankers* 17 Tank Trucks* 1,360 Tank Cars* 525 * Exclude third parties 1.3 Balance sheet as of December Capital investment 1.5 Statistics on safety and environmental protection 1.6 Employees 3

4 1.1 Summary of consolidated operating statistics Change 2012/2011 % Natural gas production million cubic feet per day Production (Mbd) Liquid hydrocarbons 3,585 3,789 3,825 3,760 3,683 3,471 3,157 2,971 2,954 2,937 2, Crude oil 3,177 3,371 3,383 3,333 3,256 3,076 2,792 2,601 2,577 2,553 2, Condensates and Liquids Natural gas (MMcfd) 4,423 4,498 4,573 4,818 5,356 6,058 6,919 7,031 7,020 6,594 6, Crude oil processing 1,245 1,286 1,303 1,284 1,284 1,270 1,261 1,295 1,184 1,167 1, Refined products a 1,481 1,556 1,587 1,554 1,546 1,512 1,491 1,525 1,416 1,379 1, Petrochemicals b and LPG (Mt) 9,880 10,298 10,731 10,603 10,961 11,757 11,973 11,956 13,192 12,384 10, Naphthas (Mt) 3,243 3,347 3,486 3,402 3,543 3,273 2,884 2,931 3,045 3,163 2, Domestic sales Volume (Mbd) Refined products and LPG 1,660 1,685 1,719 1,772 1,763 1,817 1,827 1,772 1,763 1,788 1, LPG c Motor gasolines Jet fuel Diesel Fuel oil Others d Dry gas (MMcfd) 2,425 2,622 2,756 2,634 2,952 3,064 3,086 3,119 3,255 3,383 3, Petrochemicals e (Mt) 3,252 3,146 3,533 3,750 3,827 3,993 4,134 4,014 4,164 4,224 4, ,000 7,000 6,000 5,000 4,000 3,000 2,000 1, Domestic sales of automotive gasolines thousand barrels per day Value (millon pesos) 500 Refined products and LPG 161, , , , , , , , , , , LPG c 26,156 36,883 42,704 48,575 52,755 54,517 56,051 49,511 53,460 58,075 65, Motor gasolines 69,756 99, , , , , , , , , , Jet fuel 5,194 7,229 10,951 16,241 18,897 23,369 31,936 18,321 22,935 31,560 36, Diesel 30,245 44,707 61,473 78,736 88,374 96, , , , , , Fuel oil 26,709 30,896 31,529 39,521 43,299 42,396 61,670 51,908 56,767 80,265 99, Others d 3,284 4,032 4,785 5,966 8,892 9,416 16,306 13,410 12,604 15,411 15, Dry gas 30,313 51,208 69,230 79,065 75,299 78, ,436 58,102 67,141 64,466 50, Petrochemicals e 8,321 12,270 19,016 23,079 24,308 25,584 32,746 23,616 31,573 37,336 36, a. Includes LPG from processing plants of Pemex-Gas and Basic Petrochemicals, Pemex-Refining and Pemex-Exploration and Production, also gasnaphtha from Pemex-Petrochemical. b. Includes petrochemicals manufactured by Pemex-Petrochemical, Pemex-Refining and ethane and sulfur produced by Pemex-Gas and Basic Petrochemicals. Of the refined products of Pemex-Petrochemical, includes octane base gasoline, heavy naphtha and amorphous gasoline, excludes gasnaphtha. c. Includes propane (basic petrochemical). d. Includes gasnaphtha from Pemex-Petrochemical and pentanes. e. Includes solvents, while excludes propane, pentane and gasnaphtha. 4

5 1.1 Summary of consolidated operating statistics (continued) Change 2012/2011 % Foreign trade Volume (Mbd) Liquid hydrocarbons net exports 1,617 1,821 1,789 1,670 1,612 1,371 1, Crude oil exports 1,705 1,844 1,870 1,817 1,793 1,686 1,403 1,222 1,361 1,338 1, Refined products f Exports Imports Dry gas (MMcfd) Exports Imports , Petrochemicals (Mt) Exports Imports Value (millon dollars) Crude oil exports 13,392 16,676 21,258 28,329 34,707 37,937 43,342 25,605 35,985 49,380 46, Refined products f Exports 1,182 1,614 1,947 2,991 3,595 4,052 5,537 4,657 4,764 6,194 4, Imports 2,495 2,423 3,792 7,859 10,029 15,797 21,893 13,308 20,335 29,408 29, Dry gas Exports Imports 775 1,526 1,715 1,398 1, , ,272 1, Petrochemicals Exports Imports Prices (dollars per barrel) Exports Crude oil g Istmo Maya Olmeca LPG Jet fuel Diesel Fuel oil (high sulfur content) Impors LPG Gasolines Fuel oil (low sulfur content) Natural gas (US$/MMBtu) f. Includes naphthas and condensates. g. Crude oil basket. 5

6 1.2 Income statement a million pesos consolidated Income statement million pesos (million dollars) c Total sales 481, , , ,643 1,062,495 1,136,035 1,328,950 1,089,921 1,282,064 Domestic sales 314, , , , , , , , ,853 Export sales 167, , , , , , , , ,908 Services income 1,061 4,778 5,292 5,303 Cost of sales 157, , , , , , , , ,355 Gross income 323, , , , , , , , ,709 General expenses 47,105 50,744 54,280 68,711 78,041 84, , , ,253 Total sales 1,558,454 1,646, ,587 Domestic sales 779, ,037 66,643 Export sales 772, ,699 59,392 Services income 6,291 7, Cost of sales 778, ,491 63,988 Gross income 779, ,422 62,599 General expenses 107, ,101 9,078 Transportation and distribution expenses 14,962 15,549 17,574 21,911 24,019 24,799 33,962 31,856 33,274 Transportation and distribution expenses 26,710 28,488 2,190 Administrative expenses 32,143 35,195 36,706 46,800 54,022 60,141 69,844 68,653 70,979 Operating income 276, , , , , , , , ,457 Other revenues (expenses) - net ,961 11,154 11,837 69,742 83, ,991 40,293 71,586 Comprehensive financing cost b -13,773-30,742-7,048-4,479-22,983-20, ,512-15,308-11,969 Administrative expenses 80,777 89,613 6,888 Other revenues (expenses) - net- 189, ,019 16,066 Operating income 861, ,339 69,587 Comprehensive financing cost b -92,795-4, Participation in Subsidiaries and Associates Results 5,545-1,965-1,291 1,541 Participation in Subsidiaries and Associates Results , Income before taxes and duties 263, , , , , , , , ,613 Income before taxes and duties 767, ,246 69,580 Hydrocarbon extraction duties and other 179, , , , , , , , ,141 Hydrocarbon extraction duties and other 874, ,646 69,380 Special tax on production and services Initial cumulative effect due to the adoption of new accounting standards 114,491 94,076 54,705 20, ,013-10,469-1, Net income -106,942 2, Other income -6, ,843-28,965 Integral utility b (loss) -113, ,242-28,766 Net income -30,492-40,644-25,496-76,282 45,252-18, ,076-94,662-46,527 Income* and taxes millions of mexican pesos 900, , , , , , , , ,000 0 Income Taxes & duties * Income before taxes & duties a. Audited results under FRS (Financial Reporting Standards). Includes Petróleos 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 dollar, have been made to the 2012 exchange rate of Ps = US$ a. Audited results under FRS (Financial Reporting Standards). Includes Petróleos 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. 6

7 1.3 Balance sheet as of December 31 a million pesos (million dollars) b Total assets 697, , ,527 1,042,560 1,204,734 1,330,281 1,236,837 1,332,037 1,395,197 1,981,374 2,024, ,585 Current assets 123, , , , , , , , , , ,142 24,453 Properties, plant and equipment 486, , , , , , , ,592 1,061,388 1,592,425 1,658, ,496 Others 87, , , , , ,874 27,483 14,749 17,898 58,429 47,307 3,636 Total liabilities 596, , ,184 1,069,430 1,164,781 1,280,373 1,209,952 1,398,877 1,506,499 1,878,197 2,295, ,421 Short term liabilities 113, , , , , , , , , , ,804 18,125 Long term liabilities 482, , , , , ,909 1,033,987 1,155,917 1,299,245 1,624,752 2,059, ,296 Equity 100,696 45,861 33,343-26,870 39,954 49,908 26,885-66, , , ,066-20,835 Certificates of contribution 10,222 82,620 86,909 89,805 93,445 96,958 96,958 96,958 96,958 49,605 49,605 3,813 Restatement of equity 190, , , , , , Accumulated net income (losses) -109, , , , , , , , , , ,091-9,000 Others 9,804-25,662 44,531 80,193 91, , , , , ,579-15,648 Total liabilities and equity 697, , ,528 1,042,560 1,204,735 1,330,281 1,236,837 1,332,037 1,395,197 1,981,374 2,024, ,585 a. Audited results under FRS (Financial Reporting Standards) and from 2011 under IFRS (International Financial Reporting Standards). Include Petróleos Mexicanos, subsidiary entities and subsidiary companies. b. For reference purposes, the money exchange conversions from pesos to US dollar, habe been made to the 2012 exchange rate of Ps = US$

8 1.4 capital Investment a million pesos (million dolars) c Total 80, , , , , , , , , , ,993 23,981 Non-PIDIREGAS b 22,943 19,013 12,243 21,436 20,130 17,573 23, , , , ,993 23,981 PIDIREGAS 57,816 94, , , , , , Pemex-Exploration and Production 63,000 88, , , , , , , , , ,745 21,118 Non-PIDIREGAS b 13,443 8,945 3,694 11,040 8,142 6,992 8, , , , ,745 21,118 PIDIREGAS 49,557 79, , , , , , Pemex-Refining 14,077 19,878 5,092 9,001 15,229 15,979 17,379 18,526 22,636 25,157 28,944 2,225 Non-PIDIREGAS b 5,893 5,744 4,647 6,542 7,369 7,124 10,580 18,526 22,636 25,157 28,944 2,225 PIDIREGAS 8,184 14, ,459 7,861 8,855 6, Pemex-Gas and Basic Petrochemicals 1,796 3,253 2,498 3,206 3,322 4,004 4,203 3,941 3,887 3,019 4, Non-PIDIREGAS b 1,721 2,148 1,961 1,936 2,845 2,308 2,889 3,941 3,887 3,019 4, PIDIREGAS 75 1, , ,696 1, Pemex-Petrochemicals 1,454 1,627 1,598 1,530 1,426 1,139 1,614 2,053 2,462 2,426 2, Non-PIDIREGAS b 1,454 1,627 1,598 1,530 1, ,604 2,053 2,462 2,426 2, PIDIREGAS Petróleos Mexicanos Corporate Non-PIDIREGAS b a. Cash flow figures include capitalized maintenance. b. Non-PIDIREGAS CAPEX excludes financial activities. c. For reference purposes, the money exchange conversions from pesos to US dollar, habe been made to the 2012 exchange rate of Ps = US$

9 1.5 Statistics on safety and environmental protection Frequency index (number of disabling accidents per million of man-hours worked) Pemex-Exploration and Production Accident frecuency index Pemex-Refining Pemex-Gas and Basic Petrochemicals Pemex-Petrochemicals Petróleos Mexicanos Corporativo de Pemex Severity index (number of lost workdays per million of man-hours worked) Pemex-Exploration and Production Pemex-Refining Pemex-Gas and Basic Petrochemicals Pemex-Petrochemicals Petróleos Mexicanos Corporativo de Pemex Petróleos Mexicanos Pemex-Gas and Basic Petrochemicals Pemex-Exploration and Production Pemex-Petrochemicals Pemex-Refining Petróleos Mexicanos Corporate Environmental protection Sulfur oxide emissions (SOx) (t/mt) Carbon dioxide emissions (CO 2 ) (t/mt) Total discharges to water (kg/mt) Disposal of hazardous waste a (%) Leakage and spills b Events Volume (t) 19,995 9,570 5,488 3,528 3,434 14,992 1,970 7,033 3,045 2,920 2,123 Environmental audits and certifications (number) Environmental audits (in process) Clean industry certificates (current) Registered facilities a. Includes stock changes in calculation of hazardous residual generation. A volume 7.8% greater than generated was disposed in b. 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

10 1.6 Employees year-end figures Total 137, , , , , , , , , , ,697 Pemex-Exploration and Production 44,658 46,322 47,975 48,371 48,767 49,045 50,273 50,544 49,802 51,713 51,998 Pemex-Refining 47,341 46,692 44,899 45,335 45,494 44,811 45,510 43,706 45,306 46,909 46,236 Pemex-Gas and Basic Petrochemicals 11,977 12,104 11,923 12,018 12,562 12,397 12,976 12,550 12,327 11,918 12,191 Pemex-Petrochemicals 14,360 14,203 13,895 13,939 14,045 13,823 14,028 13,447 13,542 13,541 13,487 Pemex-Corporative a 7,935 8,024 8,175 8,411 9,198 9,396 9,015 12,991 14,254 14,192 14,404 Medical services 10,863 10,870 10,855 11,097 11,209 11,674 11,619 11,908 12,137 12,288 12,381 a. Pemex-Corporative includes Telecommunications employees. 10

11 Oil facilities Camargo Monterrey Burgos Cadereyta Reynosa Arenque Madero Producing Areas Refinery Petrochemical Center Gas Processing Center Sales Center Pipelines Maritime Route Salamanca Guadalajara Poza Rica Tula Matapionche Cd. México Área Coatzacoalcos Morelos Pajaritos San Martín La Venta Cd. Pemex Cosoleacaque Minatitlán N. Pemex Cangrejera Cactus Salina Cruz 11

12 02 EXPLORAtioN and PRODUCtioN 2.1 Hydrocarbon reserves and production 2.2 Crude oil and gas reserves, Drilling and production 2.4 Drilling 2.5 Crude oil production by region and asset 2.6 Crude oil production by type and region 2.7 Crude oil production in selected fields 2.8 Natural gas production by region and asset 2.9 Natural gas production in selected fields Exploration and Production 2012 Production Crude oil (Mbd) 2,548 Natural gas (MMcfd) 6,385 Infrastructure (At the end of the year) Producing fields 449 Producing wells (annual average) 9,439 Offshore platforms 232 Pipelines (km) Crude oil 4,992 Natural gas 8,295 Proved reserves (MMbcoe) (as of January 1st, 2013) Crude oil 10,073 Gas liquids 1,351 Natural gas 2, Crude oil and natural gas production by states 2.11 Crude oil distribution 2.12 Natural gas distribution 12

13 2.1 Hydrocarbon reserves and production a million barrels of crude oil equivalent 2013 Total 52, , , , , , , , , , , ,530.0 Northeastern Marine Region Southwestern Marine Region 18, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,000 50,000 Hydrocarbon reserves million barrels of crude oil equivalent Southern Region Northern Region 8, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,000 Proved b 21, , , , , , , , , , , , ,000 Northeastern Marine Region 11, , , , , , , , , , , , ,000 Southwestern Marine Region 1, , , , , , , , , , , , ,000 Southern Region Northern Region 6, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Probable 20, , , , , , , , , , , ,305.9 Northeastern Marine Region Southwestern Marine Region Southern Region Northern Region 5, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,324.7 Possible 10, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,000 30,000 25,000 Proved reserves million barrels of crude oil equivalent Northeastern Marine Region Southwestern Marine Region 1, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,000 15,000 10,000 Southern Region Northern Region Memorándum , , , , , , , , , , , , , Natural gas reserves (MMMcf) Total 50, , , , , , , , , , , ,758.9 Northeastern Marine Region 4, , , , , , , , , , , ,843.0 Southwestern Marine Region 3, , , , , , , , , , , ,396.3 Southern Region 11, , , , , , , , , , , ,715.5 Northern Region 31, , , , , , , , , , , , Hydrocarbons production (MMbcoe) 1, , , , , , , , , , , ,353.2 a. As of January 1 st The hydrocarbon reserves information in the proved category or 1P was dictated favorably by the Comisión Nacional de Hidrocarburos (National Hydrocarbon Commission) on March 14, 2013 based on his CNH.E /13 resolution as stated in terms of article 10 of the Rules of Regulatory Laws of Constitutional Article 27 in the Petroleum Industry. Also, were officially published on March 18, 2013 by the Secretaria de Energía (Ministry of Energy) as specified in article 33, section XX of the Organic Law of Federal Public Administration. National Hydrocarbon Commission will soon give its opinion regarding the probable and possible reserves. b. 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 the figures of previous years were adjusted. 13

14 2.2 Crude oil and gas reserves, 2013 a millon barrels of crude oil equivalent Crude oil Gas liquids b Natural gas Total Total 30, , , ,530.0 Northeastern Marine Region Southwestern Marine Region Southern Region Northern Region 11, , , , , , , , , , , , ,013.7 Proved c 10, , , ,868.3 Natural Gas Liquids Natural gas By fluid 4, ,375.0 Northeastern Marine Region Southwestern Marine Region Southern Region Northern Region 5, , , , , , ,688.5 Probable 8, , , ,305.9 Crude oil 0 5,000 10,000 15,000 20,000 25,000 30, ,000 35,000 Northeastern Marine Region Southwestern Marine Region Southern Region Northern Region 2, , , , , , ,092.6 Possibles 12, , , ,355.8 Proved By type 13,868.3 Northeastern Marine Region Southwestern Marine Region Southern Region Northern Region 3, , , , , , , , ,232.6 Probable Possible 12, ,355.8 Memorandum Natural gas reserves (MMMcf) Probadas Probables Posibles Total 0 5,000 10,000 15,000 20,000 Total 12, , , ,758.9 Northeastern Marine Region Southwestern Marine Region Southern Region Northern Region 1, , , , , , , , , , , , ,804.1 Northeastern Marine By region 12,490.5 Southwestern Marine 7,337.8 Southern 5,688.1 Northern 19, ,000 10,000 15,000 20,000 a. As of January 1 st The hydrocarbon reserves information in the proved category or 1P was dictated favorably by the Comisión Nacional de Hidrocarburos (National Hydrocarbon Commission) on March 14, 2013 based on his CNH.E /13 resolution as stated in terms of article 10 of the Rules of Regulatory Laws of Constitutional Article 27 in the Petroleum Industry. Also, were officially published on March 18, 2013 by the Secretaria de Energía (Ministry of Energy) as specified in article 33, section XX of the Organic Law of Federal Public Administration. The Comisión Nacional de Hidrocarburos (National Hydrocarbon Commission) will soon give its opinion regarding the probable and possible reserves. b. Includes condensates. c. Since 2003, the definitions of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) of the U. S. were used in order to evaluate the proved reserves. 14

15 2.3 Drilling and production Wells drilled a , ,000 1,290 Completed wells Wells completed ,150 1,303 1,034 1,238 Exploratory wells Producing wells Success rate % Development wells ,075 1,264 b 1,001 1,201 Producing wells ,014 1, ,159 Success rate % b Drilling rigs c Exploratory wells , Development wells Kilometers drilled 1,186 1,763 2,106 2,004 1,858 1,798 2,199 3,770 2,589 2,541 3,007 Average depth by well d (m) 2,478 2,904 2,692 2,828 2,771 2,744 2,748 2,494 2,605 2,418 2,429 Crude oil Natural gas Nonproductives Discovered fields e Crude oil Natural gas Producing fields Producing wells at end of period f 4,591 4,942 5,286 5,683 6,080 6,280 6,382 6,890 7,476 8,315 9,439 Oil and gas production by well (bd) ,000 9,000 8,000 7,000 6,000 5,000 4,000 3,000 2,000 1,000 0 Producing wells and average deep per well Average depth per well (meters) Producing wells a. Wells that reached their target. b. Excludes injection wells. c. Average drilling rigs. d. Average depth of wells drilled to their target. e. Includes only fields with proved reserves. In 2007 the Kibo and Lalail fields were exlcuded due to they do not incorporate proved reserves. f. Annual average. 15

16 2.4 Drilling Exploratory wells drilled Northeastern Marine Region Southwestern Marine Region Southern Region Northern Region Development wells drilled ,254 Northeastern Marine Region Southwestern Marine Region Southern Region Northern Region Exploratory wells completed Northeastern Marine Region Southwestern Marine Region Southern Region Northern Region Development wells completed ,075 1,264 1,001 1,201 Northeastern Marine Region Southwestern Marine Region Southern Region Northern Region ,600 1,400 1,200 1, Wells 0 Drilled wells Completed Wells Producing Wells 16

17 2.5 Crude oil production by region and asset a thousand barrels per day Change 2012/2011 % Total 3, , , , , ,075.7 b 2, ,01.5 2, , , Northeastern Marine Region 2, , , , , , , , , , , Cantarell 1, , , , , , , Ku-Maloob-Zaap Oil production by region thousand barrels per day 3,500 Southwestern Marine Region Abkatun-Pol-Chuc Litoral Tabasco ,000 2,500 2,000 Southern Region Cinco Presidentes Bellota-Jujo Macuspana-Muspac Samaria-Luna ,500 1, Northern Region Burgos Southern Northern Southwestern Marine Northeastern Marine Poza Rica-Altamira Aceite Terciario del Golfo Veracruz a. From 2004 the administrative structure of Pemex-Exploration and Production changed to integral assets. Hence, figures prior to 2004 were adjusted. b. Adjusted and corrected production by water content. Notes: Integral Asset Aceite Terciario del Golfo was established in 2008, so that their associated fields were rid of Integral Asset Poza Rica-Altamira. Since February 2010, includes the reclassification of hydrocarbons production from Nejo field in Burgos Integral Asset. As a result of the modification on the basic structure of Pemex-Exploration and Production approved in 2011, the denomination of the assets is as follows: production assets (Poza Rica - Altamira, Cinco Presidentes, Bellota - Jujo, Samaria - Luna, Abkatun - Pol - Chuc, Macuspana - Muspac, Cantarel, Ku - Maloub - Zaap y Litoral de Tabasco) and integral assets (Burgos, Aceite Terciario del Golfo y Veracruz). 17

18 2.6 Crude oil production by type and region a thousand barrels per day Change 2012/2011 % Total 3, , , , , ,075.7 b 2, , , , , Heavy 2, , , , , , , , , , , Light Extra-light Northeastern Marine Region 2, , , , , , , , , , , Heavy 2, , , , , , , , , , , Light Southwestern Marine Region Heavy Light Extra-light Southern Region Heavy Light Extra-light Crude oil production by type, % 54.4% 32.7 Heavy Light Lighter Northern Region Heavy Light Extra-light a. Since 2004, the crude oil type is classified from well, a situation reflected from 2002 for comparative purposes. b. Adjusted and corrected by water content. 18

19 2.7 Natural gas production by region and asset a million cubic feet per day Change 2012/2011 % Total 3,177 3,371 3,383 3,333 3,256 3,076 b 2,792 2,601 2,577 2,553 2, Northeastern Marine Region Cantarell 2,152 2,416 2,441 2,357 2,205 2,018 1,746 1,493 1,397 1,343 1, Akal-Nohoch a 1,851 2,054 2,079 1,973 1,734 1, Sihil Chac Ixtoc Kutz Ku Zaap Maloob Others Southwestern Marine Region Ixtal Chuc Bolontiku Sinan Caan Others Southern Region Samaria Sen Jujo Pijije Iride Puerto Ceiba Tecominoacán Costero Tizón Cunduacán Cárdenas Guaricho Mora Sunuapa Yagual Others Northern Region Bagre Poza Rica Tajín Agua Fría Coapechaca Arenque Others a. Historically Cantarell. b. Adjusted and corrected production by water content. 19

20 2.8 Natural gas production by region and asset a million cubic feet per day Change 2012/2011 % Total 4, , , , , , , , , , , Northeastern Marine Region , , , , , , Cantarell , , , , , Ku-Maloob-Zaap Natural gas production by region million cubic feet per day Southwestern Marine Region , , , , , ,000 Abkatún-Pol-Chuc Litoral de Tabasco ,000 6,000 Southern Region 1, , , , , , , , , , , ,000 Cinco Presidentes ,000 Bellota-Jujo ,000 Macuspana-Muspac Samaria-Luna ,000 1,000 Northern Region 1, , , , , , , , , , , Burgos 1, , , , , , , , , , , Poza Rica-Altamira Aceite Terciario del Golfo Veracruz Southern Northern Southwestern marine Northeastern marine a. From 2004 the administrative structure of Pemex-Exploration and Production changed to integral assets. Hence, figures prior to 2004 were adjusted. Notes: Integral Asset Aceite Terciario del Golfo was established in 2008, so that their associated fields were rid of Integral Asset Poza Rica-Altamira. As a result of the modification on the basic structure of Pemex-Exploration and Production approved in 2011, the denomination of the assets is as follows: production assets (Poza Rica - Altamira, Cinco Presidentes, Bellota - Jujo, Samaria - Luna, Abkatun - Pol - Chuc, Macuspana - Muspac, Cantarel, Ku - Maloub - Zaap y Litoral de Tabasco) and integral assets (Burgos, Aceite Terciario del Golfo y Veracruz). 20

21 2.9 Natural gas production in selected fields million cubic feet per day Change 2012/2011 % Total 4,423 4,498 4,573 4,818 5,356 6,058 6,919 7,031 7,020 6,594 6, Northeastern Marine Region ,157 1,901 1,782 1,584 1,406 1, Cantarell Akal-Nohoch a Ixtoc Sihil Chac Kutz Ku Others Southwestern Marine Region ,023 1,112 1,172 1,208 1, May Ixtal Caan Sinan Bolontiku Chuc Others Southern Region 1,704 1,630 1,495 1,400 1,352 1,353 1,451 1,600 1,765 1,692 1, Sen Costero Iride Narváez b Samaria Tizón Pijije Jujo Giraldas Cunduacán Muspac Oxiacaque Copanó Cráter Tecominoacán Cárdenas José Colomo b Sunuapa Others a. Historically Cantarell. b. Non associated gas field. 21

22 2.9 Natural gas production in selected fields (continued) million cubic feet per day Change 2012/2011 % Northern Region 1,268 1,347 1,528 1,835 2,228 2,556 2,544 2,537 2,500 2,288 2, Lizamba b Papán b Culebra b Apertura b Forastero b Arcabuz b Velero b Cuitláhuac b Nejo Fundador b Arquimia b Lankahuasa b Corindón b Others ,091 1,185 1,194 1,155 1,078 1,157 1,281 1,309 1, b. Non associated gas field. 22

23 2.10 Crude oil and natural gas production by states Change 2012/2011 % Crude oil (Mbd) 3,177 3,371 3,383 3,333 3,256 3,076 a 2,792 2,601 2,577 2,553 2, Territorial sea 2,614 2,824 2,839 2,765 2,694 2,539 2,266 2,030 1,959 1,919 1, Tabasco Veracruz Chiapas Puebla Tamaulipas San Luis Potosí Hidalgo Natural gas (MMcfd) 4,423 4,498 4,573 4,818 5,356 6,058 6,919 7,031 7,020 6,594 6, Territorial sea 1,485 1,554 1,583 1,615 1,863 2,280 3,026 2,976 2,824 2,678 2, Tabasco 1,076 1,020 1,017 1,017 1,041 1,099 1,215 1,377 1,536 1,453 1, Veracruz ,008 1, Chiapas Puebla Tamaulipas Nuevo León Coahuila Campeche San Luis Potosí - Hidalgo a. Adjusted and corrected production by water content. 23

24 2.11 Crude oil distribution thousand barrels per day Change 2012/2011 % Availability 3,180 3,375 3,385 3,335 3,258 3,078 a 2,793 2,603 2,579 2,554 2, Production 3,177 3,371 3,383 3,333 3,256 3,076 2,792 2,601 2,577 2,553 2, Naphtha and condensates Distribution 3,163 3,358 3,363 3,320 3,234 3,058 2,754 2,594 2,549 2,515 2, To refineries 1,172 1,246 1,258 1,275 1,242 1,231 1,216 1,264 1,191 1,172 1, To abroad processing To petrochemical plants To exports terminals 1,716 1,848 1,874 1,833 1,789 1,701 1,407 1,232 1,358 1,343 1, Linefill, stock changes, losses, injections, transfers and statistical differences Crude oil distribution, % 51.2% 48.8 To exports terminals To refineries To petrochemical plants a. Adjusted and corrected production by water content. 24

25 exploration and production Producing Marine Areas Export Terminal FPSO Yúum Kak náab Cayo Arcas FSO Ta`kuntah Floating production and/or storage and Offloading Vessel Producing Terrestrial Areas Salina Cruz Dos Bocas Pajaritos 25

26 2.12 Natural gas distribution million cubic feet per day Change 2012/2011 % Availability 5,472 5,619 5,742 5,984 6,571 7,211 8,055 8,198 8,222 7,754 7, Production 4,423 4,498 4,573 4,818 5,356 6,058 6,919 7,031 7,020 6,594 6, Sour gas 3,164 3,133 2,994 2,937 3,075 3,415 4,236 4,315 4,312 4,131 4, Sweet gas 1,260 1,365 1,579 1,881 2,281 2,644 2,682 2,716 2,708 2,463 2, From Pemex-Gas and Basic Petrochemicals 1,048 1,121 1,169 1,166 1,215 1,153 1,136 1,167 1,202 1,160 1, Distribution 5,472 5,620 5,742 5,984 6,571 7,211 8,055 8,198 8,222 7,754 7, Self-consumption a ,128 1,562 1,615 1, To atmosphere ,347 1, Carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) Natural gas ,334 1, Net linefill Carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) injected to deposits Condensation in pipelines and plants To Pemex-Refining To PGPB 4,411 4,585 4,775 4,923 5,340 5,621 5,638 5,784 5,795 5,583 5, To pipelines ,152 1,334 1,382 1,326 1,312 1, To processing plants b 3,714 3,823 3,960 3,926 4,188 4,287 4,256 4,458 4,483 4,536 4, Sweetening plants 3,208 3,325 3,296 3,118 3,162 3,150 3,190 3,388 3,427 3,454 3, Cryogenic plants ,138 1,066 1,070 1,056 1,082 1, Statistical difference and measurement errors c 8,000 7,000 6,000 5,000 4,000 3,000 2,000 1,000 0 Natural gas utilization Utilization million cubic feet per day To atmosphere a. Includes residual and field gas used in process and formation pressure boosting. b. Includes gas for pressure boosting purposes. c. Negligible figure. 26

27 03 GAS Processing 2012 Natural gas (MMcfd) 4,382 Condensates (Mbd) 46 Production Dry gas (MMcfd) * 3,628 Natural gas liquids (Mbd) 365 LPG (Mbd) 176 Gas Sweetening plants 20 Capacity of process: Sour natural gas (MMcfd) 4,503 Condensates Sweetening plants 6 Capacity of process: Sour condensates (Mbd) Processing capacity 3.2 Natural gas processing and production 3.3 Dry gas balance 3.4 Gas processing by center 3.5 Domestic sales of dry gas, LPG and petrochemicals Cryogenic plants 21 Capacity of gas wet processing (MMcfd) 5,912 Liquid fractionators plants 9 Capacity of breaking-up (MMcfd) 569 LPG distribution terminals 18 Pipeline (km) Natural gas 9,038 Products 3,640 * Plant production. 27

28 3.1 processing capacity million cubic feet per day Sweetening plants Sour condensates (Mbd) Sour natural gas 4,173 4,503 4,503 4,503 4,503 4,503 4,503 4,503 4,503 4,503 4,503 Liquids recovery plants 5,034 5,146 5,546 5,342 5,742 5,742 5,942 5,792 5,792 5,712 5,912 Cryogenics 4,559 4,592 4,992 4,992 5,392 5,392 5,592 5,792 5,792 5,712 5,912 Absorption Liquids fractionating a (Mbd) a. Includes liquids recovery plants. 28

29 3.2 Natural gas processing and production million cubic feet per day Change 2012/2011 % Processing Wet gas 3,770 3,853 3,963 3,879 4,153 4,283 4,240 4,436 4,472 4,527 4, Sour gas 3,260 3,360 3,349 3,153 3,203 3,162 3,188 3,381 3,422 3,445 3, Sweet gas a ,120 1,052 1,055 1,050 1, Gas to liquified extraction 3,746 3,829 3,925 3,810 4,108 4,264 4,224 4,399 4,458 4,483 4, Wet gas 3,600 3,689 3,803 3,712 3,987 4,134 4,085 4,252 4,304 4,347 4, Reprocessing streams b Production (Mbd) Dry gas c (MMpcd) 2,916 3,029 3,144 3,147 3,445 3,546 3,461 3,572 3,618 3,692 3, Natural gas liquids d LPG Ethane Gasolines Others e Sulfur (Mt) 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 Cangrejera. c. Excludes ethane injected to dry gas pipelines. d. Includes stabilized condensates, reprocessing streams from Cangrejera and others streams for fractionating. e. Heavy products from Reynosa and liquids transfered to the Madero refinery. 29

30 gas GAS STATISTICAL YEARBOOK PEMEX 2013 Naco Cd.Juárez Cananea Hermosillo Piedras Negras Chihuahua Monclova BURGOS Monterrey Cadereyta Ciudad Madero ARENQUE Guadalajara POZA RICA Mérida Gas Processing Center Pipeline Note: The gas processing complex at Coatzacoalcos Area, located in the municipality of Coatzacoalcos comprises Morelos, Cangrejera and Pajaritos sectors, as well as Refrigerated and Sulfur terminals. Cd. de México Toluca Lázaro Cárdenas MATAPIONCHE Veracruz ÁREA COATZACOALCOS Salina Cruz LA VENTA CIUDAD PEMEX NUEVO PEMEX CACTUS 30

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