Evelyn Vilchez heads the oil giant’s subsidiary involved in five deepwater oil contracts in the Gulf of Mexico, one of the frontiers for the country’s industry. Her management has made no major changes to its two-block operation following the Covid-19 pandemic, and after the purchase of a 40% stake in three blocks from Shell in October 2019, with the aim of reducing exploratory risk in a region that takes seven to 15 years to develop with a probability of success of less than 30%.
Mexico | Chevron | Energy
September 18, 2022 | 10:30 PM
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