Monterrey 2021

The Mexican Petroleum Congress is the most important forum in the country that aims to disseminate original research, best practices and technologies related to oil exploration and production in the following categories:

  • 1. Geology
  • 2. Geophysics
  • 3. Deposits
  • 4. Development and Optimization of Exploitation
  • 5. Hydrocarbon Production and Marketing Systems
  • 6. Well Intervention
  • 7. Industrial Safety, Hygiene and Environmental Protection
  • 8. Administration and Business
  • 9. Information Technology

The CMP Monterrey 2020 Technical Report is made up of the technical works presented during the Congress Technical Sessions, in such a way that they have been reviewed by three experts selected by the technical committees of the participating professional Associations (AIPM, CIPM, AMGP, AMGE and SPE Mexico Section). They constitute a fully arbitrated source of technical information on the current state of knowledge in the different topics related to the business of oil exploration and production.

De tal manera que se solicita que los trabajos se entreguen bajo las siguientes normas y lineamientos para su publicación en las memorias del CPM Monterrey 2020:

  • 1. The manuscripts prepared may be in Spanish or English.

  • 2. It should be sent to the email

  • 3. Maximum length of 20 pages, including tables, graphs, figures, photographs, etc., which must be placed in the corresponding place and sent in TIFF or JPG format with a minimum quality of 300 dpi.

  • 4. It must be written in 12 point Arial font for the text and 14 point for the titles, using the corresponding spelling accents in capital letters. The interlinear spacing should be 1.5.

  • 5. The word processor must be Microsoft Word.

  • 6. To a column with 3 cm margins on the left side and 2 cm on the remaining sides.

  • 7. The article heading must include the following information: Job identifier (CMP2020_XXX), which was assigned at the time of registration.

  • 8. The Title of the work: it should be short and concise, without exceeding 15 words (the first one in capital letters and the others in lower case).

  • 9. Details of the main author and co-authors: full name, and in parentheses, name of the institution or company to which they belong.

  • 10. The structure of the work must contain:

  • · Summary
  • · Content according to topic and subtopic
  • · Boards
  • · Graphics
  • · Concussions
  • · Nomenclatures (if applicable)
  • · Thanks
  • · Appendices (if applicable)
  • · References
  • · Professional trajectories of the author and co-authors (short)

  • 11. The abstract should not exceed 300 words. Preferably the same one that was used to record the work.

  • 12. The mathematical expressions must be written clearly, taking care that the symbols are legible and using the International System of Units.

  • 13. The references stated in the development of the works should be noted indicating the author's last name and the year of publication, for example: "Recently, García (1996) ...", or, "In a recent work (García , 1996) ”... For three authors or more: García et al. (nineteen ninety six.

These references will be cited at the end of the text and in alphabetical order according to the manual established by the Publication Style Guide (SPE) that are exemplified below:

Bourdet, D. 2002. Well Test Analysis: the Use of Advanced Interpretation Models. Amsterdam: Elsevier.

Hernández García, M.A. 2011. Desarrollo del Campo Cauchy: Caso de Éxito en la Región Norte. Ingeniería Petrolera LII (2): 19-35. Soliman, M.Y., Miranda, C. and Wang, H.M. 2010. Application of After-Closure Analysis to a Dual-Porosity Formation, to CBM, and to a Fractured Horizontal Well. SPE Prod & Oper 25 (4): 472-483. SPE-124135-PA.

Conference, meeting, etc .:
Al-Khalifa, A.J. y Odeh, A.S. 1989. Well Test Analysis in Oil Reservoirs with Gas Caps and/ or Water Aquifers. Artículo SPE 19842, presentado en: SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition, San Antonio, Texas, octubre

Pérez Martínez, E. 2011. Estudio de Conificación de Agua en Yacimientos Naturalmente Fracturados. Tesis de Maestría, UNAM, Programa de Maestría y Doctorado en Ingeniería, México, D.F. Miguel Hernández, N. 2002. Scaling Parameters for Characterizing Gravity Drainage in Naturally Fractured Reservoir. PhD dissertation, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas.

PDF (online)
Secretaria de Energía. Dirección de Planeación Energética. 2011. Balance Nacional de Energía 2010.ía %202010_2.pdf (descargado el 1 de febrero de 2010)

NRF-005-PEMEX-2000. Protección Interior de Ductos con Inhibidores. 2000. México, D.F.: PEMEX, Comité́ de Normalización de Petróleos Mexicanos y Organismos Subsidiarios.

Eclipse Reservoir Engineering Software. 2005. Schlumberger,

  • 14. The professional career of the author and co-authors should not exceed 100 words each in the language in which the article was written, these will be located after the references.

  • Doubts or Comments:

    Juan Antonio Cuevas Leree

    Rafael Pérez Herrera