Growth in fuel demand in Peru is outpacing supply.
The investments include an investment of US$300mn by Repsol for block 57, a new gas compression plant, and new pipelines and reactivation of the Sagari 4X well.
The nation recorded near record low reliance on oil revenue in the first four months of 2017.
In a presentation to investors in Moscow on Tuesday, ANP director general Décio Oddone said nine E&P licensing rounds in the next two and a half years will lead to direct investments of US$83bn, with a further US$125bn expected to be pumped into associated projects.
The tender entails the construction of a liquid fuels terminal, one of four terminals to be built as part of the port's expansion project.