Argentina attempts to turn a corner in its hydrocarbons sector

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Report summary

Suggesting a shift towards more investor-friendly policy, Argentina passed hydrocarbon reform in late October. Notably, the hydrocarbons legislation expands incentives; however, persistent adverse macroeconomic conditions, hostility from key domestic interest groups, and an uncertain political future risk dampening investor enthusiasm.

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    • A closer look at Argentina's hydrocarbons reform
    • IOCs likely to wait and see, NOCs eye opportunities
    • Opposition against the hydrocarbons law
    • On the cusp of an election year

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  • Global Tight Oil Resource Potential
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