Report summaryAbove-ground risk in Colombia has decreased in recent years as the government has reasserted control over large areas, and operators work with the military to secure operations. Relative to its peers, the country offers competitive fiscal terms and attractive acreage. Wood Mackenzie foresees an improving risk environment through the end of the forecast period. Localised delays remain likely in the near term due to transport bottlenecks and isolated violence from rebels and local communities.
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- Colombia risk profile PDF - 1.13 MB 17 Pages, 3 Tables, 7 Figures
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