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04 July 2014

Suriname risk brief

Report summary

The offshore oil and gas industry is in a nascent stage and is hampered by lack of infrastructure and an embryonic supply chain. Geopolitics has improved greatly as Suriname recently resolved two offshore border disputes, greatly facilitating oil and gas exploration. Civil unrest has also reduced in recent years. Looking ahead, little change is expected unless the country registers a major discovery. In this case, infrastructure would likely improve, but it may lead to tightening fiscal terms.

Table of contents

  • Executive summary
    • 1. Ease of entry
    • 2. Fiscal system
    • 3. Contract sanctity
    • 4. State presence
    • 5. Regulation
    • 6. Corruption
    • 7. Geopolitics
    • 8. Labour activism
    • 9. Natural hazards
    • 10. Civil unrest
    • 11. Security
    • 12. Environment
    • 13. Supply chain
    • 14. Local content
    • 15. Infrastructure
    • 16. Fiscal Stability
    • 17. Pricing
    • 18. Currency risk
    • 19. Domestic market obligation
    • 20. Gas market access
    • 21. OPEC affiliation
    • Suriname Risk Matrix – 2014

Tables and charts

This report includes 5 images and tables including:

  • Executive summary: Table 1
  • Asset Risk Index (ARI) forecast - Suriname
  • Political map
  • Risk matrix: Image 1
  • Location map

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