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Middle Magdalena tight oil unconventional play

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22 October 2020

Middle Magdalena tight oil unconventional play

Report summary

The Colombian government has been promoting the development of unconventional oil and gas in order to ward off expected future shortfalls in domestic production. The largest shale reserves are believed to reside within the Middle Magdalena Valley basin, largely because of stacked pay zones that include the La Luna, Simiti and Tablazo formations. While Colombia benefits from a competitive fiscal system and a history of contract sanctity, there are critical uncertainties facing unconventional resource development.

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This report includes 10 images and tables including:

  • Middle Magdalena Valley basin: hydrocarbon windows and blocks by operator.
  • Type well annual production
  • Type well cumulative production
  • Type well cash flow

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    Middle Magdalena tight oil unconventional play

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    Data Summary Middle Magdalena Shale_.xlsx

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