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Report summary

The Ishpingo, Tiputini and Tambococha heavy oil fields, commonly referred to as ITT, are situated in the Napo province in and to the north of the Yasuní National Park. The ITT complex is one of the Ecuador's largest accumulations of oil. The heavy oil, remote location, and environmental sensitivities all present technical challenges. Development began in 2016 at Tiputini, and Tambococha is expected to begin production in late 2017.

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Tables and charts

This report includes 21 images and tables including:

Tables

  • Key facts: Table 1
  • Participation: Table 1
  • Well data: Table 1
  • Reserves and resources: Table 1
  • Reserves and resources: Table 2
  • Production: Table 1
  • Production: Table 2
  • Cash flow
  • Economic analysis: Table 2
  • Economic analysis: Table 3
  • Geology: Table 1
  • Costs: Table 1
  • Costs: Table 2
  • Costs: Table 3

Images

  • Index Map
  • Detail Map
  • Split of Revenues
  • Cumulative Net Cash Flow - Undiscounted
  • Cumulative Net Cash Flow - Discounted at 10% from 01/01/2018
  • Remaining Revenue Distribution (Discounted at 10% from 01/01/2018)
  • Remaining PV Price Sensitivities

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