Report summaryCachicamo is located in the Llanos basin of Colombia and is operated by Pacific E&P. The licence consists of five fields: Andarios, Cirigulo, Guacharaca, Greta-Oto, and Hoatzin. The Cachicamo block is located in the prolific onshore Llanos basin. The basin is located on the east side of the Andes Mountains and covers an area of approximately 200,000 square kilometres. The formation of the basin was initiated by Jurassic rifting and subsidence and ended with the late Miocene Andean Orogeny. The basin is a northwest dipping monocline that includes a thick Palaeozoic-Cretaceous marine depositional sequence that can reach a maximum thickness of 3,000 meters (9,850 ft). The late Tertiary continental sediments of the Guayabo formation overlie the marine sequence, which is associated with the "Cordillera Oriental" uplift in late Miocene through Pleistocene.
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