Investment budgets rebound: Latin America month in brief

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06 April 2017

Investment budgets rebound: Latin America month in brief

Report summary

In our March 2017 Latin America upstream month in brief, we highlight the key stories in the region over the last month, adding our expert opinion and analysis to keep you informed. This month's issue highlights increasing upstream investments in Colombia and Argentina's Vaca Muerta shale, first offshore drilling success in post-reform Mexico as well as a third discovery on ExxonMobil's deepwater block in Guyana. In Brazil, Petrobras strives to reboot its asset divestment programme while frontier exploration rebounds. In addition, Venezuela and T&T sign a deal to build a pipeline to send Venezuelan gas to Trinidad's Atlantic LNG facility.

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  • Lead stories
  • Corporate activity
  • Exploration
  • Other stories
  • Meet our analysts
  • Our latest Insights and reports, and upcoming events

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This report includes 7 images and tables including:

  • Vaca Muerta oil window well productivity is competitive with top US high liquid-content plays
  • Planned pipeline from Dragon to the Hibiscus field
  • Planned exploration wells in the Brazilian Equatorial Margin
  • Snoek could push Guyana's production outlook to as much as 450,000 b/d by the late-2020s
  • Number of the Month
  • Dashboard
  • Investment budgets rebound: Latin America month in brief: Image 8

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