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Latin America - events to watch in 2013


Latin America - events to watch in 2013

Report summary

We anticipate that Latin America will remain a leading region for oil and gas exploration and production in 2013, with industry continuing to make substantial investments. What major events can we expect over in the next 12 months?

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  • Licensing to finally resume in Brazil
  • Frontier exploration in the Caribbean will grow and could be transformational
  • Energy reform in Mexico back on the table in 2013, but will be delayed
  • Development of unconventionals in Argentina's Neuquén Basin will commence
  • Growing momentum in unconventionals elsewhere in the region
  • For the energy industry, the status quo will remain in Venezuela
  • Little production growth in Brazil in 2013, but strong growth to follow
  • Colombian oil production to remain strong, but fall short of one million b/d annual target
  • Delays to development expected to continue in Colombia and Peru

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  • Licensing to finally resume in Brazil
  • Frontier exploration in the Caribbean will grow and could be transformational
  • Energy reform in Mexico back on the table in 2013, but will be delayed
  • Development of unconventionals in Argentina's Neuquén Basin will commence
  • Growing momentum in unconventionals elsewhere in the region
  • For the energy industry, the status quo will remain in Venezuela
  • Little production growth in Brazil in 2013, but strong growth to follow
  • Colombian oil production to remain strong, but fall short of one million b/d annual target
  • Delays to development expected to continue in Colombia and Peru
    • Latin America Map
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