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Latin America upstream in brief


Latin America upstream in brief

Report summary

The Latin America upstream in brief provides Wood Mackenzie's view on key industry events in Mexico and the Caribbean, Central and South America as they unfold. Declining legacy onshore production has been met with a highly active offshore sector. Discoveries in Guyana, Brazil, Colombia and Mexico are reshaping the upstream landscape south of the border. Argentina also stands out through its burgeoning shale developments, one of the few bright spots for unconventionals outside the United States. Strong licensing activity, led by Brazil and Mexico, has drawn a diverse landscape of players exploring new opportunities in the region. We cover these issues, and more, in the Latin America upstream in brief.

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  • Latin America upstream in brief PDF - 1.98 MB 12 Pages, 1 Tables, 8 Figures
  • Latin_America_Month_In_Brief_Archive_082017.pdf PDF - 2.97 MB
  • Dashboard_August_08302017.pdf PDF - 133.37 KB

Description

This Upstream Oil and Gas Insight report highlights the key issues surrounding this topic, and draws out the key implications for those involved.

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  • Exploration competition heats up in Suriname
  • Uruguay Round 3: a viable exploration alternative
  • Merger to create Latin America's largest integrated player
  • Colombia's new onshore round aims to reboot exploration
  • Pemex wins extension on Round Zero blocks
  • Petrobras reboots onshore divestment programme with small fields sale
  • Vaca Muerta investment commitments
  • Proposed legislation could halt further French Guiana exploration
  • Financial sanctions will have limited impact on Venezuela's oil and gas sector
  • Statoil the latest Major to enter Vaca Muerta
  • Brazil clears another major hurdle with REPETRO extension
  • Shell increases investment in Vaca Muerta pilot JV with YPF
  • Petrobras makes another commercial oil discovery in the pre-salt
  • Profits all-round for Latin American NOCs
  • Range Resources gains small footprint in Trinidad's shallow-water
  • Petrobras plans shallow-water divestments in Campos basin
  • Successful Vista E&P IPO signals strong investor appetite for Mexico

In this report there are 9 tables or charts, including:

  • Exploration competition heats up in Suriname
  • Uruguay Round 3: a viable exploration alternative
    • Model contract terms
    • Round 3 blocks on offer
    • IRR sensitivies
    • X-Factor comparison
  • Merger to create Latin America's largest integrated player
  • Colombia's new onshore round aims to reboot exploration
    • Sinu-San Jacinto exploration blocks
  • Pemex wins extension on Round Zero blocks
  • Petrobras reboots onshore divestment programme with small fields sale
  • Vaca Muerta investment commitments
  • Proposed legislation could halt further French Guiana exploration
    • French Guiana and surrounding basins
  • Financial sanctions will have limited impact on Venezuela's oil and gas sector
  • Statoil the latest Major to enter Vaca Muerta
    • Argentina Vaca Muerta new blocks
  • Brazil clears another major hurdle with REPETRO extension
  • Shell increases investment in Vaca Muerta pilot JV with YPF
  • Petrobras makes another commercial oil discovery in the pre-salt
    • Campos Basin production outlook
  • Profits all-round for Latin American NOCs
  • Range Resources gains small footprint in Trinidad's shallow-water
  • Petrobras plans shallow-water divestments in Campos basin
  • Successful Vista E&P IPO signals strong investor appetite for Mexico
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