LLA 32 is located in the southern Llanos basin of Colombia. The block contains 6 medium oil fields: Bandola, Calona, Carmentea, Kananaskis, Maniceno and Samaria. The LLA 32 block is located in the prolific Llanos basin, immediately north of LLA 34, and produces from the Mirador and Une formations. The Llanos basin is a sub-Andean basin located in Colombia and covers 286,000 square kilometres. The basin is limited to the west by the Eastern Cordillera, to the east by the Guyana Shield, to the north by the Arauca Arc and Barinas basin, and to the south by the Amazon basin. The traps in this basin are often associated with normal and antithetic faults with related stratigraphic traps (including pinchouts, paleohighs, and channels). The sedimentary rocks in the Llanos foothills and Llanos basin regions were deposited in a basin that evolved from a back-arc basin in the late Cretaceous time to a foreland basin in the early Tertiary.