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Discoveries made so far offshore Guyana are expected to lead to a gross production of more than 750,000 barrels of oil per day by 2025.
The Norwegian state-owned oil company has high expectations for the South American country.
This special program provides temporary admission of imported goods, such as oil platforms and equipment, for a limited amount of time.
Falling breakevens, access to new acreage and sizeable reserves are keeping Latin America front and center.
The latest startups mean BP has brought five of its seven major 2017 projects onstream.
The government will launch round three for bids even though there has never been a discovery offshore Uruguay.
The Colombian government expects offshore discoveries to triple gas reserves.
Growing demand in Argentina’s central Pampas and Patagonia regions presents opportunities for investors as the country seeks to build three new gas pipelines.
Mexico makes history with its first deepwater contracts with private operators, including BHP Billton, Chevron and Inpex. What does it mean for exploration on the Mexican side of the Gulf of Mexico?
The country’s first auction of 2017 will offer onshore areas. The government will also auction post-salt and presalt areas.
U.S. firms across the value chain can take advantage of opportunities that will emerge from Mexico’s energy reform, say experts at EnerCom.
As GeoPark Ltd. looks to grow its production, the extent of which depends on oil price, the Latin America-focused independent also wants to expand its portfolio.