Date: August 3, 2017
Time: 11:00am San Diego (1:00 pm Mexico City and Bogotá; GMT/UTC – 8 hours)
Contact: Jacqueline Sanchez
The continued volatility and lower-for-longer oil price environment, among other factors, has reduced some of the attention from Latin America’s shale plays. But what has not changed is the region’s unconventional resource potential. Latin America counts several of globe’s largest unconventional reserves. The US Energy Information Administration (EIA) ranks Argentina second globally in terms of technically recoverable shale gas resources, while Mexico holds the world’s fourth largest resources. Colombia is also an important reserve holder of unconventional reserves. How these countries continue to progress with development of these resources remain critical questions not only for their own energy outlook but also regional oil and gas production trends.
Webinar and virtual panel discussion featuring Aldo Flores, Deputy Minister for Hydrocarbons in Mexico and Rafael Herz, Vice President for Exploration at the Colombia Petroleum Association (ACP). The webinar will be held Thursday, August 3 at 11:00am San Diego (1:00 pm Mexico City and Bogotá; GMT/UTC – 8 hours).
The panel will take stock of the current outlook for unconventionals across the region and provide updates on the latest developments in terms of regulation and licensing rounds, key issues confronting further development, the outlook for the coming months and years.
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