The Colombia Texas Chamber of Commerce and U.S. Commercial Service Present...
Deepwater and unconventional E&P activities in Colombia are experimenting a significant boost, creating great business opportunities for international companies.
While Colombia is globally recognized as a source of heavy oil, deepwater exploration and the discovery of shale formations have opened phenomenal development opportunities for Colombian conventional oil producers, international offshore and unconventional producers and investors around the world.
High volumes of recoverable reserves such as the Middle Magdalena and Cordillera blocks have been compounded with the Government's policy towards the development of unconventional resources and favorable royalty schemes that indicate it will not be long before Colombia becomes a firm fixture on the international offshore and unconventional resources’ map.
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