South America / GoM
Country summary: Argentina
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Argentina - recent news
|08 Jan 19
||Argentina: Echo Energy provides update on well stimulation programme
Echo Energy reports that the equipment required for the stimulation of the EMS-1001 well, drilled in June 2018 on the Company's Fraccion C licence, onshore Argentina, has now arrived on site and that stimulation operations have commenced.
|20 Dec 18
||Argentina: President Energy provides update on new concessions in Rio Negro Province, Argentina
President Energy has provided an update relating to the new Puesto Prado and Las Bases Concessions in Rio Negro Province, Argentina.
|18 Dec 18
||Argentina: President Energy announces drilling success at Puesto Flores field
President Energy has successfully completed the PFO 1005 development well at the Puesto Flores field - the third and final new well in the current drilling programme. Both primary and secondary targets have displayed 18 metres of net oil pay and the well is anticipated to come on production at or around New Year.
|11 Dec 18
||Argentina announces USD2.3 billion joint shale oil project with Malaysia's Petronas
Argentina’s state-controlled energy company YPF and Malaysia’s Petronas are forming a joint venture to invest USD2.3 billion over the next four years in the country’s Vaca Muerta shale oil fields, according to the president’s office.
|11 Dec 18
||Argentina: Echo Energy announces update on Argentina operations
Echo Energy, the Latin American focused upstream oil and gas company, has announced Board changes and provided an update on its planned operational programme across its licences in Southern Argentina.
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