South America / GoM
Country summary: Chile
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Chile - recent news
|20 Aug 18
||Chile: GeoPark announces new Jauke gas field discovery in Chile
GeoPark has announced the successful drilling and testing of the Jauke-1 exploration well in the Fell block in Chile. The well tested an average production rate of 5.8 million standard cubic feet per day of gas (or 970 boepd).
|17 Jan 18
||Chile: GeoPark announces new gas play discovery in Chile
GeoPark has announced the successful drilling and testing of the Uaken-1 exploration well in the Fell block in Chile. A production test through different chokes in the El Salto formation resulted in an average production rate of 0.8 million standard cubic feet per day of gas.
|13 Jun 16
||Chile: ConocoPhillips and ENAP to explore for gas in southern Chile
Chilean state oil company ENAP has signed a deal with ConocoPhillips to explore and eventually exploit gas deposits in the nation's remote southern Magallanes region, a source familiar with the agreement confirmed on Monday.
|05 Jun 16
||Chile environmental watchdog probes GeoPark for illegal fracking
Chile's SMA environmental regulator said on Friday it was investigating Latin America-focused oil and gas explorer GeoPark for alleged violations, including fracking activities without having the necessary permits.
|01 Sep 14
||Chile: ENAP plans to pad drill 55 wells for gas in Tierra del Fuego
Chile's petroleum corporation, ENAP, is planning to drill 55 non conventional new wells in Tierra del Fuego beginning September until the end of 2015, with the purpose of increasing the current production from 450.000 cubic meters per day to a million cubic meters of 'tight' gas.
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