South America / GoM
Country summary: Peru
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Peru - recent news
|27 Jul 20
||Peru: PetroTal announces restart of production at Bretana oil field
PetroTal's Bretana field, which was temporarily shut-in in response to a directive issued by the Peruvian government’s health department related to COVID-19 prevention, restarted operations on July 15th, 2020 and production has returned to pre-shutdown levels of 11,500 bopd.
|18 Jun 20
||Peru: PGS Peru MegaSurvey - first seismic data now available
First data is now available on PGS’ Peru MegaSurvey. This large-scale merged and matched seismic dataset, including 2D and 3D data, provides E&P companies interested in South America with an excellent opportunity to evaluate prospectivity on a regional basis.
|18 Jun 20
||Peru: PetroTal announces completion of US$18 million equity placing
PetroTal, the Peruvian focused E&P company, has announced that its £14.1 million placing, as announced on June 12 2020, has now been completed.
|12 Jun 20
||Peru: PetroTal signs enhanced oil sales contract with Petroperu
PetroTal has entered into an arrangement with Petroperu which will result in the Company’s liability to Petroperu in relation to the recent oil price movements being payable over a three year period, rather than at the point of sale of the oil. The oil sales contract has also been extended from one year to three years on enhanced terms.
|07 May 20
||Peru: PetroTal announces temporary shut in of Bretana oil field
PetroTal has announced that the Northern Oil Pipeline operated by Petroperu has been shut down by a public health directive from the Peruvian government, thereby resulting in PetroTal having to shut in the Bretana oil field as a result of storage capacity limitations.
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