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The Age of Abundance
Figure: Where is Brent Headed?
Figure: Where is WTI Headed?
Argentina: Change is in the Air
Figure: Oil Production in Argentina
Figure: Rig Count in Argentina
Bolivia: Looking for New Gas
Figure: Bolivian Investment in Hydrocarbons
Figure: Natural Gas Exports
Figure: Planned Exploration Investment through 2019
Brazil: Looking Ahead
Figure: Oil Reserves
Figure: Pre-salt Production
Chile: Enap Diversifies
Figure: Chile's Energy Mix
Colombia: A New Course Needed
Figure: Dropping Rig Count
Figure: Oil Production in Colombia
Mexico: A Reform Matures
Figure: Oil Production in Mexico
Peru: Natural Gas Projects Take Center Stage
Figure: Peru Oil Contracts
Figure: Wells Drilled in Peru
Venezuela: More Pragmatism?
Figure: Towering Resources
Ecuador: The Other Opec Member Moves to Produce More
Figure: Planned Investment, Petroecuador
The Rest: Uruguay, Dominican Republic, Cuba, Trinidad, Paraguay, Guyana
Figure: Upcoming Rounds
Conclusion: Busts are Common, but the World is Different
Figure: Monthly Oil Price
The drop in oil prices has impacted oil exporting nations throughout Latin America. Production hasn't fallen significantly, but spending is down. As the world enters a new period of oil and gas abundance, in which the days of US$100/b oil are a distant memory, how will nations in Latin America adapt?
Mining Outlook 2016: Adapting to the New Reality of Volatility and Complexity
Electric Power Outlook 2016: Power Market Opportunities in Turbulent Times
Financial Services Outlook 2016: A Focus on Asset Quality
LNG Continues Expansion in Latin America
Oil & Gas Juniors: Weathering the Storm in Latin America
Opportunities in Brazil's Oil in Midst of Crisis
Offshore Oil in Latin America: Time to Hit the Brakes?
New Opportunities: Latin American Oil and Gas Rounds in 2015
Latin America's Refining Industry: Sovereignty at What Cost?
Outlook: 2015 Signals Broad Shift
Oil and Gas Stats 1Q14
Oil and Gas Stats 4Q13