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Like the US, Argentina has a mature oil and gas industry that sees shale and new drilling technology as the answer to fast declining reserves and energy self sufficiency. Unlike the US, Argentina doesn't have access to America's vast capital markets and will be relying on investment from the biggest oil companies to reverse substantial output declines over the past decade. Read the report to see where Argentina's hydrocarbons industry is headed under its new administration.
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