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The ‘Argentine Permian’ Starts Shipping


  • But not only is it the first ever LNG sale for the country, it is also the first commercial output from the Vaca Muerta shale play – one of the world's largest shale formations and a potential game changer for the hobbling Argentine economy.
  • The US EIA goes even further, estimating that the Vaca Muerta formation holds recoverable resources of up to 16.2 billion barrels of oil and 308 trillion cubic feet of natural gas, which would make it the largest hydrocarbon basin in Argentina, surpassing the Neuquén Basin.
  • But commercial interest also extends beyond these giants; private equity firms Riverstone and Southern Cross Group have invested in creating a midstream Vaca Muerta player called Aleph to boost pipeline infrastructure that will be necessary if Argentina is to continue growing its light oil exports from a projected 70,000 b/d in 2020 and boost LNG sales.



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