Fully embracing the region’s energy future requires an understanding of the past.
The History of Petroleum Geology session embraces the past and tells the exploration story. The session features interesting talks and provides valuable insight to those working in industry today.
History of Petroleum Geology at ICE Buenos Aires includes presentations from Argentina, Mexico, Peru and Colombia.
Jorge Hechem kicks off the session with A Century of Exploration in the Neuquen Basin, a talk explaining how today’s tight and shale gas hotspot is nothing new to Argentine explorers.
In a History of the E&P Industry in Mexico, Alfredo Guzman describes the historical evolution of the Mexican energy sector and shares opportunities for the development in the country’s offshore and unconventional resource sectors.
Pedro Alarcon’s presentation, Peru Oil and Gas Industry Perspective and Exploration Potential, reviews the history of Peru’s oil and gas industry and highlights investment opportunities in the country’s offshore and onshore basins.
In a Short Tale of Colombia Offshore Exploration, Victor Ramirez describes the Colombia Caribbean energy sector’s evolution, from the early exploratory efforts and the development of the Chuchupa Ballena field in the 1970s to recent discoveries and future potential in the offshore Caribbean.