New Latin America Oil and Gas Activity Map to 2017 at the Offshore Technology Conference

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Press Release on 06/05/2013

Offshore Technology Conference (OTC 2013)
Reliant Center, Houston, Texas
6 - 9 May 2013
Booth: 8851

Infield Systems will be launching the latest edition of its Latin America Oil and Gas Activity Map To 2017 at the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC 2013), in Houston, Texas. FREE copies will be available to all visitors to Infield Systems’ Booth – 8851.

Infield Systems is proud to announce the launch of its latest, fully updated and revised, mapping product – The second edition of the Offshore Latin America Oil & Gas Activity Map To 2017. This popular wall map highlights the hot spots of activity offshore Latin America, as well as providing capital expenditure information and forecasts relating to key aspects of the market, including: deepwater, key operators, floating production, fixed platforms, subsea, pipelines and control lines.

With exploration and development plans still moving forward at a pace, and new discoveries continuing within the region, the need for accurate information on where these developments are located and how they will tie into the existing infrastructure is important to every industry executive.

The Latin American region (Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Falkland Islands, Mexico, Trinidad & Tobago and Venezuela) contains some of the world’s largest hydrocarbon reserves. Whilst the largest proportion of the region’s reserves are located in Venezuela, these are primarily onshore, the largest offshore reserves are those discovered relatively recently in the pre-salt, ultra-deepwater Santos and Campos basins offshore Brazil. Mexico has significant, albeit mature, shallow water deposits, whilst most of the rest of the region is still in the process of developing the onshore reserves, which tend to be easier – hence Brazil’s continued dominance regarding offshore Latin American Capex. Unlike North America, the Latin American region is dominated by National Oil Companies (“NOCs”) which include: Petróleo Brasileiro S.A. (“Petrobras”), Petroleos de Venezuela (“PdVSA”) and Petroleos Mexicanos (“PEMEX”).

The map is 1045.5mm (W) x 1493.5mm (H), and includes detailed inset maps featuring the major producing areas with all existing and future oil and gas fields, platforms and pipelines being planned or considered through to 2017, and is reproduced in full colour, with onshore satellite imagery and licence block and concession areas listing current operator status.

Infield Systems’ new Latin America Activity map provides an exciting new update about the increasing levels of activity in this region. This map is one of a series of 9 offshore oil and gas wall maps . The full range includes:

This map will be officially launched with FREE distribution at OTC 2013 in Houston, Texas, and will be available from Infield Systems’ Stand 8851. Rolled and folded copies are available to purchase online from the Infield Shop.

Visitors to the stand will also be able to pre-order Infield Systems’ latest Latin America Regional Perspectives Market Report To 2017.


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