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Argentina Facts & Figures Snapshot

31.01.2017 / Energyboardroom

Globally, shale gas is set to continue to rise in importance up until 2040.

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Shale is vital to Argentina, but the South American country’s production lags behind that of Mexico, Algeria, Canada, China and the US.

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Despite taking a big hit in 2007; Argentina’s production of natural gas is on the rise and set to reach levels last seen in 2003.

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This chart shows Argentina’s shale resources and potential.

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Shale Gas Basins in Southern South America.

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The evolution of Argentina’s energy matrix. Natural gas remains top of the tree up until 2025.

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The evolution of Argentina’s energy trade balance from 2003 to 2014.

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Supply outstripped demand in terms of Argentinian energy until 2010 when the country turned from a net exporter to a net importer. Can the current administration redress the balance?

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Brazil is firmly established as Argentina’s top trade partner, followed by the EU and China.

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Argentina’s public sector deficit has risen year on year since 2010.

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Argentina basic facts.

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Argentina’s GDP trajectory has regained stability after a difficult period.

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Argentina’s estimated shale gas and oil reserves by basin. 

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Argentina’s gas production; shale is still only a small percentage of overall production.

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Argentina’s declining share of FDI.

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