Argentina Facts & Figures Snapshot
31.01.2017 / Energyboardroom
Globally, shale gas is set to continue to rise in importance up until 2040.
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.
This chart shows Argentina’s shale resources and potential.
Shale Gas Basins in Southern South America.
The evolution of Argentina’s energy matrix. Natural gas remains top of the tree up until 2025.
The evolution of Argentina’s energy trade balance from 2003 to 2014.
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?
Brazil is firmly established as Argentina’s top trade partner, followed by the EU and China.
Consumer price shift.
Argentina’s public sector deficit has risen year on year since 2010.
Argentina basic facts.
Argentina’s GDP trajectory has regained stability after a difficult period.
Argentina’s estimated shale gas and oil reserves by basin.
Argentina’s gas production; shale is still only a small percentage of overall production.
Argentina’s declining share of FDI.