Guyana’s associated gas glut will be a challenge6 April 2017
Guyana is turning into the biggest exploration story of 2017, with ExxonMobil announcing a succession of massive oil discoveries off the coast of the tropical South American country. However, the associated gas from the giant finds could be a headache for the supermajor.
“With each discovery, the disposal of associated gas – we estimate over 3 trillion cubic feet [85 billion cubic metres] – becomes a bigger challenge,” said Wood Mackenzie in a research note published last week.
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