Sweet taste of success eludes Argentina

By The Wildcat 8 August 2017
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Drilling in Argentina’s Vaca Muerta. (YPF) Drilling in Argentina’s Vaca Muerta. (YPF)

There is a sense of ‘jam tomorrow’ – Lewis Carroll’s famous metaphor for never-fulfilled promise – building around Argentina’s gas sector. 

The country’s industry suffered a decade-long decline that reached its nadir in 2014, when output dipped below 41.5 billion cubic metres. Argentina has since enjoyed two years of incentive-fuelled growth, with output in 2016 just shy of 45 bcm – a return to 2011 levels. 

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