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Ronda Colombia 2012 - ANH

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    • 1. Ronda Colombia 2012
    • 2. Content2. Colombia – Indicators / targets4. Potential6. Colombia Round 2012 2
    • 3. Colombia has strong fundamentals on which to build prosperitySource: Ministry of Mines and Energy - Colombia 3
    • 4. This is shown by its recent economicperformance Unemployment Rate GDP (PIB US$ Billion) (National total) 9.8 Dec 2011Source: World Bank Source: Statistical Department of Colombia – DANE 4
    • 5. Debt and Growth 36.3% 5
    • 6. Improving SecurityColombia´s security strategy is constantly adjusting to maintainsecurity improvements• Include security considerations in energy planning• Local security analyses for greater efficiency• Increase troops as needed 6
    • 7. Oil production 7
    • 8. Gas production 8
    • 9. Executed ContractsTEA: Technical Evaluation AgreementE&P: Exploration and Production contract 9
    • 10. Seismic acquisition Investment in seismic 560 acquisition USD million (2012) 10
    • 11. Exploratory wells drilledInvestment in 770drilling (2012) USD million 11
    • 12. Investment Oil & gas sector 3rd quarterSource: Banco de la República 12
    • 13. Reserves Oil Gas 13
    • 14. Proved reserves incorporatedMillion barrels of oil equivalent The figure of 2011 is the incorporation expected and correspond to areas of E&P contracts in the same year declared commerciality. 14
    • 15. New E&P discoveries 15
    • 16. Content Colombia – Indicators / targets Potential Colombia Round 2012 16
    • 17. Potential Convencional crude Gas (Associated and free, Bcf) Heavy Oil (MMbbl) Basin / Resource (MMbbl / Tcf) P10 P50 P90 P10 P50 P90 P10 P50 P90 OFFSHORE 276.413,0 75.815,0 12.570,0 205,8 20,6 1,9 Cayos 43.050,0 11.774,0 1.950,0 21,8 2,6 0,3 Chocó Offshore 12.589,0 3.453,0 575,0 58,9 4,4 0,1 Colombia 90.992,0 24.923,0 4.138,0 39,9 4,9 0,6 Guajira Offshore 18.721,0 5.131,0 855,0 10,0 1,1 0,1 Pacifico Profundo Colombiano 92.961,0 25.566,0 4.224,0 39,4 4,7 0,6 Sinú Offshore 8.182,0 2.248,0 377,0 10,4 1,0 0,1 Tumaco Offshore 9.918,0 2.720,0 451,0 25,3 2,0 0,1 ONSHORE 153.952,0 42.148,0 7.436,0 289,4 25,6 1,8 388.653,0 71.386,0 14.224,0 Amagá 804,0 233,0 75,0 3,3 0,3 0,0 Choco 13.444,0 3.682,0 607,0 14,2 1,3 0,1 3.454,0 1.145,0 313,0 Caguán-Putumayo 419,0 137,0 34,0 15,8 1,9 0,2 21.500,0 5.794,0 1.628,0 Catatumbo 213,0 59,0 17,0 8,8 0,7 0,0 Cauca Patía 4.553,0 1.247,0 208,0 60,5 4,3 0,1 Cesar Ranchería 4.137,0 1.135,0 189,0 9,7 0,8 0,0 Cordillera Oriental 22.653,0 6.221,0 1.030,0 44,9 3,6 0,2 5.467,0 3.052,0 1.369,0 Guajira 4.777,0 1.307,0 218,0 17,4 1,3 0,0 Llanos Orientales 3.250,0 892,0 148,0 40,2 4,4 0,5 319.455,0 46.735,0 6.806,0 Sinú San Jacinto 13.469,0 3.697,0 614,0 15,5 1,3 0,1 Tumaco 4.486,0 1.651,0 611,0 6,6 0,6 0,0 Urabá 4.413,0 710,0 159,0 3,9 0,3 0,0 Valle Inferior del Magdalena 13.177,0 3.609,0 602,0 12,3 1,1 0,1 Valle Medio del Magdalena 11.885,0 3.252,0 539,0 7,2 0,6 0,1 22.459,0 10.216,0 3.526,0 999,0 274,0 45,0 10,5 0,9 0,0 16.318,0 4.444,0 582,0 Valle Superior del Magdalena Vaupés Amazonas 51.273,0 14.042,0 2.340,0 18,6 2,2 0,3 Áreas no Prospectivas o aledaña a cuenca TOTAL 430.365,0 117.963,0 20.006,0 495,1 46,3 3,8 388.653,0 71.386,0 14.224,0
    • 18. Potential Gas Hydrates (Tcf) Coal bed methane (Bcf)1 Tar Sand Basin / Resource (MMbbl / Tcf) P10 P50 P90 P10 P50 P90 P10 P50 P90OFFSHORE 75,6 19,1 4,9CayosChocó Offshore 46,9 11,8 3,0Colombia 1,9 0,5 0,1Guajira Offshore 12,2 3,1 0,8Pacifico Profundo Colombiano 3,7 0,9 0,2 Sinú Offshore 5,8 1,5 0,4 Tumaco Offshore 5,2 1,3 0,3ONSHORE 77.510,7 14.612,0 725,4 151.173,8 20.428,8 3.455,2Amagá 516,0 96,0 4,0 318,6 43,1 7,3Choco 2.187,7 295,6 50,0 Caguán-Putumayo 167,0 31,4 1,8 14.203,0 1.919,3 324,6 Catatumbo 682,3 128,2 6,6 816,9 110,4 18,7 Cauca Patía 720,7 134,9 7,0 711,9 96,2 16,3 Cesar Ranchería 17.713,0 3.296,0 161,0 756,1 102,2 17,3 Cordillera Oriental 4.585,2 867,1 43,7 22.109,1 2.987,7 505,3 Guajira 832,4 156,3 7,8 1.035,9 140,0 23,7 Llanos Orientales 573,0 107,3 5,3 16.526,0 2.233,2 377,7 Sinú San Jacinto 33.286,6 6.338,5 313,1 9.067,2 1.225,3 207,2 Tumaco 753,9 101,9 17,2 Urabá 1.027,7 138,9 23,5 Valle Inferior del Magdalena 252,0 47,0 2,0 4.174,3 564,1 95,4 Valle Medio del Magdalena 4.448,0 830,0 42,0 18.650,3 2.520,3 426,3 11.177,7 2.099,8 106,8 25.404,0 3.432,9 580,6 Valle Superior del Magdalena Vaupés Amazonas 4.752,8 642,3 108,6 Áreas no Prospectivas o aledaña a 2.556,9 479,5 24,3 28.678,4 3.875,4 655,5 cuencaTOTAL 75,6 19,1 4,9 77.510,7 14.612,0 725,4 151.173,8 20.428,8 3.455,2
    • 19. Potential Oil Shale3 Shale Oil 4 Shale Gas4 Basin / Resource (MMbbl / Tcf) P10 P50 P90 P10 P50 P90 P10 P50 P90 OFFSHORE Cayos Chocó Offshore Colombia Guajira Offshore Pacifico Profundo Colombiano Sinú Offshore Tumaco Offshore ONSHORE 91.078,0 2.220,1 60,5 151.524,0 19.607,4 3.090,6 2.050,7 265,5 33,8 Amagá 3,5 0,1 0,0 14,4 4,2 0,6 0,2 0,1 - Choco 412,2 10,9 0,3 235,2 71,4 11,4 3,2 1,0 0,2 Caguán-Putumayo 259,1 5,0 0,0 27.802,8 1.319,4 142,8 376,3 17,9 1,9 Catatumbo 85,0 3,6 0,1 1.918,2 403,2 50,4 26,0 5,5 0,7 Cauca Patía 240,2 7,8 0,2 295,8 88,2 13,8 4,0 1,2 0,2 Cesar Ranchería 622,9 13,9 0,3 1.108,2 294,6 43,2 15,0 4,0 0,6 Cordillera Oriental 294,6 9,5 0,3 7.543,8 2.137,8 327,0 102,1 28,9 4,4 Guajira 10.443,3 198,7 1,2 1.373,4 365,4 54,0 18,6 4,9 0,7 Llanos Orientales 798,9 33,3 1,2 68.478,6 10.783,8 1.297,2 926,7 145,9 17,6 Sinú San Jacinto 1.135,1 47,5 1,9 4.565,4 1.171,2 169,2 61,8 15,9 2,3 Tumaco 2.678,0 99,3 3,0 586,8 175,8 27,6 7,9 2,4 0,4 Urabá 1.950,3 97,1 4,1 943,8 241,8 34,8 12,8 3,3 0,5 Valle Inferior del Magdalena 12.166,0 220,4 3,8 1.255,2 362,4 55,8 17,0 4,9 0,8 Valle Medio del Magdalena 39.432,2 549,6 7,3 1.539,0 450,0 69,6 20,8 6,1 0,9 5.986,4 240,9 8,5 469,2 139,2 21,6 6,4 1,9 0,3 Valle Superior del Magdalena Vaupés Amazonas 14.564,9 682,2 28,3 33.394,2 1.599,0 771,6 451,9 21,6 2,3 Áreas no Prospectivas o aledaña a 5,5 0,3 0,0 cuenca TOTAL 91.078,0 2.220,1 60,5 151.524,0 19.607,4 3.090,6 2.050,7 265,5 33,8
    • 20. Potential Gas in Tigh sands 5 (Tcf) Basin / Resource (MMbbl / Tcf) P10 P50 P90 OFFSHORE Cayos Chocó Offshore Colombia Guajira Offshore Pacifico Profundo Colombiano Sinú Offshore Tumaco Offshore ONSHORE 43,7 5,5 1,0 Amagá 0,1 0,0 0,0 Choco 0,9 0,1 0,0 Caguán-Putumayo 6,7 0,9 0,1 Catatumbo 0,5 0,1 0,0 Cauca Patía 0,3 0,0 0,0 Cesar Ranchería 0,8 0,1 0,0 Cordillera Oriental 5,0 0,6 0,1 Guajira 1,0 0,1 0,0 Llanos Orientales 15,6 2,0 0,3 Sinú San Jacinto 2,5 0,3 0,1 Tumaco 0,5 0,1 0,0 Urabá 0,7 0,1 0,0 Valle Inferior del Magdalena 2,6 0,3 0,1 Valle Medio del Magdalena 2,1 0,3 0,0 Valle Superior del Magdalena 1,5 0,2 0,0 Vaupés Amazonas 3,0 0,4 0,1 Áreas no Prospectivas o aledaña a cuenca TOTAL 43,7 5,5 1,0
    • 21. Investors Perception Perception of Attractiveness in LATAM + -Source: ADL 2011 21
    • 22. Colombia offers good business opportunities• A prolific geology• A good business environment• A tradition of contractual stability• A competitive institutional framework• Competitive fiscal and economic terms• Competitive and transparent rounds• Marketing freedom for oil and gas overseas• Exporters will be recognized the opportunity cost of natural gas exports whenever there are interruptions due to internal needs• A window of opportunity 22
    • 23. Content Colombia – Indicators / targets Potential Colombia Round 2012 23
    • 24. Colombia Round 2012 Blocks - Ronda 2012Basin Type 1 Type 2 Type 3 TotalVAU AMAZ 2 2CAT 2 2COL 4 4COR 4 19 23GUA 2 1 3GUA OFF 3 3LLA 17 2 2 21CAG PUT 3 1 9 13SIN OFF 1 1SIN SJ 4 4 8TUM OFF 2 2URA 1 1 2VIM 4 4 1 9VMM 4 4 1 9VSM 1 6 7Total 29 34 46 109 24
    • 25. Colombia Round 2012 On Off shore shoreType 1 29Type 2 29 5Type 3 40 6Total 98 11 Sísmica 2D Número de Tipo Total (Has) (km) pozosTipo 1 914 76 656.520Tipo 2 1.644 186 3.591.333Tipo 3 438 23 9.229.703Total 2.996 285 13.477.556 25
    • 26. Blocks with unconventional potentialTotal of Type 1 Type 2 Type 3 blocks 31 0 13 18Basin Type of block Number of blocks CAT 2 2 2 4 COR 3 17 2 4 VMM 3 1 VSM 2 3 26
    • 27. Thank you !www.anh.gov.co 27

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