Thursday, July 7, 2022

Colombia’s Ecopetrol Reports Oil Find In Tisquirama Block

BOGOTA, Colombia (Dow Jones)–Colombia’s state-controlled oil company Ecopetrol (EC, ECOPETROL.BO) reported a discovery Wednesday at an exploratory well in its decades-old Tisquirama block in the northern state of Cesar.

The block currently produces 2,400 barrels a day of crude oil, and the new find at the Tisquirama Este-1 well will allow the company to “significantly increase” production at the block, it said in a statement.

“In initial tests, the well produced 624 barrels of oil per day,” said Ecopetrol, which fully owns and operates the block.

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The Tisquirama block has been producing since the 1960s, and the latest discovery is part of its near-field exploration efforts, in which exploratory wells are drilled near existing fields and can have a higher expectation of success than wildcat exploration.

Ecopetrol produced 724,000 barrels of oil equivalent a day last year, and aims for 1 million barrels a day by 2015 and 1.3 million barrels by 2020. To reach those longer-term goals, analysts say Ecopetrol will need at least one or more big discoveries.

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