BMI View: Ecuador's upstream sector will largely suffer from the broader industry downturn through the remainder of the decade, but its downstream sector is likely to shift to net exp orter status by 2019. We hold a downbeat growth outlook for the country as a result of increasingly limited upstream prospects and continued uncertainty regarding the future of Ecuador's largest untapped oil field .
|e/f = BMI estimate/forecast. Source: EIA, BMI|
|Crude, NGPL & other liquids prod, 000b/d||527.2||557.1||546.0||540.6||532.5||537.8||548.6|
|Refined products production, 000b/d||157.8||142.0||127.8||153.4||154.1||262.0||393.0|
|Refined products consumption & ethanol, 000b/d||254.1||264.2||266.8||270.8||274.9||280.4||286.7|
|Dry natural gas production, bcm||0.5||0.7||0.7||0.7||0.7||0.7||0.8|
|Dry natural gas consumption, bcm||0.5||0.5||0.5||0.5||0.6||0.6||0.6|
Latest Updates and Key Forecasts :
Oil production will decline through 2018 as upstream investment declines amid continued low oil prices. This will be compounded by natural depreciation rates at the country's mature fields, despite efforts to increase recovery rates
A poor above ground environment, including unattractive contract terms and an uncertain regulatory environment, acts as a significant deterrent to greater foreign investment.
In the fall of 2014, an international oilfield consortium committed to spend USD2.1bn over the next five years to boost oil recovery rates from 17 mature oil fields. In light of a prolonged industry downturn, we do not expect the full amount of funds will be allocated, limiting potential upside over the next five years.
Petroecuador's crude supply agreement with PTT in August 2015 will not propel crude...
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