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Abstract

Cupiagua is a giant rich gas condensate accumulation in the foothills of the Colombian Eastern<br>Cordillera. The production comes from three clastic reservoirs: Mirador, Barco and Guadalupe. Since the<br>field was discovered in 1992, it has produced under a combined drive mechanism of gas expansion and reinjection.

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2006-09-24
2021-06-13
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