Colombia is home to rich history and culture, a welcoming community of people, and is the destination of many travelers. Bordering on both the Pacific and the Caribbean, Colombia offers a huge range of terrain, from the Amazon rainforest near Leticia to the snowcapped mountains of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta as well as the tropical islands of San Andrés and Providencia. The country has 46 million people, a history of a stable economy and the main exports are crude oil, coal, coffee, and non-ferrous metals. “Colombia is South America's third-largest oil producer. The country is also a significant oil exporter, ranking as the fifth-largest crude oil exporter to the United States in 2015. A series of regulatory reforms enacted in 2003 makes the oil and natural gas sector more attractive to foreign investors and has led to an increase in Colombian oil and natural gas production Colombia produced 1 million b/d of petroleum and other liquids in 2015, which includes crude oil, condensate, natural gas plant liquids, other liquids, and refinery processing gain. Colombia's oil production increased by an annual average of 11% from 2008 to 2013, but growth has slowed in recent years, and production was relatively flat after 2013 (Figure 2). Colombia consumed 293,000 b/d in 2015, allowing the country to export most of its oil production.” POG: Perisson Petroleum is an oil and gas exploration and development company with assets located in the Middle Magdalena Basin, Columbia’s most prolific oil and gas producing Basin. Perisson has recently purchased assets in Alberta.
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