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Beginnings

The first well drilled onshore Jamaica was in 1955 and a total of around 15 wells have been drilled of which 2 were offshore. The last well was drilled in 1981. None have found commercial accumulations of oil or gas although a number of shows have been recorded.

Some interest is now being expressed by international companies in the Walton and Morant Basins, offshore to the south and southeast of the country and seismic acquisition is planned. However, no wells have been started in Jamaica since 1982 and Globalshift forecasts no oil or gas production from the country in the short or medium term.

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