Ecopetrol, Talisman say Colombia oil area commercially viable
BOGOTA Dec 9 (Reuters) - Colombia's state-owned oil company Ecopetrol and Canada's Talisman Energy say the Akacias CPO-09 onshore oil area in the southeastern province of Meta which they have been exploring jointly, is commercially viable.
Ecopetrol owns a 55 percent stake in the area and Talisman 45 percent.
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