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A technician is seen at an oil drilling rig of Vaca Muerta Shale oil reservoir in Loma Campana, in the Patagonian province of Neuquen, some 1180 Km south-west of Buenos Aires, Argentina on December 4, 2014. YPF has an agreement with US Chevron to exploit Vaca Muerta, the world's second largest reserve of shale gas and fourth largest reserve of oil, estimated to contain the equivalent of 27 billion barrels.  AFP PHOTO / JUAN MABROMATA        (Photo credit should read JUAN MABROMATA/AFP/Getty Images)
A technician is seen at an oil drilling rig of Vaca Muerta Shale oil reservoir in Loma Campana, in the Patagonian province of Neuquen, some 1180 Km south-west of Buenos Aires, Argentina on December 4, 2014. YPF has an agreement with US Chevron to exploit Vaca Muerta, the world's second largest reserve of shale gas and fourth largest reserve of oil, estimated to contain the equivalent of 27 billion barrels.  AFP PHOTO / JUAN MABROMATA        (Photo credit should read JUAN MABROMATA/AFP/Getty Images)

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Daniel Gustavo Montamat, presidente de Montamat & Asociados SRL, indica que utilizar este yacimiento puede contribuir a superar el problema energético, pero no es suficiente para alcanzar el desarrollo económico del país.

¿Es la explotación de Vaca Muerta la solución en Argentina?

Daniel Gustavo Montamat, presidente de Montamat & Asociados SRL, indica que utilizar este yacimiento puede contribuir a superar el problema energético, pero no es suficiente para alcanzar el desarrollo económico del país.