GeoPark Limited ("GeoPark" or the "Company") (NYSE: "GPRK"), a leading independent Latin American oil and gas explorer, operator and consolidator with operations and growth platforms in Colombia, Chile, Brazil, Argentina, and Peru 1, today announced its work and investment program for 2017. (All figures are expressed in US Dollars). A conference call to discuss 3Q2016 Financial Results and 2017 Work Program and Investment Guidelines will be held on November 15, 2016 at 10 a.m. Eastern Standard Time. 2016: Secure Steady Growth amid Market Volatility With oil prices plunging as low as $30 per barrel in 2016, GeoPark's ability to rapidly adjust its modular work and capital program as well as the attractiveness of its asset portfolio were demonstrated by GeoPark continuing its consistent yearly track record of growing reserves and production. Production is targeted for 10% growth during 2016 with expected important reserve increases from the Colombian drilling program and extensions of the Tigana/Jacana oil field complex. 2017: Higher Growth with Tigana/Jacana Winds at its Back For 2017, GeoPark has designed a self-funded program that can be adapted to and provide production growth in different oil price scenarios. The depth of the Company's project portfolio allowed it to screen over 150 different projects proposed by GeoPark's five country business units; and then select the top 50 projects (30-35 new wells) determined by technical, economic and strategic criteria. The main focus of the 2017 work program will be to unlock the potential of the Tigana/Jacana oil field complex with a 15+ well drilling program and new facility construction. These represent low cost, low risk, quick cash flow cycle projects with high expected financial returns to further produce, develop and appraise this expanding world-class oil play. GeoPark will also carry out additional exploration drilling on the Llanos 34 Block in Colombia on a new fault-trend north-west of the Tigana/Jacana oil field complex, as well as, explore new attractive prospects in Argentina, Chile and Brazil.