Friday, February 15th, 2019
The long-awaited report of the commission of experts was presented to the public Thursday afternoon. We attended. The study concluded there was much opportunity but much uncertainty so the country should run a pilot. Which is what Ecopetrol had proposed last year.
With better weather in Bogotá – it is not raining too much – it seems clear that we are heading into another El Niño weather phenomenon. That means drought and less hydroelectric generating capacity, which, in turn, should mean more demand for natural gas.
The government recently announced its National Development Plan (PND), which according to senator Guillermo García (Liberal Party), will have a negative impact on the country’s middle class.
The Colombian government announced its development plan for the current Presidential period, and energy security occupies a special place in this document. This time we will talk about the government’s goals in this issue.