February 14th is Valentine’s Day in many parts of the world (and increasingly celebrated in Colombia). It is also the day that BP chose to launch this year’s Energy Outlook, an eagerly-awaited, multi-scenario look at the future of energy demand and supply. (OK, eagerly awaited by nerds like our Analyst.)
Last week, I was at my annual pilgrimage to a high-tech fair in Barcelona and it happens to occur directly after BP publishes its annual Energy Outlook. With the forecast in my head, this year I was particularly looking at the fair for trends that affect the oil and gas business. I found one that will have a definite impact and one that should, theoretically, but for which it was hard to find real-world examples.
Gran Tierra Energy Inc. (TSX: GTE) announced its financial and operating results for the fourth quarter and year ended 2018. The company reported a record average annual production and the firm continues to demonstrate strong financial performance.
Authorities spoke about successful operations against fuel smuggling in the departments of Magdalena, Cauca and Arauca, among others. The development of these and other stories in our periodic Security summary.
Ecopetrol (NYSE: EC) announced its fourth quarter and 2018 results. The NOC’s financial and operational performance in 2018 considerably increased compared to previous year. The firm reported the highest consolidated EBITDA in its history.
The Mining and Energy Planning Unit (UPME) published the members of the National Council for the Operation of Natural Gas (CON Gas). The entity announced the group of producers, distributors, transporters and generators terms.