Bottom Line: Emerald Oil has not pumped crude for four months since a young driver was killed in a FARC attack on a truck convoy.
Bottom Line: The Catholic Church holds much more political and social power in Colombia than in other countries and frequently pronounces on issues of the day.
Bottom Line: Reactions by industry leaders to the killing of 5 Ecopetrol contractors in Putumayo this week.
Bottom Line: The Colombian domestic market is unbalanced with respect to supply so the government – and Pacific Rubiales – are looking to export.
Bottom Line: This is taken from a Pacific Rubiales press release so it has the expected positive tone. Still given the industry’s reputation for stealing the “black gold” and leaving behind nothing but an environmental mess, any publicity with a positive spin has to be celebrated.
Bottom Line: MinMinas “propaganda” to encourage vehicle conversion to gas.
Bottom Line: The changes are logical, permitting a company to take advantage of conventional opportunities discovered in a unconventional block and vice versa, obviously with some adjustments in the case where the cheaper and less stringent unconventional blocks.
Bottom Line: Expressions of outrage over the killing of five Ecopetrol contractors at the hands of the Farc.