The department of Sucre will invest CoP$1T of royalties in the region. This and other news in our periodic royalties’ summary from last month.
The Unión Sindical Obrera (USO) installed a billboard involving an Ecopetrol (NYSE: EC) executive with the ‘ñeñe politica’, as a symbol of protest.
The extractive sector is the main industry contributing to social and sustainable investment.
The National Strike generates negative impacts on the economy and these continue to grow in the oil sector.
The Union of Workers of the Oil and Energy Industry of Colombia (Utipec), showed its rejection of the blockades in oil fields.
The Minister of Mines and Energy Diego Mesa spoke again about the effects of the blockades on oil production and the sector.
We are updating our Covid-19 graphs for those who are not doing their own tracking but there will not be much commentary as the charts, unfortunately, speak for themselves.
The Colombian Oil, Gas and Energy Chamber (Campetrol) gave an assessment of the effects of the protests on oil exports.
Members belonging to USO declared themselves in permanent assembly, within the framework of the national strike in Colombia.
The ‘Works for taxes’ program is progressing at a good pace in the country.
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