Or even in Latin America. The headline might have upset your board members or institutional investors when it appeared a few weeks ago but it was false. Colombia is not exactly a shining example of public service morality but not the most corrupt in the world or even the region.
It’s that time again when we shut down for the year-end holiday period. Governments and the courts are mostly (or entirely) shut down and we run out news to report. This is our last scheduled newsletter until Monday, January 13th, 2020.
The National Hydrocarbons Commission (ANH) hosted an event in Bogotá, to discuss key issues like the recent modifications to the General Royalty System (SGR), with local authorities. HCC attended the event.
Inhabitants of El Morro (Casanare) spoke about the impact that Equion’s Community Meeting Point (PEC) have had on their community. These and other Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) stories in our periodic summary.
The National Hydrocarbons Agency (ANH), the Territory Renewal Agency (ART) and the Presidential Council for Stabilization, signed a letter of understanding to develop Development Programs with Territorial Approach (PDET) in oil regions.