As we reported, recently the first ‘window’ of the new ‘permanent’ block assignment process (known as PPAA for its initials in Spanish) passed its first hurdle successfully. In this article, we look at the results, based on the notes we took at the event. Official results, have been published confirming our estimation of the leading bidder for each block.
The National Hydrocarbons Agency (ANH) held a press conference to talk about the Permanent Competitive Process (PPAA). Nicolás Mejía, Vice President for Promotion and Assignment of Areas of the National Hydrocarbons Agency (ANH) and Luis Miguel Morelli, President of the ANH, were at the event. We bring a brief summary of the meeting.
Tuesday, June 4, 2019 marks the first block assignment process since July 2014, nearly five years ago. Much has happened and oil prices – a primary determinant of investment and so participation – are still well below where they were during the last auction. Here is the announced list of qualified participants.
The oil sector continues to announce agreements to encourage the exploration and production of oil and gas in the country, with the Colombian authorities’ support. The National Hydrocarbons Agency (ANH) announced a new agreement between Parex (TSX: PXT) and Ecopetrol (NYSE: EC).
One of the biggest changes by this new government has been finally launching the new Permanent Bidding Process. Originally announced in September 2015, it would be an understatement to say this has had a long gestation period. But it has finally arrived. We asked Marianna Boza and the team at Brigard Urrutia to give our readers an overview.
The National Hydrocarbons Agency (ANH) announced the official launch of its Permanent Competitive Process. Here is what the industry has to say about it.
The Colombian government wants to reactivate hydrocarbons exploration and production as soon as possible. Luis Miguel Morelli, President of the National Hydrocarbons Agency (ANH), spoke about the offshore blocks, new regulation and other key issues for the industry.