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ANLA gets dramatic lesson in the connection between environmental licenses and the stock market

We didn’t see the original article — it has been wiped off the website — but apparently Bloomberg reported yesterday in an interview with Luz Helena Sarmiento, head of the National Environmental Licensing Agency (ANLA), that in June of this year Pacific Rubiales had been denied an environmental license for Quifa North West, part of the company’s second biggest oil field.

Wednesday, September 19th, 2012
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Government announces definite alternatives to protect the Páramo of Miraflores

From a MinAmbiente Press Release. Translated and with commentary by Hydrocarbons Colombia Prior to the community meeting, the Minister Juan Gabriel Uribe, director of Anla, Luz Helena Sarmiento, and a group of congressmen did a flyby by the Quimbo.

Wednesday, September 19th, 2012
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MinAmbiente: Community involvement is key in environmental conflicts

From an Environment Ministry press release. Translated and with commentary by Hydrocarbons Colombia.

Monday, September 17th, 2012
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ANLA draws distinction between surface and subsurface in the case of Emerald Energy in Huila

Resolution 0770 of September 13, 2012 of the National Environmental Licensing Agency (ANLA) concerns Emerald Energy’s activities in the municipalities of Garzon and Gigante, Huila in the Upper Magdalena Basin. Previously the local environmental agency — the Autonomous Corporation of the Magdalena River Basin (CAM for its initials in Spanish) — had imposed on the operator immediate suspension of four activities for failure to comply with the terms of its environmental license:

Sunday, September 16th, 2012
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Recruiter Hays highlights Colombian geo-sciences skills gap

Headhunter Hays Oil and Gas reports on Colombia in their July-October 2012 report. Only Brazil and Colombia in the region get their own section.

Wednesday, September 12th, 2012
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