The Vice minister of Mines and Energy (MinMinas), Diego Mesa, spoke about the government’s plan to reactivate the national gas industry.
The Colombian government announced the royalties budget for the 2019-2020 period with a historic figure of CoP$24T. However, the “real” value could be larger, due to a recent adjustment by the Ministry of Finance (MinHacienda).
The General Comptroller’s Office warned about the alleged environmental, social, and legal risks of developing unconventional resources. The Colombian Association of Petroleum Engineers (ACIPET) responded to these comments.
In a study of more than 200 pages, the General Comptroller’s Office warned about the alleged environmental, social and legal risks of developing unconventional resources.
The National Environmental Licensing Agency (ANLA) met with TPL Colombia LTD to discuss new requirements for the Turpial project, located in the municipalities of Puerto Boyacá (Boyacá) and Puerto Triunfo (Antioquia).
According to a report from the Chamber of Petroleum Goods and Services (Campetrol), the consequences of saying ‘No’ to fracking go beyond assuring the country’s energy self-sufficiency.