The Colombian government has initiated a strategy to boost the exploration and production of hydrocarbons in the country, but concerns about loss of self-sufficiency continue. María Fernanda Suarez, Minister of Mines and Energy (MinEnergia), talked to the possibility of importing natural gas and the need for a new regasification plan in the Pacific.
Inhabitants of the Mercaderes municipality (Cauca) arranged a popular consultation themselves, to decide on the future of the industry in their territories.
The possibility of implementing unconventional techniques such as fracking has generated much discussion and speculation in the country. Rodrigo Suarez, Director of the National Environmental Licensing Agency (ANLA), spoke on this subject and rumors about possible licensing procedures to allow this technique.
Entrepreneurs gave their opinion on the management of government members. The XXI Business Survey interviewed 650 managers in the country, and the results leave a clear message for the government.
The Minister of Mines and Energy (MinEnergia), María Fernanda Suárez, spoke at the “Cesar Energy development: How does it contribute to the national energy security?” Forum. Here are the details.
Colombia continues to discuss the possibility of implementing unconventional techniques to increase its oil reserves. According to experts, this could be some of the effects that losing self-sufficiency can have on the national economy.
The government announced the Medium Term Fiscal Framework (MFMP) projections for the oil sector. The Chamber of Petroleum Goods and Services (Campetrol) spoke about these projections and the expectations that they generate.