Search for your article of interest

Recent News

Legal action filed for self-sufficiency

Legal action filed for self-sufficiency

The Foundation for the Rule of Law (FED Colombia) joined the chorus of voices raising concerns about Colombia’s impending risk of losing its energy security and sovereignty in the field of hydrocarbons.

Monday, May 6th, 2024
Usefulness:

Can alternative energies replace traditional ones?

In the journey towards energy transition with alternative sources, encouraging achievements reflect a growing global awareness of the issue.

Monday, May 6th, 2024
Usefulness:

Environmental licenses, hurdles for mega projects

Environmental licenses remain a significant obstacle for various energy projects in Colombia, posing challenges for the industry and its stakeholders and becoming a major cause of delays, ultimately jeopardizing the country’s energy security.

Monday, May 6th, 2024
Usefulness:

Mining labor reconversion?

President Petro urged the Ministry of Labor (MinTrabajo) to take charge of the labor reconversion of miners in La Guajira to prevent them from ending up jobless.

Monday, May 6th, 2024
Usefulness:

“If its war, its war”

Colombian President Gustavo Petro said this in his X (Twitter) account after the country’s Armed Forces successfully downed 15 dissident FARC soldiers near hotspot El Plateado, Cauca. Maybe it was the president’s well-known flare for the dramatic. Maybe it was frustration. Maybe it was a message to the dissident FARC or the ELN or the Clan del Golfo or all. Maybe it was a mix of all three reasons.

Monday, May 6th, 2024
Usefulness:
Taxation ‘eats up’ foreign investment

Taxation ‘eats up’ foreign investment

The oil and mining sector was responsible for 34.3% of Colombia’s foreign direct investment in 2023, but taxes are affecting this.

Thursday, May 2nd, 2024
Usefulness: