Llanos Orientales (ODL) socialized the construction of a Carmentea-Araguaney pipeline in the Yopal municipality, which will connect a well in Tauramena with Cenit’s Araguaney station in Yopal, and community leaders are wary of its effect on urban growth and alleged lack of local hires.
Representatives of companies that operate in Casanare and Arauca met with armed forces and police officials to discuss actions following incidents that affected public order and the Caño Limon pipeline.
Colombia’s Chamber for Petroleum Goods and Services, Campetrol, published a statement written by Pacific Rubiales which outlines the company’s case that it has been a model in terms of development and ideas for how the industry must move forward.
An international study found that despite Colombia’s status as the country with the second most biodiversity in the world, it is among the 40 countries that do the least to protect this rich variety.
The Colombian government says one million new users have been connected to the natural gas network Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos took office in August 2010.