Browsing Latin American Energy dialogue, white papers and reports by Subject "Rafael Correa"
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[2012-10-23] Ecuador, 'impuesto verde' a las gasolinas This article discusses the 'green tax' that was applied to gasoline in spring 2012. The tax will finance improvements in the quality of gasoline produced in the country.
[2011-09-01] How Is China Changing Latin America's Energy Sector? China recently announced several loans worth billions of dollars to Ecuador and Venezuela—to be paid back largely in the form of oil—for public works, energy and infrastructure projects. These investments and others have ...
[2012-02-28] Is Ecuador's Refinery of the Pacific on Track? In 2008, PDVSA and PetroEcuador agreed to build the ""Eloy Alfaro Delgado"" Refinery of the Pacific, which reportedly will be the only high-conversion plant on Latin America's Pacific coast. The facility will require an ...
More than 1,500 indigenous protesters last month brought Ecuador's capital city to a "standstill" over government plans to exploit natural resources in the Amazon region. The group alleges that President Rafael Correa ...