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  • [2012-03-02] Are Bolivia's Plans for its Oil Sector Overly Ambitious? 

    Inter-American Dialogue’s Latin American Energy Advisor
    Bolivia's state-run energy company, YPFB, has said that it expects investment in the country's oil and gas sector to reach $2 billion in 2012, nearly doubling this year's record of $1.2 billion. While 64 percent will ...
  • [2010-05-25] Bolivia and Brazil inaugurate gas pipeline 

    Notisur writers
    Bolivian President Hugo Banzer and Brazilian President Fernando Henrique Cardoso inaugurated Latin America's longest natural-gas pipeline Feb. 9. The binational pipeline, completed at a cost of US$2 billion after decades ...
  • [2010-05-25] Bolivia gets Brazil to agree to pay higher prices for natural gas 

    NotiSur writers
    Bolivian President Evo Morales has successfully negotiated a commitment from the Brazilian government to pay higher prices for the natural gas it imports from Bolivia. Negotiations had been a long-term strain between the ...
  • [2010-05-25] Bolivia: Corruption and errors in Petroleum contracts hinders nationalization of natural gas 

    NotiSur writers
    Bolivian President Evo Morales has reacted angrily to revelations that there was corruption among members of his Movimiento al Socialismo (MAS) in the setup of contracts to extract the country's large natural-gas reserves. ...
  • [2012-03-19] Tension Continues Between Bolivian President Evo Morales and Native People 

    Gaudín, Andrés
    The appearance of pockets of the Bolivian indigenous population who are withdrawing the support that they have always given the administration of President Evo Morales has given the political right some cause for ...