Tagged With Ecopetrol
Transition slips down the Latin American energy priority list
17 June 2020
State-controlled energy companies are well placed to lead the decarbonisation vanguard but must weigh other key government priorities
Ecopetrol positions for the rebound
15 May 2020
The twin shocks of Covid-19 and the oil price collapse have severely impacted the company’s bottom line, but it is well-placed to bounce back
Colombian fracking edges closer to reality
2 July 2019
Mindful of the country's energy security, the government is looking towards its shale assets
Latin America's continental contraction
5 December 2017
The region has seen a decade of surging crude consumption come to a crashing halt. Refining woes mean imports are still on the rise
Latin America’s NOCs fall from grace
28 June 2016
The state’s heavy hand will slow recovery for the region’s state firms, hurting production and new exploration for years to come
Rise of the slashers
24 March 2016
Latin America’s oil majors are turning to bankers to cut fat and mend desperate finances
Ecopetrol continues acquisition binge, as Colombian oil rebirth rolls on
30 September 2010
Ecopetrol is experiencing a renaissance as it grabs the revival of Colombia's oil sector with both hands
BP to sell Colombian business
1 September 2010
AS PART of its $30bn asset-disposal programme, BP agreed to sell 100% of the shares in its Colombian business last month
Colombia's Ecopetrol thinks big
1 September 2010
ECOPETROL is pushing ahead with plans to plough $80bn into its operations in 2011-20
BP to sell Colombian business
3 August 2010
BP's latest sale in its $30bn asset-disposal programme is 100% of the shares in its Colombian business
Colombian oil production on the rise
7 December 2009
The prospects for the oil and industry in Colombia look promising, with production and reserves increasing and investors pumping money into the country
A dependable destination
1 July 2007
Growing foreign investment in the oil industry – partly thanks to resource nationalism elsewhere – means Colombia will not become a net oil importer for at least seven years, writes Tom Nicholls