- Colombia's government has nixed two environmental licensing requests made by ConocoPhillips and Canacol Energy for fracking projects in northern Cesar province
- the companies reportedly failed to meet minimum conditions for the Piranga project, while the Plata project raised possible water protection concerns
- a commission convened by the government to study non-conventional exploration methods has recommended strict monitoring of three pilot projects to determine whether fracking techniques should be widely used
- COP holds an 80% stake in the projects and Canacol the remaining 20%
Wednesday, March 20, 2019
The Road To Colombia -- March 20, 2019
From SeekingAlpha, Colombia rejects Conoco's bid to frack.
Posted by Bruce Oksol at 3:10 PM