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If the Oversight Committee detects wrongdoing, it can request that the Ministry of Finance freeze the account. All chose to stay and renegotiate their contracts to be in line with the new policy, indicating that their profit level is sufficient to keep them operating.
The nationalization was not dramatic by international standards, safdo higher taxes and renegotiation of contracts rather than any expropriation, and all of the oil and gas companies in the country continued operations.
In addition, long term planning is particularly important for those communities most impacted by environmental and resource degradation effects of oil and gas extraction. El Decreto Supremo No. Unless it ensures investment in production facilities and exploration, Bolivia may continue to face difficulties in honoring its contracts with Brazil and Argentina as well as satisfying internal demand.
This has occurred several times. Norway, for instance, also has strong state control in its oil and gas industry and extracts significant income from the industry. The association claims that Bolivia could have been a large international exporter of liquid natural gas, but instead, is the supplier of last resort to neighboring countries, who are seeking to be less dependent on Bolivia.
Some factors in the country will help in this regard. Other dynamics present further challenges. In terms of transparency, the Bolivian government has provided key information to the public.
This should be seen as a real achievement. A sustained revenue flow is a prerequisite to Bolivia to productively invest its resources for development. The price of cement, a key component in housing construction, has risen significantly.
Los resultados esperados a mediano plazo se encuentran, esencialmente, los siguientes: Bolivia uses hydroelectric power in the rainy season but has been experiencing more droughts and less rain in the past several years, leading to greater reliance on natural gas.
Creado en virtud del Decreto Supremo No. Non-profit organizations claim that since the revenues are from non-renewable resources, they should be used for investment rather than operating expenses. This requires managing oil and gas policy to ensure continued production and exploration, working safcoo with private companies to encourage investment, and strengthening YPFB. In addition to the formal processes, Bolivia benefits from a strong and engaged civil society. The Bolivian congress added a clause to the contracts stating that once the exploration is conducted, the contract is subject to change.
The Vice Ministry of Decentralization has developed an impressive website called the Bolivian Democratic Observatory with detailed budget, spending, and statistical data on each municipality. Nonetheless, Bolivia remains a country leg large natural gas reserves that are relatively economical to exploit, positioned in the middle of the large and growing South American market, in an era of high gas prices.
Por lo tanto, sus antecedentes provienen de pey Ley No. These factors include a government that has professed the goal of using the revenues for development, pey active civil society, and existing public participation and accountability laws and mechanisms.
Bolivia’s Gas Nationalization: Opportunities and Challenges (4)
The contract with Argentina comes with a monetary penalty for failure to deliver. These include reaching agreements with political opponents, navigating an ongoing decentralization process, reforming 22012 inequitable distribution between levels of government and areas of the country, building administrative capacity to execute larger budgets, and confronting corruption.
One example of social control over government expenditures comes from Cochabamba. The media and civil society groups heavily criticized the departmental government of Cochabamba for recently purchasing sixty luxurious automobiles for transporting government employees — an expenditure that while falling short of corrupt, may not be the best use of public funds in a country where many citizens live in poverty.
Ten years ago YPFB had staff members.
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Nonetheless, several civil society organizations safc recommendations for oil and gas revenue policy. The strong negative reaction will make the department think twice before making future purchases, and led the departmental government to return some of the vehicles.
The Vice Ministry is also planning to add information on the departments and is working with the Ministry of Planning and Development to build a database related to the National Development Plan.