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The internal market for natural gas is growing. En virtud de la Ley No.

The Bolivian congress added a clause to the contracts stating that once the exploration is conducted, the contract is subject to change. Several experts point out that the national and departmental governments should invest more heavily in the productive capacity and small businesses. Transparencia y Responsabilidad en Bolivia: Bolivia also experiences propane and butane shortages, which families purchase for cooking and heating.

Ten years ago YPFB had staff members. The future is highly unpredictable. According to one analyst, the law has decreased corruption in Bolivia.

Bolivia’s Gas Nationalization: Opportunities and Challenges (4) | ANDEAN INFORMATION NETWORK

It also publishes the laws and decrees governing the use of funds. The nationalization was not dramatic by international standards, involving higher taxes and renegotiation of contracts rather than any expropriation, and all of the oil and gas companies in the country continued operations.

The prefecture then compiles the provincial proposals and develops the plan for the department. These include reaching agreements with political opponents, navigating an ongoing decentralization process, reforming an inequitable distribution between levels of government and areas of the country, building administrative capacity to execute larger budgets, and confronting corruption.

Creado en virtud del Decreto Supremo No. Por favor, activar JavaScript para ver este sitio de web. Instead, Bolivia continues to be dependent on natural gas exports to Brazil and Argentina. In addition, the process would benefit from broadening its scope to involve traditional civil society groups. A sustained revenue flow is a prerequisite to Bolivia to productively invest its resources for development. Para ello el programa se ha formulado en torno a tres esferas fundamentales: Recommendations include spending funds on activating the productive sector and investing in industries such as mining, forestry, natural gas, agriculture, and fishing.


One example of social control over government expenditures comes from Cochabamba.

Nonetheless, several civil society organizations have recommendations for oil and gas revenue policy. Bolivia may benefit from the experiences of other countries.

Propane and butane canisters and diesel are highly subsidized. 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. Non-profit organizations claim that since the revenues are from non-renewable resources, they should be used for investment rather than operating let.

During his visit, he emphasized that international investment is secure in Bolivia and foresees doubling its natural gas production by Multiple organizations advocate the need for long term strategies at all levels of government for the use of the revenues, especially for diversifying the productive sector and making it more dynamic.

Norway, for instance, also has strong state control in its oil and gas industry and extracts significant income from the industry. 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 saafco the best use of public funds in a country where many citizens live in poverty.

Byafter privatization, that number had shrunk to staff. Please enable JavaScript to correctly view this web site. Por lo tanto, sus antecedentes provienen de la Ley No.

Bolivia’s Gas Nationalization: Opportunities and Challenges (4)

The legislation requires the government to publicly seek and consider at least three bids based on price and quality and prohibits officials from making decisions when there is a conflict of interest. Several prominent civil society leaders have been tapped by the Morales administration for government posts. Instrumentos e Iniciativas Internacionales suscritos por Bolivia 1.


Inflation from October to October was The association of oil and gas companies notes that YPFB, not surprisingly, was not ready to assume the new responsibilities created by nationalization and still has a ways to go. Siendo reglamentada por el Decreto Supremo No. At the departmental level, there is not a mandatory participative planning process, though different departments involve the public in leyy ways.

This requires managing oil and gas policy to ensure continued production and exploration, working closely with private companies to encourage investment, and strengthening YPFB.

Oversight Committees work well in some municipalities.

The Measurement and Impactof Corruption Victimization: YPFB reports that the investments that petroleum companies have committed to will enable the industry to resolve scarcity problems in At the national level, the annual budget must be passed by law through congress each year.

Unfortunately, though, exploration of gas reserves in Bolivia plummeted in when petroleum companies became nervous about the political climate. This brings fresh ideas and expertise in the government but can diminish the ability of civil society organizations to maintain a critical stance.

It looks like JavaScript is either disabled or turned off. The question then is, in this time of a gas boom, will Bolivia be able to invest the new resources in a way that will position the country and its people in a better way to face the next economy. Desarrollar la capacidad administrativa para impedir o identificar o comprobar el manejo incorrecto de los recursos del Estado.