Report summaryThe upstream industry in Bolivia dates back one hundred years, with the first concession granted in 1910 and liquids production starting in 1925. Today, the country's hydrocarbon output is dominated by gas, which is vital to the country's economy. The land-locked country is the poorest country in the region, and the upstream sector has suffered from a history of political instability. While Bolivia ranks sixth in terms of gas reserves in South America, its central position in the ...
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