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Bolivia - Hydrocarbon Sector Reform and Capitalization Technical Assistance Project (anglais)

The objective of the Hydrocarbon Sector Reform and capitalization Technical Assistance Project is to assist the Government in the analysis, planning design and execution of its reform program for the hydrocarbon sector, inclusive of institutional strengthening and the capitalization of Yacimientos Petroliferos Fiscales Bolivianos (YPFB). The project comprises three components. The first component, legal and reg Fr%frulatory Framework, including analytical studies and preliminary activities for the design of the overall legal and regulatory framework for the reform of, and future development in the sector. The second component, capitalization of YPFB, including pre-capitalization analytical studies and preliminary activities and preparation for the capitalization transaction of Mixed Economy Coporations (MECs). Institutional strengthening is the third component, and will enable the National Secretariat of Energy (NSE) to carry out the reforms and monitor the sector by: 1) strengthening of DGH to be involved in prepatory activities leading to the establishment, in its reforms, policy making in the area of safety and operation standards, monitoring contracts, and development of an Project Unit which will carry out these functions.

Information

  • Date du document

    1995/06/02

  • Type de document

    Mémorandum et recommandation du Président

  • Numéro du rapport

    P6228

  • Volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Pays

    Bolivie,

  • Région

    Amérique latine et Caraïbes,

  • Date de publication

    2015/07/10

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Titre du rapport

    Bolivia - Hydrocarbon Sector Reform and Capitalization Technical Assistance Project

  • Mots clé

    legal and regulatory framework;equitable distribution of wealth;water supply & sewerage;excise tax on gasoline;oil and gas company;Oil and Gas Sector;liberalization of capital flow;procurement and disbursement;mixed economy;procurement of consultant;social investment fund;natural gas export;distribution of shares;corporate income tax;private oil companies;liquefied petroleum gas;weights and measure;form of share;exchange rate fluctuation;transfer of asset;domestic private investment;private foreign investment;natural gas production;barrier to entry;types of contract;barriers to investment;number of shares;public information campaign;net present value;cost of import;petroleum product price;foreign direct investment;project costing;hydrocarbon sector;production and export;government's reform program;capitalization program;prior review;organizational structure;environmental regulation;strategic investor;structural adjustment;computer hardware;foreign exchange;Consulting services;financial resource;analytical study;adjustment program;physical facility;productive activity;environmental matters;grace period;management control;local expenditure;special account;local taxes;fax machine;consultancy service;project financing;environmental law;product pipeline;Child development;agreed schedule;diagnostic study;private enterprise;export corridor;fiscal impact;regulatory expert;procurement progress;poverty category;regulatory program;procurement procedure;environmental audit;appraisal mission;Indigenous Peoples;international boundary;government's policy;oil field;exchange adjustments;market strategy;debt issue;project finance;financing activities;industrial safety;environmental issue;common vision;Financing plans;government financing;regulatory commission;local good;procurement system;government response;project execution;retroactive financing;legal framework;domestic sale;institutional strengthening;private investor;sedimentary basins;proven reserve;business cost;review procedures;Tax Cost;foreign consultant;regulation implementing;budgetary allocation;institutional framework;personnel training;border price;local costs;external market;production activity;administrative support;supervisory authority;facsimile machine;wholesale distribution;pipeline transport;promotion campaign;sole shareholder;data bank;indigenous population;ecological issues;remote area;political platform;productive sector;market asset;existing asset;safety control;investment obligation;environmental norms;safety standard;government objective;government's capacity;clear rules;government revenue;skilled staff;amortization period;poverty alleviation;reform measure;implicit subsidy;economic distortion;market price;foster competition;credit balance;downstream operation;private capital;respective responsibility;social issue;hydrocarbon reserve;auditing requirements;

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