indigenous protesters amazon of Peru Released two tankers and 14 crew members held in protest while the company’s activities oil company Operations in the area have resumed, a company source said.
“Neither the crew nor the barge were harmed,” it added.
Two hijacked ships, one of which was released on Tuesday 40,000 barrels of crude oilwhich happened after indigenous group leaders met with regional authorities on Saturday, revealed a source related to the issue, who requested anonymity.
Two barges, one of which is flying the flag of Brazil, dedicated to Shipping crude oil down the Amazon to Brazil (export), from the production area oil company a town in the area loretoaccording to company data.
The deal was finalized on Friday, while Aidecobap He hijacked the crew on the barge; during a meeting oil company She was “forced” to retire. “This is a clear sign of an attempt to politicize the discussion,” the company said.
oil company In a statement on Saturday, it said it rejected the deal from the Aboriginal group Aidecobap with regional governors loretoit was unaware that the government had previously reached an agreement with communities in the area on the management of the Petroleum Resource Development Fund.
Whether it’s a representative of an indigenous group or a governor loreto Available for comments.
oil companymatrix in Canadasays it contributes 2.5% of the value of its production to local oil funds for project development in the towns in which it operates.
The company reports its production Lot 95 of 20,000 barrels of crude oil per day For several months in March and April, it came under constant attack from indigenous groups demanding greater benefits from oil extraction and complaining about pollution and spills in the area.