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PetroTal Announces 2023 Year-End Oil Reserves
Delivering Reliable and Sustainable Oil Extraction in Peru
With significant experience developing oil fields in Northern Peru, we constantly improve our environmental performance and operate in a way that minimizes environmental impact.
Bretaña is a large heavy oil field located in the Maranon Basin along the Ucayalit River in Peru. Operated by PetroTal, production was first initiated in June 2018 and was delivered on time and under budget.
Block 107 is located in part of the regions of Huánuco, province of Puerto Inca, and Pasco, province of Oxapampa. We are currently in the Exploration Phase of the license agreement.
Building Opportunities Together
We help build a culture of participation. We do it through our informative process, and by encouraging, engaging and supporting local organizations.
We proudly operate in a safe and clean manner, and meet industry requirements in a transparent manner. With a collaborative and open approach, we create shared responsibility.
We promote local enterprises that energize traditional economies, and generate innovation and sustainable development. This strengthens the relationship between the pubic and private sectors.
Our Commitment is to Protect Water, Soil and Biodiversity.
At PetroTal we are committed to applying national regulations and the best international industry standards to perform our activities in a safe manner, taking care of the environment and respecting the populations influenced by our operation.
Our operations respect and protect the more than 1000 animal species that call the Pacaya Samiria National Reserve home.
Over 965 plant species live and thrive in the rain forest surrounding Block 95 and we’re committed to keeping it that way.
We invest millions in building community infrastructure in Peru – 2.5% of oil sales are invested back into the community.
Stories that demonstrate the importance and value of our local community.
Local Fisherman Shares Knowledge
Fisherman from Puinahua shares techniques he learned in Chile to optimize the use of the paiche fish.
Puinahua population received more than 3,200 health care and social programs.