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Washington, DC
Africa | Latin America & Caribbean
2014-08-29T21:27:30Z | 2014-08-29T21:27:30Z | 2002-08

Since 1998, the EAP Program, initially sponsored by the Latin American Energy Organization (OLADE) and the World Bank, has evolved into a response by the stakeholders of the countries which share the Sub-Andean and Amazon Basin to the challenge of developing a sustainable hydrocarbon industry. This document offers a description of the origins, progress, and results that the Population, Energy and Environmental Program (EAP) has had: a united effort that the stakeholders-governments, oil industry, and indigenous people-are making to reach an understanding through the dialogue and the formulation of initiatives that encourage the integration and development of hydrocarbon projects in a way compatible with the sustainable development of the Amazon region.


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