Petroperú

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Petróleos del Perú S.A.
Petroperú
Type S.A.
Industry Oil and gas
Predecessors Empresa Petrolera Fiscal
Founded July 24, 1969 (1969-07-24)
Headquarters Lima, Peru
Owners Ollanta Humala
Website http://www.petroperu.com.pe

Petróleos del Perú S.A. (Petroperú) is a Peruvian state-owned petroleum company. Its activities include transport, refinery and commercialization of fuel and other oil derivatives. It was created on July 24, 1969, during the presidency of Juan Velasco Alvarado, using properties expropriated by Peru from local oil companies and the International Petroleum Company, a subsidiary of Esso Corporation. Those properties included the world's oldest giant oilfield, La Brea y Pariñas, first discovered in 1869 and eventually acquired by Esso. The original title to the property was granted by Simón Bolívar himself.[1] In 2013, it was informed that Petroperú is interested in buying all of the assets of Repsol in Peru.[2]

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  1. ^ Country Assessment — Peru, ASPO Newsletter #45, Association for the Study of Peak Oil & Gas, Sept 2004.
  2. ^ http://www.rpp.com.pe/2013-01-29-merino-gobierno-esta-interesado-en-comprar-grifos-de-repsol-noticia_562419.html.  Missing or empty |title= (help)

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