Subsidy for liquefied petroleum gas will continue until 2017

The subsidy for liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) will continue until 2017. This, after the arrival of electric cookers, which will replace electric cookers. In this way, the government seeks to reduce the subsidy on LPG that costs around USD 700 million a year. This term is to wait...

Maritime terminal is inaugurated in Santa Elena

President Rafael Correa inaugurated the maritime reception, storage and distribution terminal of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) in Monteverde, Santa Elena. This terminal will serve as a supply central for oil derivatives, when the Pacific Refinery `Eloy Alfaro´ begins its works,...

Correa visits Liquefied Petroleum Gas Station

President Rafael Correa toured the pumping and storage station of Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) `El Chorrillo´ in Pascuales, Guayaquil. The President verified the functioning of the plant, which has capacity to store 15,000 tonnes of LPG for a supply of between 20 and 25 days....