Repsol yesterday presented to the authorities the plans required in Resolution No. 00013-2022-OEFA/DSEM of January 31 that establishes the closure of the maritime facilities at the La Pampilla Refinery
The Minister of the Environment, Rubén Ramirez, today visited the Emergency Control Center that Repsol has at the La Pampilla Refinery
Repsol confirms that it has received notification of Resolution No. 00013-2022-OEFA/DSEM.
Repsol uses the most advanced satellite technology and artificial intelligence tools to monitor the progress of cleanup work at sea
Repsol is bringing more than 200 additional tons of equipment by air to Peru to use it in the cleanup of the areas affected by the oil spill.
As part of the actions deployed, Repsol has signed a collaboration agreement with the Fishermen’s Association of the district of Ancón, which represents 1,045 fishermen
Immediately after the oil spill, Repsol activated all required protection and compensation policies. Before 24 hours had elapsed, Repsol had also hired world leading companies in environmental solutions
Marino Morikawa, a renowned Peruvian scientist, joins the cleanup and remediation work of the affected areas after the oil spill in Ventanilla, to contribute to the work coordinated by Repsol.
Repsol has been holding meetings and coordinating with civil society organizations and local authorities to learn about their needs and provide them with support in the situation generated