Frequently Asked Questions

How many final compensation agreements have been signed with the families affected by the spill?

The Pampilla Refinery has reached final compensation agreements with more than 6,000 families, which is equivalent to almost one third of the Single Registry of Affected Persons prepared by the Government, comprising close to 10,300 individuals.

Who benefits from the compensation agreements promoted by Repsol?

These final compensation agreements are reached with various groups such as:
ice cream vendors, parasol vendors, motorcycle taxi drivers, beach goods vendors, food vendors, and others belonging to the affected districts of Ventanilla, Ancón, Santa Rosa, Aucallama, and Chancay.

How are compensation agreements reached?

The final compensation agreements are crafted through a process of dialogue with representatives of the involved groups. The entire process follows the guidelines established by the United Nations for these cases.

What is the status of the rehabilitation plans for the areas affected by the spill?

Repsol plans to execute the rehabilitation plans in the corresponding areas, following the completion of the clean-up work announced last April. The company reiterates its commitment to returning the coastline to its original state.

What are the conclusions of the OEFA’s final report?

The report states that 28 beaches and coastal areas have been declared free of hydrocarbons and that the seawater and seabed are now clean, which should allow the competent authorities to allow the prompt reactivation of fishing activity.

It is important to note that the OEFA report is based mainly on sampling carried out between March and June

Pursuant to Supreme Decree 039-2014-EM, the Pampilla Refinery will draft an Environmental Rehabilitation Plan. The plan must be approved by the Ministry of Energy and Mines and subsequently executed by the company.