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    The “Old” Controversy over Oil Exploitation in Costa Rica Is Back on

    The proposal “Use of National Energy Resources” -read it correctly: let's exploit oil, export electricity, and weaken the MINAE- that would be...

    Arduous Way of Costa Rica to Go beyond Its Fame of Sustainable Country

    An advertising postcard of Costa Rica shows a privileged country for substantial -intense rains- water and rivers, hydroelectric development benefited from allowing...

    RECOPE Will Be Transformed into a Public Company of Alternative Energies

    A new bill proposes transforming the Costa Rican Petroleum Refinery (Recope) into a public alternative energy company. The initiative...

    Argentinian Origin Activist Warned that the Taboga Company Will Dry Up Wetlands to Produce...

    A serious denunciation was made by the Argentinian origin activist Gadi Amit, who has been living in Costa Rica for decades, in...

    Decision to Mix Gasoline with Ethanol “Goes Ahead”

    The Government is moving forward in its proposal to mix super and regular gasoline with ethanol (gasohol) and place it on the market the...

    Costa Rica’s Petroleum Industry and How It Can Be Optimized

    Considered the largest company in Central America, with 50 years of existence, it focuses its operations to meet the tasks of import and distribution...

    The Impact of World Petroleum Prices for Costa Rica

    In Costa Rica, the oil bill is considered a never-ending issue since, for many ones, it is the cause of affecting their pockets every...

    Government Does Not Discard Natural Gas as a Potential Source of Energy

    The Costa Rican Petroleum Refinery (Recope) does not forget about natural gas as an energy proposal in the future and points to the continuity...

    A 48-Minute Interview with President Carlos Alvarado

    “If we have achieved so many wonderful things with absurd restraints, the question is, where would we be if we did not have those...

    Learn why fuel is so expensive in Costa Rica

    Have you ever wondered where the thousands of millions of colones go that drivers spend every day on each liter of fuel? It is common to...

    Authorities Conducted Raids in the Case of a Joint Refinery between Costa Rica and...

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - Costa Rica authorities conducted a series of raids as part of the investigation of the case of joint...

    RECOPE Wants Costa Rica to Increase use of Natural Gas

    Costa Rica’s state-owned gas and oil refiner RECOPE is looking for Costa Rica to increase natural gas usage as an energy source, a change...

    RECOPE Selling More Gas with MMT Additive that Should be Banned by the Ministry...

    Despite complaints of damages to vehicles and the damage it causes to people’s health and the environment, the Costa Rican Oil Refinery (RECOPE) will...

    Report Shows RECOPE Exceeds Legal Limits of Highly Toxic Chemicals in Fuel

    The Association of Vehicle and Machinery Import (AIVEMA) conducted a series of chemical studies that states that the gasoline the Costa Rican Oil Refinery...

    RECOPE $40 Million Spent Just On Studies For China Refinery

    San Jose - The Costa Rican Oil Refinery (RECOPE) has spent more than $ 40 million in studies infrastructure on roads and remodeling...

    Vice-President Liberman Minister Garnier accused of violating ethical principles

    San Jose - This morning, the Office of Ethics delivered to the Office of the President Laura Chinchilla a report on the investigation...

    Costa Rica Free Trade Agreement –Good, Bad and the Ugly

    San Jose - Costa Rica is struggling with the private sectors onslaught since the opening of the markets with Central American Free Trade...

    RECOPE Struggling with Financial Loss and New China Refinery

    The Department of Economics and Finance recognizes RECOPE’s financial struggle is still going forward with $ 650 million for the construction of a new...

    RECOPE should consider options before making new refinery say experts

    Limon Costa Rica (TCRN) - A number of experts agree that building a new refinery in Costa Rica may not be such a good...
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