RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A total of US$749.8 million was paid to the Peruvian state by companies working in the hydrocarbon sector as royalties from January to September 2021, indicated the National Society of Mining, Petroleum, and Energy (SNMPE).
The mining-energy guild reported that this figure (US$749.8 million) represented a 130% growth compared to the US$325.6 million paid by oil companies for royalties in the same period last year.
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