Two oil wells San Martin 1 e 2 in the Camisea River basin, a tributary of the Urubamba River; A natural gas separation plant with a 44 hectares, and supposedly 600 million barrels of liquid gas, 60 km (37 mile) pipeline linking the plant to the Urubamba River; A seaport for loading gas with four 3 km (1.8 mile) long underground pipes.
The transportation of natural gas to the city of Pisco by a 700 km (435 mile) pipeline, with a separate 540 km (335 mile) pipeline for liquefied gas.
|Level of Investment for the conflictive project||2.700.000.000,00|
|Type of population||Rural|
|Start of the conflict:||2002|
|Company names or state enterprises:||Pluspetrol from Argentina|
Hunt Oil from United States of America
SK Corporation from Republic of Korea
Tecpetrol from Peru
Royal Dutch Shell (Shell) from Netherlands
Repsol from Spain
Transportadora de Gas del Perú (TGP)
|Relevant government actors:||Ministry of Mines and Petroleum - Ecuador, TGP - Peru, OSINERG - Peru, Grupo Tecnico de Coordinacion (GTCI Camisea), Consejo Nacional del Ambiente (CONAM)|
|International and Finance Institutions||Inter-American Development Bank (IADB)|
Andean Development Corporation Bank (CAF)
|Environmental justice organizations (and other supporters) and their websites, if available:||AIDESEP - Peru, CECONAMA - Peru, COMARU - Peru, FECONAYY - Peru, CEDIA - Peru, APRODEH - Peru, Management Committee of Lower Urubamba - Peru, La Esperanza Shintorini Camisea Association - Peru, Oilwatch - Nigeria|