The “Sustainable Coexistence” project is being carried out in Block 57. Repsol is the operator of this block, located in the Amazon region of Cusco, Peru, where the native community of Nuevo Mundo is located. After an initial controversy and through a process of transparent and participatory dialogue, Repsol and the Nuevo Mundo Community reached an agreement in February 2017. The General Assembly of the Nuevo Mundo Community endorsed this agreement, prior to the completion of the necessary activities for the development of the Sagari field and the Compression Plant. The agreement included aspects of interest in relation to local development projects, compensation for land use and hiring of local workers.
The commitments have been implemented based on the Sustainable Coexistence Project, a model of social management with a systematic approach to continuous improvement, through the active participation of local stakeholders.
With this project, we positively contribute to the United Nations' 2030 Agenda through the following SDGs: