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  • The country targets a cut in GHG emissions by at least 52% in 2030 compared to a BAU scenario.
  • Three companies hold almost 60% of the power capacity.
  • The public company Ecopetrol dominates the oil and gas sectors.
  • Two companies, Cerrejon and Drummond, account for almost 70% of the coal production.
  • Hydroelectricity accounts for 67% of the total power capacity.
  • Oil production dropped by 6% in 2020 due to the pandemic.
  • Colombia is the world's fifth largest coal exporter, but exports dropped by 26% in 2020.
  • The prices of electricity vary according to the regions. They have increased slightly since 2016.
  • Total energy consumption dropped by 6% in 2020. Oil products dominate the final consumption (40%).
  • The residential sector is the largest electricity consumer.
  • According to the Power Development Plan, 5.5 GW of additional capacity is needed to meet an electricity demand growth of around 3%/year by 2031.
  • A second LNG regasification terminal is planned.


largest coal exporter in the world

+4 GW

of hydro capacity since 2010


reduction in GHG emissions by 2050 compared to BAU