Articles by: Andean Air Mail & PERUVIAN TIMES

INRENA: 1.5 million acres of Peru forest certified

Peru’s National Institute for Natural Resources, INRENA, announced that 616,000 hectares, or about 1.5 million acres, of Peruvian forest was internationally certified for use last year. INRENA’s announcement is part of an effort to meet environmental provisions established by the free trade agreement with the United States. Peru plans on […]

by · January 7, 2008 · Comments are Disabled · Business, Environment

Pluspetrol: Camisea gas reserves larger than original estimates

The Pluspetrol oil company has told Peruvian authorities that the Camisea natural gas fields hold about 20 percent more reserves than originally estimated. The gas fields were believed to contain 10.86 trillion cubic feet, TCF, of natural gas. But according to daily El Comercio, Pluspetrol told the Energy and Mine […]

by · January 4, 2008 · Comments are Disabled · Energy

Mulanovich advances in Mancora Peru Classic

Peruvian surfing sensation Sofia Mulanovich advanced to the quarterfinals at the Mancora Peru Classic today after defeating French rookie Caroline Sarran. Mulanovich’s ¨explosive backhand approach¨ earned her the day’s high heat total of 14.67 out of 20. The former ASP Women’s World Champion is joined in the quarterfinals by Brazilian […]

by · November 2, 2007 · Comments are Disabled · Sports

President Alan Garcia’s policy doctrine:The Dog in the Manger Syndrome

The original title of President Garcia’s article is El Perro del Hortelano, a commonly used phrase to describe someone who begrudges others what they are not enjoying themselves. It is taken from the play with the same title (The Dog in the Market Garden) written by Spanish poet and playwright […]

by · October 30, 2007 · Comments are Disabled · Lima, Politics, Provinces