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The new Peruvian president, Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, has serious challenges ahead in the oil and gas industry, with declining oil production, little exploration activity and a high level of social and environmental conflicts in the sector. The only smooth sailing is in natural gas, but Kuczynski will have to pay attention to the need to stimulate exploration to replenish reserves.
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