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Listen: Colombia aims to double oil output, but hurdles remain

With its reserves shrinking, Colombia recently set a goal to double its oil output. But the country's oil production has fallen and with attacks on pipelines and legal fights over fracking it remains unclear which direction output in the South American nation is headed.

On this week's podcast, Tomas Gonzalez, Colombia's former mines and energy minister, talks about Colombia's past and future and what Ivan Duque, the country's new president, means for future growth.

Part 3 of our three-part series on Latin America's changing oil politics.

Part 1: Mexico's oil sector facing uncertainty under incoming Lopez Obrador administration

Part 2: Bolsonaro as 'Tropical Trump' and his impact on Brazil's oil markets