Ministerio de Recursos Naturales No Renovables

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Av. Juan Leon Mera y Orellana Esq. Edif. MTOP
Quito; Pichincha; Map
Postal Code: 170516

Tel: +593-2-297-

Company Description
On September 14th, 2009 the Ministry of Non-Renewable Natural Resources (MRNNR) was created, replacing the Ministry of Mines and Petroleum. Its objective is to ensure sustainable and sovereign exploitation of nonrenewable natural resources, formulating and monitoring the implementation of policies, research and development sectors, hydrocarbon and mining.
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