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Environmental Care


PERU LNG operates with the highest industry standards to ensure strict compliance with Peruvian as well as international legislation.

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For this reason, the company conducts its operations in accordance with current environmental protection standards, including the regulations of the International Finance Corporation (IFC) and the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB).


PERU LNG implements programs aimed at managing and protecting natural resources, with the support of the communities and our collaborators. The Integrated Management System implemented by PERU LNG has been granted ISO 14001 certification for environmental management.

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PERU LNG is committed to protecting the environment in which it operates.

The Integrated Management System (IMS) applied by PERU LNG is a global system of policies, procedures, plans, and standards, focused on environmental protection, health surveillance, and a safe working environment. The IMS involves all employees, contractors, and subcontractors who provide services or perform any activity for PERU LNG.

For PERU LNG the protection of resources and the ecosystem are key factors in the development of its operations. For this reason, monitoring programs are developed and implemented that allow establishing the state of the ecosystem and implement actions aimed at prevention and control.


BMAP is a strategic alliance between PERU LNG and the Smithsonian Conversation Biology Institute.

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This program was developed by PERU LNG in cooperation with the Center for Conservation, Education and Sustainability (CCES) of the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute (SCBI), with the purpose of conserving biodiversity during the construction of the project and the operation of the pipeline, the plant, and the marine terminal.


The BMAP determines the condition of species, their habitats, and changes over time through biological assessments and monitoring. With this information, guidelines are prepared so that PERU LNG can make decisions that contribute to mitigating any impact on biodiversity. The results of the BMAP can be seen in detail on the website of the program.