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Response by ISVI Ltda

Author: ISVI , Published on: 25 July 2016

…ISVI LTDA never have had a direct contractual relationship with denominated Pacific Rubiales Energy neither have been the only one security company in charge of their operations as stated mistakenly there.  Certainly, ISVI LTDA concluded two contracts in services provision modality with the company Meta Petroleum Corp: the first signed at the end of 2010 whose objective was the provision of the professional service of security analysts in their exploratory blocks.  The second one was signed on 2012 in order to provision the regular and mobile surveillance without weapons in Campo Rubiales.  It is so important to clarify that the physical security of Quifa Campus never was at charge of ISVI LTDA, therefore the presumed breach facts of human rights happened there are unconnected to us...

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This is a response from the following companies: ISVI Ltda.