BOLIVIA (AP) The first oil fields were discovered in the heart of Bolivia in the late 1970s, but a decade later the country’s government is facing another challenge: oil shortages.
The country’s economy has been crippled by the lack of oil, and the country has no access to new reserves of oil or natural gas.
But this time, the government is struggling to find enough new oil and natural gas for its economy.
The new oilfields, expected to be completed by the end of 2019, will provide more than 20 million Bolivians with jobs and provide new opportunities to develop the countrys oil and gas fields.
Bolivia has a total oil reserves of about 3.5 billion barrels.
The government is aiming to raise $300 million to start a new oil-related venture and is also hoping to find the oil to provide electricity to more than 1 million homes, where people rely on electricity to heat their homes.
The government is also building new power plants to supply the country with power.
The first oilfields were discovered more than two decades ago in the mountains, in a region known as the Cordillera Grande.
But the oil was extracted and sold in the early 2000s.
Since then, the oil industry has grown rapidly and the oil fields now provide almost half of Bolivia’s gross domestic product.
The Bolivian government has been struggling to get new oil reserves from abroad.
Bolivia’s oil revenues have declined dramatically over the past few decades, according to the World Bank.
The United States, the largest oil producer in South America, has been importing nearly half of the Bolivia’s oil since 2012.
It has helped Bolivia diversify its economy by diversifying its energy sources and by helping to keep inflation under control.
But now, the Bolivia government faces another challenge, as it struggles to find more oil and more natural gas to supply its economy in an economy that has had its electricity for so long.
President Evo Morales said the new oil projects will create more jobs and allow the Bolivais to diversify their energy sources.
He said the first oil reserves will help Bolivias economy grow.
“Today, our energy needs are increasing,” Morales said.
“The country is diversifying in ways that will allow us to grow in a better way.”
Bolivia has been experiencing a crisis of supply and demand for years.
The Bolivans have no oil reserves to sell, and have to import it.
Morales has tried to make the government diversify and increase oil production.
But Morales’ attempts have not been successful.
In 2018, Morales announced a program to build two new power stations, one for heating and another for distribution.
In 2019, Morales also announced a plan to create a new natural gas pipeline that would allow the country to export more natural-gas to other countries.
In March 2019, Bolivia’s president said the country will start construction on a new energy infrastructure that will eventually power more than 100,000 homes.