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Wilson Pástor-Morris - Ambassador of Ecuador.





(D. E. S.) equivalent to a Master’s degree, fourth level in Energy Economics at University II, Pierre Mendes France, Grenoble, France, 1970 - 1971.




Completed all studies at Geology, Mines and Petroleum Engineering School of Central University of Ecuador, 1964-1968; 1969-1970. Radioactive mineral prospector at the Atomic Energy Commissary in France, 1968–1969.



 Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Federal Republic of Austria; since October 2013

 Permanent Representative to the International Organizations in Vienna: UNOV, IAEA, UNIDO, UNODC and CTBTO; since October 2013.

 Governor of Ecuador to OPEC; since September 2013.

 Minister of Non-Renewable Natural Resources of Ecuador, from April 2010 to April 2013.

 General Manager of PETROAMAZONAS EP., from February 2, 2007 to April 10, 2010.

 Operations Manager of CPEB, affiliate of China Natural Petroleum Corporation (CNPC), 01/09/2001 until 01/13/2007.

 Executive President of EP PETROECUADOR, from December 1999 to February 2000.

 General Manager of TRITON ENERGY ECUADOR, INC., LLC, from April 1995 to November 1999

 General Coordinator of the Petroleum Contracts Unit of the Seventh Bidding Round October 1993 to February 1995.

 General Manager of PETROAMAZONAS EP, operator of the CEPE-TEXACO consortium, 1990 – 1992.

 Consultant to the World Bank, 1987 – 1988.

 Advisor to the State General Comptroller on Petroleum Contracts and Foreign Marketing, 1983 – 1984.

 Advisor to the President of the National Congress for petroleum and mining issues,



1981 – 1983.

 Technical Director of the National Energy Institute, 1978.



 Spanish, French and English



 “Economic Consequences of Petroleum Contracts between the State and Private Enterprise,” November, 2005.

 “Proposals for Petroleum Policy to Reactivate Production in Ecuador,” June, 2003.

 “Cost-Benefit Study of the Central Pipeline in the Orient,” January, 1995.

 “The Ecuadorian Energy Sector,” coauthor, World Bank; 1990.

 “The Service Contracts,” 1987.

 “Decision and Control during Uncertain Times: The Opening Up of Ecuadorian Petroleum,” 1986.

 “Update of Costs and Prices of Petroleum Derivatives,” 1984.

 “The Petroleum Foreign Marketing Contract between CEPE and COASTAL,” 1984.

 “Limitations on Ecuador’s Petroleum Reserves,” 1984.

 “Ecuadorian Petroleum Contracts: A Commitment to Interests Based on the Seriousness of Mutual Respect,” 1983.

 “For a Deep Review of Foreign Petroleum Marketing Policy,” 1983.

 “There are favorable conditions for Foreign Petroleum Investments,” 1983.

 “Amendments to the Law of CEPE,” 1983.

 “Amendments to the Hydrocarbon Law: Criticism and Solutions,” 1981.

 Book: CEPE and the Opening Up to Foreign Capital, coauthor, 1979.

 “Subsidy for Petroleum Derivatives in Ecuador: Methodology and Calculations,” 1979.



 Risk Analysis in the Petroleum Industry, OGCL Training Center, 1998, Houston, USA

 Negotiation Techniques, Harvard University, 1997, Cambridge, USA

 Petroleum Industry Finance, 1996 French Petroleum Institute, Paris, France

 Petroleum Prices, Oxford Energy Institute, 1987, Oxford, England


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