Asociación Cultural APAC

A partnership with memorable results

Even though their choir was born just two years ago at Palmarito´s school, the students made it to the festival, participating in concerts together with Bolivian professional singers and musicians from the Royal College of Music Baroque Orchestra.

A long lasting relationship that promotes local culture

By practicing very hard, with no electricity and after long hot hours at the only school in Palmarito, their natural Guarani voices classified to the high standards set by APAC for the bi annual festival that Total E&P Bolivie sponsors 17 years ago.  Thirty-six students, directed by their dedicated teacher, left the community, some for the first time, and gave three concerts at Camiri, Santa Cruz de la Sierra and Santa Rosa. Total E&P Bolivie´s collaborators where very proud to sponsor the young choir and thus promote local culture.


EMI Engineering School

Total´s experts train graduate students at EMI School in La Paz

Recognized professionals of the TPA Program (Total Professeurs Associés in french) taught several modules during the second version of the Master Program in Oil and Gas Engineering organized by the Postgraduate Unit of the Military Engineering School (EMI). 
More than 20 professionals attended each of the lectures of this year´s program that has a mention in Development and Exploitation of Reservoirs. TPA professors travelled to La Paz city for this purpose, just as did their colleagues in 2015 to participate in the first version of this Masters Program. Total contributes with the mobility of these oil and gas experts, with more than 20 years of experience, as a result of an inter institutional agreement signed by Total in Bolivia and the EMI.

Total Professeurs Associés

Total Professeurs Associés (TPA) is a program established in 2001, which currently has 260 professors who developed their career or are active employees of Total. This program aims to create a bridge between the oil and gas industry and the largest universities and engineering schools in the world through the delegation of professors or experts who develop technical or administrative skills. 


GP Exploración y Producción SL

GP Exploración y Producción SL an affiliate of Gazprom International is Total E&P Bolivie´s partner at the Incahuasi Project and in the Azero Block´s service contract with YPFB.

IRD (Institut de Recherche pour le Développement)

Strategic actions for sustainable water use

The investigation promises to detect water availability, quality and evaluate water withdrawal impact as inputs to design strategic actions for sustainable water use.

Water availability

The idea is to evaluate the availability of water during the annual hydrological cycle. Adapt indicators to detect the ecological quality of the rivers near Total´s operations areas and evaluation tools for the physical habitat of fish to establish the potential impacts of human activities in the basin.

A coordinated effort

The study that will take three years will be possible with the coordinated efforts between IRD, scientists from Cochabamba and La Paz universities and the Friends of Nature Foundation (FAN) with Total E&P Bolivie´s contribution.

IRD Institut de Recherche

IRD Institut de Recherche pour le Développement


PETROBRAS is Total E&P Bolivie´s partner in XX Tarija Oeste, San Alberto, San Antonio and Río Hondo Blocks.


TECPETROL is Total E&P Bolivie´s partner in the Incahuasi Project.


Yacimientos Petrolíferos Fiscales Bolivianos, the national Bolivian oil company has the mission to operate and develop the hydrocarbon chain, guaranteeing the supply of the domestic market, compliance with export contracts and the opening of new markets, generating greater value for the benefit of Bolivians.

YPFB Andina

YPFB Andina is Total E&P Bolivie´s partner in San Alberto and San Antonio´s blocks.

YPFB Chaco S.A.

YPFB Chaco S.A., a subsidiary of YPFB Corporation, is Total E&P Bolivie´s partner in the Incahuasi Project. YPFB Chaco´s main activities are the exploration and production of hydrocarbons.