The Hydrocarbons Ministry and YPFB are working on an audit of Bulo Bulo’s Ammonia and Urea Plant, which will last between 60 and 90 days. Construction demanded more than $950 million. The objective of the factory was to produce 2,100 metric tons of fertilizer; however, to date, it operated at 8% of its capacity. Since January, the factory stopped the production, due to excess stock and reengineering is required as a matter of urgency. Among the alternatives is his transfer to Santa Cruz, the estimated cost of it is $160 million. The government decided to investigate the use of the urea produced as a precursor substance for the production of cocaine.