Bolivia maintains a small net import balance for crude oil, with import volumes estimated at 2,960b/d in 2018 and rising to 11,850b/d in 2019, given a significant drop in oil production that year. As we expect domestic production to further decline over 2020, the imports are likely to increase to over 13,000b/d. Given that investments in oil production remain secondary to gas-targeting projects, we maintain our view that Bolivia will remain a net importer of crude over our forecast period 2020-2029. The increasing demand from domestic refineries will mainly drive higher imports due to growing fuels consumption from 2021. We highlight that Bolivia hopes to increase exports of LPG over the forecast period as new infrastructure comes online.