At Osinergmin, we are responsible for the tariff regulation and the supervision of companies that operate in the electricity, hydrocarbon, and mining sectors, promoting compliance with the corresponding legal framework for their activities.
We supervise these sectors with autonomy, technical capacity, and clear, predictable rules to conduct their activities in safe conditions for the community, workers, and the environment, and have a reliable and sustainable national energy supply.
We aim to consolidate the Peruvian energy development with quality, affordable and safe services, strengthen the sustainability and safety of the mining energy sector, and become the most credible and trustworthy institution of the Peruvian State.



To act proactively identified with the Organization and its responsibilities with a long-term vision.


To ensure and safeguard independence in Osinergmin's decisions and its institutional stability.

Service vocation

To be oriented to serve stakeholders in the energy and mining sectors.


To act professionally, honestly, transparently, and respectfully.


To produce and use knowledge effectively and efficiently.

Osinergmin is part of a group of recognized international entities and maintains constant communication with its peers who regulate and supervise the energy and mining sectors.

We continuously participate in high-level technical events to contribute to the development of the sectors we regulate and supervise in our country.


Osinergmin has gained relevance thanks to our outstanding work in the Ibero-American Association of Energy Regulatory Entities (ARIAE), which we chaired from 2015 to 2018, and in the International Confederation of Energy Regulators (ICER), which we chaired from 2018 to 2020. For this reason, Peru was elected as the venue of the 8th World Energy Regulation Forum (8th WFER) that will take place in Peru’s capital, Lima, in 2023.

Bilateral Activities

Among Osinergmin’s ongoing activities, there are different workshops and exchanges of experiences with the following countries and institutions

Among the ongoing activities, the review work with Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ghana, India, Mexico, Spain, Turkey, and Uruguay to formulate the proposed reform of the LPG market stands out.


For more information on international cooperation activities, please contact Beatriz Estrada Moreno, Senior Specialist in International Relations.




International Confederation of Energy Regulators.


Ibero-American Association of Energy Regulators.


Energy Regulators Regional Association.


National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners.


Peruvian Chapter of the Regional Energy Integration Comission.


Regional Technical Forum of Energy Planners of the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean.


Network of Economic Regulators of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development.


German Cooperation Agency.