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PDVSA, Eni weigh options to transfer oil from idled facility amid risks

03 Sep 2020

(This 2nd September story corrects paragraph 18 after Eni, corrects to clarify comments sent in English)

CORRECTED (OFFICIAL)-PDVSA, Eni weigh options to transfer oil from idled facility amid risks

03 Sep 2020

Sept 2 Venezuela's state-run PDVSA and Eni are looking at options to safely offload crude from a floating storage facility on Venezuela's eastern coast that has remained idle for over a year due to U.S. sanctions, according to sources close to the discussions and a statement from the Italian oil company.

PDVSA, Eni weigh options to transfer oil from idled facility amid risks

02 Sep 2020

Sept 2 Venezuelan state oil company PDVSA and Italy's Eni are looking at options to safely offload crude from a floating storage facility on Venezuela's eastern coast that has remained idle for over a year due to U.S. sanctions, according to sources close to the discussions.

Exclusive: Iranian vessel loads with Venezuelan alumina, amid closer ties - sources

28 Aug 2020

PUERTO ORDAZ, Venezuela/NEW YORK An Iranian-flagged vessel loaded a cargo of alumina in Venezuela this month after delivering supplies for an Iranian supermarket in the South American nation, three sources familiar with the shipment said, in the latest sign of closer ties between the U.S.-sanctioned nations.

Exxon presses for government approval of third Guyana oil project

28 Aug 2020

GEORGETOWN/NEW YORK Exxon Mobil Corp is pressing Guyana's newly-installed government for approval of its third offshore oil project, which has been under a months-long review that coincided with political turmoil in the South American country.

CORRECTED-Exxon presses for government approval of third Guyana oil project

28 Aug 2020

GEORGETOWN/NEW YORK, Aug 27 Exxon Mobil Corp is pressing Guyana's newly-installed government for approval of its third offshore oil project, which has been under a months-long review that coincided with political turmoil in the South American country.

Exxon limits Guyana crude output due to more gas injection issues

22 Aug 2020

Exxon Mobil Corp is limiting output at its flagship offshore project in Guyana to 100,000 barrels-per-day (bpd) due to more issues with the reinjection of natural gas, the South American country's environmental regulator said on Friday.

Exxon limits Guyana crude output due to more gas injection issues

22 Aug 2020

Aug 21 Exxon Mobil Corp is limiting output at its flagship offshore project in Guyana to 100,000 barrels-per-day (bpd) due to more issues with the reinjection of natural gas, the South American country's environmental regulator said on Friday.

Gasoline-starved Venezuela squeezed by U.S. seizure of Iranian fuel cargoes

14 Aug 2020

CARACAS/NEW YORK Venezuela had few options for obtaining gasoline on Friday after the United States seized four Iranian fuel shipments en route to the fuel-starved South American country, where protests intensified over widespread gasoline shortages.

Exclusive: How Venezuela lost three oil supertankers to its Chinese partner

11 Aug 2020

NEW YORK/SINGAPORE A shipping joint venture between Venezuela and China has fallen apart in the wake of U.S. sanctions, resulting in the South American nation losing three supertankers at a time when foreign shippers are reluctant to carry its oil, court documents show.

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