(Energy Analytics Institute, 23.Oct.2020) — Energy briefs from Venezuela regarding ongoing shortages of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) and Italy’s Eni submitting a proposal regarding the offloading of FSO Nabarima.
Heard On The Street: Citizens Using Firewood
An ongoing shortage of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), which is widely used across Venezuela by citizens not connected to the natural gas grid, has forced increasingly more citizens of this South American country to use firewood for everyday cooking needs.
Eni Submits Proposal Regarding FSO Nabarima
Italy’s Eni announced it was ready to ensure the safe offloading of the FSO Nabarima vessel located offshore Venezuela.
“We’ve submitted a proposal to PDVSA and we’ll be able to proceed only after PDVSA (majority shareholder) approves it and upon formal assurance by the US authorities to risk no sanctions either for Eni and its contractors,” the Italian company announced 23 October in a post on Twitter.
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