LatAm Briefs: Suriname Event, Iran-Venezuela Dealings

(Energy Analytics Institute, 11.Jun.2021) — Energy briefs from the Latin America and Caribbean region including: Suriname oil summit tagging entrepreneurship, investor friendliness as key priorities, and Iranian warship that could take in millions of gallons of fuel to Venezuela

Suriname Summit Tags Entrepreneurship, Investor Friendliness As Key Priorities

Suriname’s political leaders used the 1 June 2021 opening of the Suriname Energy Oil and Gas Summit (SEOGS) to underscore the socio-economic returns that they expect to derive from its new-found massive oil and gas potential while emphasising the country’s intention to assume a posture of investor friendliness in the period ahead, Stabroek News reported on 11 June 2021.

Iranian Warship Could Be Bringing Millions of Gallons of Fuel to Venezuela

The former oil-tanker the Iranian Navy converted into a warship could be carrying millions of gallons of fuel to Venezuela in a ploy to get around U.S. sanctions, according to photos that emerged on Persian social media, USNI reported on 10 June 2021.


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