NRGBriefs: ANP Resolution, Ramirez Extradition Request

(Energy Analytics Institute, 23.Sep.2021) — Energy briefs from the LAC region including: Brazil’s essay word origin follow site cialis beechwood mg overdose lexapro thesis for phd in economics levitra bellerose bayer levitra online pharmacy cheapest does crestor raise blood sugar studying language abroad essay gynaikeio viagra coupons cialis money order research papers in software engineering follow link essays in idleness by osmosis gcse coursework help descriptive essay about love with author examples of hooks in persuasive essays happens if you give girl viagra st augustine problem of evil essay source what is an essay writing efficient market hypothesis research paper essays rubric essay on sigmund freud theories sample thesis chapter 4 presentation analysis and interpretation of data dissertation fellowships information master thesis bmw pdf ANP approving a resolution to regulate a reduction in royalties, a court in Rome rejects Nicolas Maduro’s request to extradite former PDVSA head Rafael Ramirez, and the BODs of APA Corp. declaring a regular cash dividend.



— The BODs of Brazil’s oil regulator ANP approved on 23 Sep. 2021 a resolution to regulate the reduction of royalties as an incentive to small and medium-sized cos. This new resolution aims to encourage investments in E&P projects in Brazil, implemented from CNPE Resolution No. 17/2017, which established the new policy for the E&P of oil and natural gas, the regulator reported.


— A court in Rome rejected a request by Venezuela to extradite its former oil czar, Rafael Ramirez, to face corruption charges, AP reported, citing the South American country’s record in violating human rights.


— The BODs of APA Corp. declared a regular cash dividend on the co.’s common shares, increasing the quarterly dividend rate to $0.0625/share, up from $0.025/share. The dividend is payable 22 Nov. 2021 to stockholders of record on 22 Oct., APA reported 20 Sep. in an official co. stmt. On an annualized basis, the dividend increases to $0.25/ share, up 150% from the previous annualized level of $0.10/share. “The new dividend returns an additional $57mn to our shareholders annually, an amount that is more than funded by the interest expense savings associated with our recent $1.7bn debt tender,” CEO and president John J. Christmann IV said in the stmt.


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