(Energy Analytics Institute, 8.Oct.2021) — Energy briefs including US secretary of state Antony Blinken visiting Mexico City for the US-Mexico high-level security dialogue; Petrobras planning to boost petrol and cooking gas prices; Great Panther Mining Limited reporting production results in Brazil and Mexico; and more.
LATIN AMERICA AND CARIBBEAN
— Petrobras (PETR4.SA) will reportedly boost petrol and cooking gas prices starting 9 Oct. 2021, news agency Reuters reported on 8 Oct.
— Great Panther Mining Limited (TSX: GPR) (NYSE-A: GPL) reports production results for the three mths ended 30 Sep. 2021, from its three wholly-owned mines: Tucano in Brazil, and Topia and the Guanajuato Mine Complex (GMC) in Mexico. Production highlights from the 3Q:21 include: Consolidated metal production of 22,444 gold equivalent ounces (“Au eq oz”), inclusive of 18,423 gold ounces (“Au oz”) and 280,245 silver ounces (“Ag oz”); total gold production at Tucano of 16,325 Au oz; total silver equivalent production at Topia of 242,028 silver equivalent ounces (“Ag eq oz”); total silver equivalent production at the GMC of 278,073 Ag eq oz; and urucum central south (“UCS”) pushback activities completed in late Sep. 2021
— Fact Box: Colombia’s proven natural gas reserves are approximately 2.9 trillion cubic feet (Tcf), enough to the last the country 7.7 yrs based on current production volumes, according to oil and gas regulator ANH.
— Since 2018, two large-scale mining projects have directly provided 400 jobs and another 1,251 indirectly with a growth trend, the country’s Ministry of Energy and Non-Renewable Natural Resources (MERNNR) said over social media.
— US secretary of state Antony Blinken visited Mexico City for the US-Mexico high-level security dialogue. “The US-Mexico partnership is one of our most dynamic and important relationships,” US Department of State assistance secretary Liz Allen said on 8 Oct. in a twitter post. “And our countries are historically intertwined in countless ways,” she said.
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