Rosneft Cool On Venezuela’s Sweeter Gas Terms, For Now

(Argus, 6.Nov.2019) — Venezuela is offering sweeter fiscal terms to Russia’s state-controlled Rosneft for two offshore natural gas fields that…

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Chevron Venezuela’s Exit To Aid Putin’s Russia

(S&P Global Platts, Brian Scheid and Rosemary Griffin, 17.Oct.2019) — Chevron is pushing back against the Trump administration’s plans to…

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Venezuelan Oil Output Could Be Halved Without Chevron Waiver

(S&P Global Platts, Brian Scheid, 14.Oct.2019) — Venezuelan oil production, already averaging a historic low near 600,000 b/d, could quickly…

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Energy Cos Caught In Spat Over Venezuela Sanctions

(Chron, Sergio Chapa, 7.Oct.2019) — Frequent power outages, theft of equipment, a political tug-of-war and billions of dollars in losses…

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US Targets Entities, Vessels Moving Venezuelan Oil To Cuba

(US Treasury, 24.Sep.2019) — Today, the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) designated four entities…

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Chevron To Keep Drilling In Venezuela Despite Sanctions

(Reuters, 26.Jul.2019) — The administration of United States President Donald Trump said on Friday that it has renewed Chevron Corp’s…

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Exclusive: Venezuela Skirts U.S. Sanctions By Funneling Oil Sales Via Russia

(Reuters, Marianna Parraga, 18.Apr.2019) — President Nicolas Maduro is funneling cashflow from Venezuelan oil sales through Russian state energy giant…

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Chevron Stayed In Venezuela Long After Rivals Quit

(Wall Street Journal, Kejal Vyas and Bradley Olson, 8.Nov.2018) — For nearly a century, Chevron Corp. has weathered dictatorships, coups and…

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Bondholders Raise Hopes Venezuela Will Pay Up On Due Debt

(Ft.com, Gideon Long, 25.Oct.2018) — In a month in which emerging market government bonds have been hammered by the prospect…

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