LatAmOil - Latin America Oil & Gas
The government of the US Virgin Islands has indicated that the re-opening of the St. Croix oil refinery is likely to be delayed once more.
Affiliates of US-based AES and Tropigas of the Dominican Republic have teamed up to distribute LNG by truck in two Central American countries.
Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has said that Mexico is not in a position to extend oil output cuts and has called for other countries to do so instead.
Ecuador declared force majeure on all upstream exploration and production activities last week, after its SOTE pipeline stopped operating.
Production of crude oil in Brazil rose year on year in April, despite the fall in demand and stoppages related to the coronavirus crisis, according to the state regulator ANP.
Argentina is reportedly getting ready to launch a tender for a section of the Vaca Muerta formation known as Loma Amarilla Norte.
Several of the international oil companies (IOCs) operating in Brazil say the country needs to begin offering concession terms for its pre-salt acreage and abandon production-sharing contracts (PSCs).
Guyana’s government is reportedly moving forward with plans to use natural gas from the offshore Stabroek block as fuel for domestic electricity production.
Venezuela’s government has made significant changes to regulations governing gasoline pricing and distribution.