LatAmOil - Latin America Oil & Gas
PMI Comercio International, a commercial trading subsidiary of Pemex, has put a freeze on new deals with Swiss-based Trafigura, the world’s largest independent commodity trader.
The Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), a division of the US Treasury Department, has extended the term of a licence that bars the seizure of shares in Citgo.
Trinidad Petroleum Holdings Ltd (TPHL) has taken the first step towards making another attempt to sell the Petrotrin oil refinery in Point-a-Pierre.
Canada’s CGX Energy says that work on the Berbice Deep Water Port (BDWP), which will support oil and gas projects in Guyana’s offshore zone, is proceeding on schedule.
Mexico’s national power provider has been sparring publicly with Whitewater Midstream, a US-based natural gas trader and pipeline operator, over three contracts signed in 2016 and 2017.
Annand Jagesar, the managing director of Suriname’s national oil company (NOC) Staatsolie, has urged Guyana to promote efforts to gather and share more seismic data from the Guyana-Suriname offshore basin.
EEPGL, an affiliate of the US-super-major ExxonMobil, was due to begin surveying the route of the pipeline that will pump associated gas from the Liza-1 and Liza-2 sections of the Stabroek offshore block to shore this week.
Peruvian election officials have proclaimed Pedro Castillo, the candidate of the leftist Peru Libre party, as the winner of the presidential run-off election held on June 6.
Representatives of the two main companies working in Argentina’s Vaca Muerta shale formation said last week that they were working to reduce their net CO2 emissions as they moved forward with upstream development projects.
BP (UK) has made its first carbon-offset delivery of LNG to the Energía Costa Azul (ECA) terminal in Mexico under a contract with two subsidiaries of US-based Sempra Energy.
BP has made its first carbon-offset delivery of LNG to the Energía Costa Azul terminal in Mexico under a contract with two subsidiaries of US-based Sempra Energy.
The Mexican president’s efforts to ensure that state-owned companies dominate the fuel and energy sector are putting pressure on downstream operators.
Brazilian independent Enauta Participações has taken two development wells offline at the Atlanta oilfield, leaving only one well in operation.
US-based New Fortress Energy (NFE) has brought a new LNG import terminal on stream in Pichilingue, a port at the southern tip of Baja California Sur State.
GlobalData, a UK-based data analytics and consulting company, has said it expects Trinidad and Tobago’s natural gas production to start declining after 2024.
The US government has slightly loosened the sanctions regime that restricts trade in Venezuelan crude oil and petroleum products to permit deliveries of LPG, which is widely used as cooking fuel in the South American country.
Limetree Bay Refining, the owner of the Limetree Bay refinery near St Croix in the US Virgin Islands, has filed for bankruptcy.
Guillermo Lasso, the president of Ecuador, has issued a decree with the aim of facilitating private investment in the country’s oil industry.