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The South American country has published its Hydrogen Roadmap, which covers the 2021-2050 period.
Colombia’s government has finalised and published a long-term plan for the establishment of a domestic hydrogen industry.
With the signing of a revised supply agreement and plans for construction of an ethane import terminal, tensions between Pemex and the Brazilian-Mexican JV seem to have subsided.
Canada’s Frontera Energy has said it expects Kawa-1, an exploration well at the Corentyne block offshore Guyana, to reach its planned total depth of 6,685 metres in the first half of December.
TotalEnergies of France and its US-based partner APA have found hydrocarbons in Keskesi South-1, an appraisal well drilled in the eastern section of Block 58 offshore Suriname, but not in commercial quantities.
Brazil’s national oil company Petrobras said earlier this week that it had signed a leasing contract for the Bahia LNG terminal with US-based Excelerate Energy.
Interest in Venezuela’s defaulted bonds is reportedly rising as traders bet that the swap of a stake in the Refidomsa refinery in the Dominican Republic is a sign of more deals to come.
Lawyers working for Colombia have dismissed Nicaragua’s claims before the International Court of Justice, saying that Bogota does respect a ruling the same court made in 2012 on maritime boundaries in the western Caribbean.
Members of Mexico’s National Hydrocarbons Commission (CNH) have voiced concerns about state-owned Pemex’s failure to uphold previous pledges to invest in Coyula, an onshore oil-bearing block in Veracruz State.
UK-headquartered independent Harbour Energy has said it will pull out of the controversial Sea Lion oil project off the coast of the Falkland Islands.