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A subsidiary of Shell (UK) has arranged to purchase 2.6mn tonnes per year of LNG from a new gas liquefaction plant slated for construction at Puerto Libertad in Mexico’s Sonora state.
A subsidiary of Shell (UK) has arranged to purchase 2.6mn tonnes per year of LNG from a new gas liquefaction plant slated for construction at Puerto Libertad in Mexico’s Sonora State.
Pemex marks the official launch of Olmeca, Mexico’s newest and largest refinery, which is still running far behind schedule and far over budget.
Transportadora de Gas del Norte (TGN), a natural gas transportation and distribution company in northern Argentina, deliberately released about 1mn cubic metres of methane into the atmosphere in May and June.
Ecuador’s national oil company Petroecuador has reportedly lifted its declaration of force majeure on exports of Oriente crude, its main export grade, as of earlier this week.
The head of a unit of US-based ExxonMobil has said that the Gas-to-Energy (GTE) project now underway in Guyana will play a major role in reducing the South American state’s greenhouse (GHG) gas emissions.
Venezuela’s GDP is expected to achieve its fastest rate of growth in the last 15 years in 2022, largely as a result of rising crude oil production, economists told Bloomberg last week.
Brazil’s natural and associated gas flaring rose in May of this year, both in comparison to the previous month and in comparison to May 2021.