LatAmOil - Latin America Oil & Gas
Brazil’s independent oil and gas producers are gaining attention from hedge funds and other investors eager to cash in on rising production but nervous about the national oil company Petrobras.
The volume of refined petroleum products delivered to Brazil and Argentina has been climbing this month, as South American fuel traders seek to cover seasonal increases in demand.
3t EnerMech has struck a deal with the Engineering Construction Industry Training Board (ECITB) of the UK on providing specialised training services for oil and gas workers in Angola and Guyana.
As a Brazilian legislator talks to stakeholders about bringing more gas to shore and reducing re-injection, he should take a closer look at Petrobras’ development strategy and CCUS solutions.
Glenn Corrie, VP of offshore operations at Suriname’s national oil company Staatsolie, has urged investors to look closely at shallow-water acreage that will be offered in an upcoming licensing round.
Venezuela saw exports of crude oil and refined fuels rise by 61% last month as it resumed shipments of crude to Europe for the first time in two years.
Citgo Petroleum, a US-based downstream affiliate of Venezuela’s national oil company PdVSA, indicated last week that it was willing to resume imports of Venezuelan crude if the US government authorised it to do so.
Trinidad and Tobago’s Ministry of Energy and Energy Industries announced this week that it had launched a new licensing round that covers 11 onshore and coastal blocks.
Petrobras, Brazil’s national oil company, has confirmed its discovery of crude oil in a wildcat well drilled within the pre-salt zone of the southern Campos basin.
Two Japanese companies, Marubeni and Osaka Gas, have announced plans to team up with Peru LNG for a study of synthetic methane production in Peru.
Colombia’s highest administrative court will not proceed with a lawsuit that aims to overturn government regulations permitting the development of unconventional oil and gas reserves.
Tullow Oil (UK/Ireland) said on July 13 that it expected to finish drilling and obtain results from Beebei-Potaro-1, an exploration well now being sunk at the Kanuku block offshore Guyana, in the near future.
TotalEnergies EP, a subsidiary of the French major TotalEnergies, has indicated that it is not yet ready to make a final investment decision on the development of Block 58 offshore Suriname.