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Mexico’s national oil company Pemex is seeking renewed state support for payment of its debt amortisations, the head of the firm said on December 14.
Guyana’s President Irfaan Ali formally marked the opening of the country’s first deepwater offshore bidding round on December 9.
Oscar Vera, a chemical engineer, has been appointed to serve as Peru’s new energy and mines minister following the ouster of President Pedro Castillo earlier this month.
Guyana has signed an EPC contract with CH4/Lindsayca (US) for the onshore component of the Gas-to-Energy project.
Plans for accelerating the development of the Payara oilfield offshore Guyana will push ExxonMobil's capex budget into the higher end of the predicted range of $20-25bn in 2023.
IBAMA, the Brazilian federal environmental agency, has given the national oil company Petrobras permission to move forward with operations related to the planned launch of two FPSOs in the Santos basin.
Peru LNG, the operator of a natural gas liquefaction plant and export terminal in Pampa Melchorita, saw export volumes decline month on month in November.
Bolivia’s national oil company YPFB saw natural gas sales volumes average 40.4mn cubic metres per day and earned $3.1899bn from gas sales in the first 11 months of the year.
US-based Hess, a minority shareholder in the offshore Stabroek block, has signed an agreement with the government of Guyana on the purchase of 37.5mn carbon credits between 2022 and 2032.
Brazil’s hydrocarbon production hit 4.18mn barrels of oil equivalent per day in October 2022, according to data released last week by the ANP.
Hess Corp. has agreed to buy $750mn worth of TREES credits in a deal that has the potential to make the Stabroek project carbon-neutral.
Trinidad and Tobago intends to become a leader in the global energy transition by investing in hydrogen production technology.
Mexico’s Secretariat of Energy (SENER) attempted to block the publication of stricter rules on natural gas flaring earlier this year.
Partners in Atlantic LNG have finally reached an agreement on the reorganisation of ownership structures in the facility’s production trains after four years of negotiations.
Caio Mário Paes de Andrade, the CEO of Brazil’s national oil company Petrobras, will step down from his position to take another job in the near future.
The Bank of Guyana (BoG) has said that the country’s Natural Resource Fund (NRF) reported a balance equivalent to nearly $1.4bn as of the end of November 2022.