LatAmOil - Latin America Oil & Gas
Trinidad and Tobago is preparing for talks with BP and Shell of the UK on revising the terms of the offers submitted for four of the blocks included in last year’s deepwater licensing round.
Trinidad and Tobago’s Minister of Energy and Energy Industries Stuart Young has said that the oil and gas industry accounted for more than half of all the revenue generated by the country in 2022.
Mexico's Pemex is reportedly on track to see the Olmeca oil refinery operate at 50% of its full design capacity of 340,000 bpd in H2-2023.
The Ministry of Energy and Business of Barbados has once again pushed back the start date for its next offshore licensing round.
Brazil’s leftist president names new energy minister and Petrobras CEO.
US-based Sempra Energy recently secured authorisation from the US government to pump natural gas by pipeline to Mexico for re-export as LNG.
Brazil's small- and medium-sized oil firms are expected to invest BRL40bn ($7.4bn) in onshore fields by 2029.
Mexico's Pemex has expressed concern about its ability to uphold pledges to transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy, saying that future efforts to raise funding may hinge on ESG issues.
The US oil company Chevron is reportedly preparing to resume shipments of Venezuelan crude oil after a hiatus of nearly four years.
Norway’s Kanfer Shipping and CB Fenton, a shipping agency affiliated with Chile’s Ultramar, aim to become the first providers of LNG bunkering services on the Pacific side of the Panama Canal.
Chevron is expected to send a cargo of Merey crude to the US Gulf Coast market by the end of the year but faces constraints in its ability to invest in upstream production.