LatAmOil - Latin America Oil & Gas
OFAC has given Trinidad and Tobago permission to work with PdVSA and Shell at the Dragon offshore gas field.
The government of Trinidad and Tobago is considering the possibility of replacing licensing rounds with direct negotiations on oil and gas exploration deals, Prime Minister Keith Rowley has said.
The Federation of Petroleum Workers (FUP), a trade union representing Brazilian oil and gas workers, is urging Brazil’s government to put a freeze on the sale of non-core assets by Petrobras.
Mexico’s National Hydrocarbons Commission (CNH) has published figures showing that the country’s oil production sank in 2022, while natural gas output rose.
Canada’s CGX Energy announced on January 23 that it had spudded Wei-1, the second exploration well at the Corentyne block offshore Guyana.
Guyana’s Prime Minister Mark Phillips offered a detailed breakdown of cost and funding plans for the Gas-to-Energy project that the government is carrying out in co-operation with ExxonMobil.
Colombia’s Energy and Mines Minister Irene Velez said at Davos that her country’s government remains determined to stop awarding new oil and gas exploration contracts.
Perenco (UK/France) says its new floating storage and off-loading vessel has departed the United Arab Emirates for the Pargo field offshore Brazil.