LatAmOil - Latin America Oil & Gas
ATOME Energy has set up a new JV with Cavendish, the renewable energy arm of Costa Rica's Grupo Purdy, to develop green ammonia and fertiliser projects in Central America and the Caribbean.
Shaun Rampersad, the CEO of Trinidad and Tobago’s RAMPS Logistics, has hailed the US government’s decision to waive sanctions to permit the development of Venezuela's Dragon natural gas field.
YPFB, the national oil company of Bolivia, has dismissed speculation about the possibility that the country might lose its status as an exporter of natural gas and become a net importer by 2030.
Houston-based Mexico Pacific Ltd has agreed to supply a subsidiary of the US super-major ExxonMobil with LNG from a new plant it intends to construct in Sonora State.
Colombia’s Ecopetrol will continue to invest in oil and gas exploration and development, even as it expands its operations in the area of low-carbon energy, CEO Felipe Bayon says.
Peru’s national oil and gas concessionaire Perupetro has opened up 31 new exploration licences for investment and is prepared to negotiate directly with prospective partners.
Peru LNG, the operator of a natural gas liquefaction plant and export terminal in Pampa Melchorita, has reported that it saw LNG export volumes rise month on month in January 2023.
Uruguay's ANCAP will have to import petroleum products during the last four months of the year while its only refinery is remodelled.
Canada’s Frontera Energy has said it expects the cost of drilling Wei-1, the second exploration well at the Corentyne block offshore Guyana, to reach $160-170mn.