LatAmOil - Latin America Oil & Gas
As the US EPA prepares to permit the removal of hazardous chemicals from the Limetree Bay Refinery, USVI Governor Albert Bryan Jr. accuses the agency of being politically motivated.
No less than 12 of the 20 state-level natural gas distributors that Argus Media monitors in Brazil have reduced their tariffs for industrial consumers in February.
ExxonMobil’s Guyanese subsidiary has confirmed that it intends to make an offer for some of the 14 new blocks that Georgetown began offering to investors in December of last year.
The Norwegian oil company Equinor intends to postpone the start of production at Bacalhau, an offshore oilfield in the pre-salt section of the Santos basin.
Mexico's Pemex fell far short of its goals for boosting refining capacity utilisation in 2022 and is likely to continue underperforming this year and next year.
Hugo Aguiar, the head of Ecuador’s national oil company, resigned from his post after his home and offices were searched in the course of a corruption investigation.
ONGC Videsh Ltd (OVL), the overseas arm of India’s Oil and Natural Gas Corp. (ONGC), is showing interest in Argentina’s natural gas reserves.
ExxonMobil will seek to determine the potential of sites near Ranger, an isolated oilfield discovered at the Stabroek block offshore Guyana, via this year’s drilling programme.
The Federation of Petroleum Workers (FUP) has criticised Brazil's Petrobras for its practices in ordering FPSOs, saying changes are needed to boost local content.
TotalEnergies and APA Corp. have successfully completed the drilling and flow testing of the Sapakara South-2 appraisal well at Block 58 offshore Suriname.
TAG, Brazil’s largest natural gas transporter, will be granted a tax break for the construction of a pipeline that will connect its network to an LNG import terminal in the port of Sergipe.
Trinidad and Tobago’s energy minister heads to Caracas less than three weeks after PM Rowley’s announcement of a US sanctions waiver