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Brazil’s Petrobras is set to start following a different course with respect to dividends, privatisation, fiscal policy and support for government policy under the Lula administration.
Protesters seeking to draw attention to the poor state of roads in Colombia raided Sinochem's Capella A oilfield last week, taking more than 80 police officers and oil workers hostage.
Brazil’s hydrocarbon production climbed to 4.175mn barrels of oil equivalent per day in January 2023, according to official ANP data.
Peru’s national oil company Petroperu has signed an agreement that will allow it to resume crude oil production at Block 192, one of the country’s biggest hydrocarbon-bearing licence areas.
John Christmann, the head of US-based APA Corp., has expressed his confidence in the hydrocarbon potential of Block 58 offshore Suriname, despite questions about when the block's operator might take an FID.
Malaysia’s Petronas and Argentina's YPF have signed an initial land lease deal with the port of Bahia Blanca, a move that will allow them to move forward with a major LNG export project.
Brazil’s national oil company Petrobras has announced that its LNG imports dropped sharply in 2022, sinking by 74% on the previous year.
Venezuela has become increasingly dependent on naphtha imported from the US as a diluent for heavy crude oil as condensate shipments from have declined.
Global energy-related CO2 emissions reached a new record in 2022 of 36.8bn tonnes, inching up 0.9% from the previous year’s level, the International Energy Agency reported last week.