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Pemex signals support for AMLO’s plan to phase out oil exports by end-2023

7 January 2022

Mexico’s national oil company Pemex has signalled that it will back President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador’s plan to halt crude oil exports by the end of next year.

Sycar secures supply deal for Jambeli LNG with Colon LNG Marketing

7 January 2022

US-based Sycar revealed late last month that it had secured a source of LNG for the import terminal it intends to build at Bajo Alto, a sheltered port in Ecuador’s southern El Oro province.

Enauta’s planned sale of Manati stake to Gas Bridge falls through

6 January 2022

Brazil’s Enauta Energia is not moving forward with its previously announced plan to sell its 45% stake in Manati, a natural gas field in the Camamu basin offshore Bahia State.

Ecuador hopes to see oil production levels recover next month

6 January 2022

Ecuador is on track to see oil production return to normal levels in February following the restart of the two main pipelines used to export crude, according to Energy Minister Juan Carlos Bermeo.

Argentina green-lights seismic survey of three offshore blocks

6 January 2022

Argentina’s government has given YPF, the national oil company, and its partners a green light to proceed with seismic work at three offshore blocks in the South Atlantic.

LatAmOil: Argentina greenlights offshore seismic work

5 January 2022

Argentina’s government has given YPF, the national oil company, and its partners a green light to proceed with seismic work at three offshore blocks in the South Atlantic.

ExxonMobil gets green light for CCS study at oilfields offshore Guyana

17 December 2021

Guyana’s government has given ExxonMobil (US) a green light to move forward with a study of carbon capture and storage (CCS) at its offshore oilfields in the Guyana-Suriname basin.

Former Staatsolie chief talks up gas potential of Guyana-Suriname basin

17 December 2021

Rudolf Elias, the former CEO of Suriname’s state-owned oil company Staatsolie, talked up the gas-bearing potential of the Guyana-Suriname basin at an industry event last week.

Frontera says Kawa-1 may host active hydrocarbon system

17 December 2021

Canada’s Frontera Energy has said that the data collected thus far from Kawa-1, an exploration well being drilled at the Corentyne block offshore Guyana, suggests the presence of an active hydrocarbon system.

Melbana to resume drilling work at Alameda-1 well soon

17 December 2021

Australia’s Melbana Energy expects to receive the last shipment of the supplies it needs to resume drilling operations at Alameda-1, an exploration well at the Block 9 licence area onshore Cuba, by December 20.

Threat of erosion leads Petroecuador to shut down pipelines, declare force majeure

17 December 2021

Ecuador’s national oil company Petroecuador has shut down the country’s main crude and petroleum product pipelines, explaining that it could not operate these systems safely until it had dealt with the threat of soil erosion.

Lopez Obrador says Pemex may see more tax cuts

17 December 2021

Mexico’s President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said earlier this week that his government might offer additional tax breaks to the national oil company Pemex.

YPF exec says Argentina is studying LNG export plans

17 December 2021

Argentina’s national oil company YPF is reportedly looking into proposals for establishing LNG export capacity in the expectation that production levels will rise at fields in the Vaca Muerta shale formation.

LNG sector gaining momentum in Brazil

17 December 2021

Excelerate begins deliveries to the Bahia LNG terminal amid record Brazilian gas imports, NFE’s signing of Alunorte deal.

Cheniere reported to have struck July supply deal with NFE

17 December 2021

US LNG producer Cheniere Energy reached a six-year supply deal with an affiliate of New Fortress Energy (NFE) in July, a recently released letter to the US Department of Energy has shown.

Eagle LNG, WEB Aruba sign agreement on LNG terminal construction

14 December 2021

US-based Eagle LNG Partners has struck an agreement with WEB Aruba, the national water and power provider of Aruba, on the construction of an LNG regasification terminal at the site of an existing oil refinery in San Nicolas.

LatAmOil: Eagle LNG, WEB Aruba sign agreement on LNG terminal

14 December 2021

US-based Eagle LNG Partners has struck an agreement with WEB Aruba, the national water and power provider of Aruba, on the construction of an LNG regasification terminal at the site of an existing oil refinery in San Nicolas.

Young sees Big Data boosting energy sector

10 December 2021

New technologies can help Trinidad and Tobago’s oil, gas and power industries optimise performance and create value, the country's energy minister says.

Total Eren launches studies of H2 Magallanes green hydrogen project

10 December 2021

Total Eren, a renewable energy producer established in 2017 by France’s Total (now TotalEnergies) and Luxemburg’s Eren, has begun work on studies for a large-scale green hydrogen project based on wind power in Chile.

Trinidad and Tobago launches deepwater bidding round

10 December 2021

Trinidad and Tobago’s Ministry of Energy and Energy Industries has begun accepting bids for 17 new deepwater blocks.

Pemex wins $3.5bn in extra state funding

10 December 2021

Mexico’s Ministry of Finance and Public Credit announced on December 6 that it was granting $3.5bn worth of additional funding to the national oil company Pemex.

Brazilian MPs set to vote on fuel price stabilisation fund in Q1-2022

10 December 2021

Members of the Brazilian Senate’s Economic Affairs Committee voted on December 7 to move forward with a bill that provides for the creation of a fuel price stabilisation fund, clearing the way for further debate on the measure early next year.

ExxonMobil says Liza Destiny is producing oil at safe levels

10 December 2021

ExxonMobil Guyana has downplayed recent expressions of concern about the long-term production levels being sustained by the Liza Destiny, the FPSO installed at the Liza-1 offshore oilfield.

Primax gains access to Ecuadorean fuel import infrastructure

10 December 2021

Primax, a Peruvian distributor of petroleum products, has gained access to infrastructure in Ecuador under a new agreement with that country’s national oil company, PetroEcuador.

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