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Argentina’s YPF continues to pursue a plan for a major LNG export project, but political uncertainty in the country will likely slow progress.
Chevron is reportedly taking steps to ensure a softer landing in the event that it has to exit Venezuela.
Argentina’s Energy Secretariat is seeking to temper the impact of its decision to impose a temporary freeze on crude oil and motor fuel prices.
Kinley Exploration, a US-based company with close ties to Canada’s Eco Atlantic Oil & Gas, has expressed optimism about the prospects for further oil discoveries offshore Guyana.
The national oil company of the Bahamas has reportedly made arrangements to launch an offshore exploration drilling programme next year.
Houston-based Stabilis Energy has said it is considering the Mexican city of Monterrey as a potential site for its first LNG project in the Central American country.
Mexico's national power provider CFE has struck a deal with four companies involved in the construction of new gas pipelines.
The secretary general of the IGU says Bolivia stands to benefit from increased global demand for natural gas.
Mexico’s government has not yet executed its oil hedge and may opt out of doing so altogether this year.
Tullow Oil and its partners have spudded a new exploration well at the Orinduik block offshore Guyana.
Argentina’s Pluspetrol has temporarily scaled back production at the Las Malvinas natural gas plant in Peru following the discovery of leaks in a pipe.
Equinor has concluded a preliminary agreement with YPF, Argentina’s national oil company (NOC), on the establishment of a joint venture to explore the CAN 100 block.
Recent developments in Argentina may force a downward revision in production forecasts for the Vaca Muerta shale basin.
Brazil’s Ministry of the Environment has given Royal Dutch/Shell a green light to proceed with a seismic survey of two adjacent offshore blocks known as BM-S-54 and Sul de Gato do Mato.
Argentina’s government has announced a 90-day freeze on motor fuel prices, and the new policy could spell trouble for upstream operators.
Britain’s High Commissioner to Guyana has encouraged Georgetown to work with as many investors as possible with respect to the development of its offshore hydrocarbon resources.
Two CNPC subsidiaries have dropped plans to import several cargoes of Venezuelan oil in light of the US government’s new sanctions on Caracas.
The national oil company (NOC) of Suriname hopes to raise money for offshore exploration projects with a bond sale in 2020.
Japan’s MODEC has issued project bonds on international capital markets to raise the money needed to refinance an FPSO chartered for work in the pre-salt zone offshore Brazil.
Petrobras' plans to sell off some of its upstream assets play into a wider campaign to reorient the company's portfolio.
Cuba’s government has indicated that it intends to contest a lawsuit filed earlier this year by the US super-major ExxonMobil.
Calgary-based Gran Tierra Energy said last week that it had found crude oil in a well drilled at the Acordionero field in Colombia.
Sinovensa, a joint venture between Venezuela’s national oil company (NOC) PdVSA and China National Petroleum Corp. (CNPC), is taking steps to raise output levels significantly.