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Tanker collision at PDVSA can trigger force majeure

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A tanker collision at Venezuela’s state-owned PDVSA’s main terminal, or Jose dock, could result in a drop in that country’s crude exports by a...

BP, Shell and Total confirmed for Brazil’s 5th bid round

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BP, Shell and Total have been given the green light to bid in Brazil’s 5th production sharing round set to take place on September...

ExxonMobil strikes oil again in 9th discovery off Guyana coast

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ExxonMobil (NYSE:XOM) has made its ninth discovery offshore Guyana at the Hammerhead-1 well, marking its fifth discovery on the Stabroek Block in the past year...

Guyana must walk tightrope to develop oil resources, demand more from future contracts –...

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Guyana will face significant challenges in using the oil and gas industry to bring about development without the “resource curse,” where petroleum revenues generate...

Refinery closure could trigger ripple effect on Trinidad economy – Ramnarine

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Former Minister of Energy and Energy Affairs of Trinidad and Tobago Kevin Ramnarine says the communities in direct proximity to Petrotrin’s Pointe-a-Pierre refinery stand...

Harvey Gulf expanding to Mexico, Trinidad and Guyana

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Harvey Gulf International Marine, a U.S. Gulf of Mexico focused offshore support vessel owner is expanding its scope and targeting new markets in Mexico,...

Mexico gov’t may be looking to halt open bidding for oil blocks – Reuters

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The incoming government of Mexico may be considering suspending auctions for oil and gas projects in favour of direct negotiations Reuters reported on Wednesday. Mexico’s...

Rigzone: Report envisions 30,000 new offshore Brazil jobs

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Wood Mackenzie contends that Brazil's mature Campos basin oil fields could produce an extra 230,000 boepd with the right investment, reports Rigzone. Spending $8 billion...

Amendments to Companies Act needed to ensure those benefiting from O&G are ‘local’ –...

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Amendments may have to be made to sections of Guyana’s Companies Act to ensure that businesses registered to operate in the South American country...

Kamla Persad-Bissessar calls for pragmatic approach to Petrotrin’s restructuring

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Trinidad and Tobago’s Leader of the Opposition Kamla Persad-Bissessar has urged the country’s Government to take a cautious and pragmatic approach to the restructuring...