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Guyana, Exxon in talks after Venezuela dispute halts marine survey

Reuters Tuesday, 25 December 2018
Guyana's government is "in discussion" with Exxon Mobil after two ships searching for oil off the South American country's coast halted work following a weekend confrontation with Venezuela's navy, Guyana's foreign minister said on Monday.
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According to Reuters, Venezuela’s foreign ministry on Tuesday described US comments as “interventionist and disrespectful” in a weekend incident in which the country’s navy stopped two ships exploring for oil for Exxon Mobil off Guyana’s coast. Each of the neighboring South American...

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