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Exxon continues drilling offshore Guyana as Venezuela lodges complaint

Reuters Wednesday, 26 December 2018
Exxon continues drilling offshore Guyana as Venezuela lodges complaintExxon Mobil Corp said on Wednesday its oil drilling and development activities offshore Guyana were unaffected by a weekend incident in which Venezuela's navy stopped two exploration vessels the company had hired.
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According to Reuters, Exxon Mobil said its oil drilling and development activities offshore Guyana were unaffected by a weekend incident in which Venezuela’s navy stopped two exploration vessels the company had hired.Venezuela’s navy halted seismic data collection by the boats on Saturday. Exxon...

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