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Exxon’s Drilling Offshore Guyana Uninterrupted

OilPrice.com Thursday, 27 December 2018
Exxon is still drilling offshore Guyana despite a run-in with the Venezuelan navy last weekend, the company said, as quoted by Reuters. Initial reports from earlier this week said the company has suspended exploration activities in the area where the interception occurred. The Venezuelan navy intercepted two exploration vessels commissioned by Exxon who is developing the prolific Stabroek block offshore Guyana. The Venezuelans, however, claimed the vessels had entered Venezuelan territorial waters, which the Guyanese foreign ministry slammed as…
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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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