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Venezuela-Guyana Feud Halts Exxon Project

Wall Street Journal Sunday, 23 December 2018
An oil exploration ship contracted by Exxon Mobil and the government of Guyana was approached by Venezuela’s navy, rekindling a border dispute between the two nations and pushing the U.S. major to halt research work in one of its most-promising energy prospects.

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