Foreign oil companies currently doing business with Venezuela’s state-run oil company are growing increasingly nervous about their relationship with PDVSA as the US turns up the heat on sanctions.. OilPrice.com - Published
Control of oil has long been a key aim of U.S. foreign policy. The Paris climate agreements and any other Green programs to reduce the pace of global warming are viewed as threatening the aim of.. Eurasia Review - Published
Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) captured a foreign ship that was carrying huge amounts of smuggled fuel in the Persian Gulf three weeks after a similar operation in the same.. Eurasia Review - Published
Iran's elite Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps accused the vessel, the third detained by Iran amid U.S. tensions, of trying to smuggle oil from Iran.
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The Chinese oil and gas sector is now officially open for foreign participation without a requirement to form joint ventures with local companies, but while Chinese media quote oil majors as praising.. OilPrice.com - Published
Guyana, home to the largest offshore oil discoveries of the past few years, faces an exciting year ahead, which will likely shape the future of the South American country’s oil industry, its.. OilPrice.com - Published
Mexico’s new government came into power with promises to turn around the country’s oil industry and boost production after, it said, the previous government failed. Despite these promises and the.. OilPrice.com - Published