Tag: <span>PDVSA</span>

Aiming to Halt Crisis, Venezuela Seeks Production Freeze by OPEC

Top Story — Venezuela’s Oil Minister Eulogio Del Pino is meeting with his Iraqi and Iranian counterparts today in an effort to persuade the two countries to freeze their output […] Read More >

NSA Targeted Venezuela State Oil Company: The Intercept

An internal National Security Agency memo obtained by whistleblower Edward Snowden reveals a spying scheme into Venezuela’s state-owned oil and natural gas company Petróleos de Venezuela, or PdVSA, The Intercept […] Read More >

Falling Oil Prices, a Curse for Venezuela, May Benefit Argentina

Top Story — The beleaguered economies of Venezuela and Argentina are likely to be affected in sharply contrasting ways by a sustained drop in the price of oil, which reached […] Read More >

Falling Oil Prices Raise Worries of Venezuela Default, Crisis

Top Story — Analysts are worried about a new phase of economic chaos in Venezuela as falling oil prices continue to take their toll. Insurance rates on the country’s debt […] Read More >

Venezuelans March In Caracas To Protest U.S. Sanctions On State Oil Company PDVSA

Today in Latin America Top Story — Thousands of Venezuelans marched in the capital of Caracas Sunday to protest U.S. sanctions imposed on the South American country’s state oil company, […] Read More >

U.S. Hits Venezuelan State Oil Company With Sanctions Due To Iran Ties

Today in Latin America Top Story — Bonds for Venezuela’s state-owned oil company, Petróleos de Venezuela (PDVSA), plunged after the United States issued sanctions on the company for supporting Iran’s […] Read More >