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Operations at Venezuelan oil terminal halted by spill - sources

Venezuela delays crude shipments amid operational mishaps, low...

Venezuelan state oil company PDVSA has delayed and canceled crude deliveries to commercial partners in recent months, according to documents seen by Reuters, a further sign of the steady production decline of the country's top export. DNA, 1 week ago

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Venezuela opposition parties fear election ban as Socialists dig in

CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuela's government is pushing forward with measures that could exclude some opposition political parties from future elections, potentially paving the way for the ruling Socialists to remain in power despite widespread anger over the ...
 Reuters4 days ago Venezuela seeks arrest in Odebrecht bribery probe  Reuters3 weeks ago Venezuela's opposition revives anti  First Post.com4 weeks ago Venezuela's opposition revives push to end Maduro's rule  Reuters4 weeks ago

Venezuelans desperately ditch largest bolivar bill before its removal

By Alexandra Ulmer and Girish Gupta CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuelans are hastily dumping the country's 100 bolivar bill because leftist President Nicolas Maduro is pulling the largest note in currency out of circulation despite having one of the world's ...
 Sify2 months ago Venezuelans scramble to ditch largest bill ahead of surprise removal| Reuters  First Post.com2 months ago Venezuelans ditch largest bolivar bill before its removal  Sify2 months ago

In pictures: A tale of two demonetisations

While demonetisation fans in India felt vindicated that Venezuela too had gone down the note ban path, their triumph was short-lived.Unlike Indians -- who have largely been unnaturally patient about the many inconveniences of the note ban -- the South American country spiralled out of control, leading to a temporary roll back in less than a week. Here's how the two demonetisation drives have played out. A man burns a 100 bolivar bill during a protest in El Pinal, Venezuela, December 16, 2016.
 Rediff.com1 month ago

OPEC wants oil price to be moderate, not too high - TASS quotes Venezuela's Del Pino

MOSCOW (Reuters) - OPEC is aiming for a moderate but not too high oil price, Venezuelan Oil Minister Eulogio Del Pino told Russia's TASS news agency in Caracas. "Our aim is to reach a balanced level matching the interests of producers and consumers. We don't ...
 Sify2 months ago

ONGC Videsh gets first installment of $19 million from Venezuela

India's Oil and Natural Gas Corp has received the first installment of $19 million from Venezuela's state oil firm Petroleos de Venezuela towards recovering pending dividend, a senior company official said. PDVSA and ONGC Videsh Ltd, the overseas investment ...
 Reuters3 weeks ago

Venezuela's Maduro seen bolstering grip on PDVSA after shake-up

PDVSA's new senior executive line-up includes a Venezuelan navy rear-admiral, Hugo Chavez's former Twitter manager and a leader of the late leftist president's failed 1992 coup. The selections, announced as part of a sweeping executive shakeup of Venezuela's ...
 Reuters3 weeks ago

Exclusive - Millions of barrels of Venezuelan oil stuck at sea in dirty tankers

HOUSTON/PUNTO FIJO, Venezuela (Reuters) - More than 4 million barrels of Venezuelan crude and fuels are sitting in tankers anchored in the Caribbean sea, unable to reach their final destination because state-run PDVSA cannot pay for hull cleaning, ...
 Reuters3 weeks ago

OPEC sees market stability in 2017, Venezuela aims for $70 price

OPEC Secretary-General Mohammed Barkindo forecast on Monday that stability would return to oil markets this year while price hawk Venezuela said it hoped its crude basket would rise to $70 in coming months. The head of the Organization of the Petroleum ...
 Reuters1 month ago

Venezuela's Maduro oversees military drill to guard 'socialist fatherland'

CARACAS (Reuters) - His finger on a rifle trigger and wearing an olive green hat, President Nicolas Maduro on Saturday oversaw military exercises in crisis-wrought Venezuela, which he says is under threat of imperialist" invasion due to its oil wealth.
 Reuters1 month ago Venezuela's Maduro says OPEC output pact 'imminent'  Reuters2 months ago
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