Two employees of Chevron Corp., one of the few majors still helping Venezuela’s collapsing oil industry, were arrested there on Monday as President Nicolas Maduro ratchets up his crackdown on alleged corruption.
A group of workers at Venezuela’s state-owned oil company are requesting wages in dollars as well as meal plans and better health insurance to make up for what they called "suffocating" economic conditions.
U.S. production is at an all-time high, while output from the Latin American nation, despite a modest increase in January, is in decline. As a result, U.S. crude’s typical premium to heavy Venezuelan oil shrank to as small as 31 cents a barrel Friday, the narrowest since October.
U.S. oil output is set for “explosive” growth this year as prices rally, potentially offsetting a further collapse in Venezuela’s production, the International Energy Agency said.
Already in default and struggling with sinking oil production, Venezuela’s state-run energy firm told its employees to cut costs and expenses by 50 percent in an austerity drive to reflect the broader economic crisis hitting the OPEC nation of 30 million people.
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With virtually no imports getting through during the nearly week long ordeal caused by Hurricane Harvey, Latin American countries are looking for a quick solution to their fuel problem.
President Trump said he would not rule out military action against Venezuela in response to the country's descent into political chaos following President Nicolas Maduro's power grab.
Venezuelan leader Nicolas Maduro has said he wants a meeting with US president Donald Trump - the man he ridicules as a crass imperial magnate and blasts for sanctions against officials in his socialist government.
A nationwide strike against plans to rewrite the constitution shut down much of Venezuelan’s capital before erupting into sporadic violence when protesters clashed with riot police and burned a post office near the headquarters of the main state-run broadcaster.
Opposition protests in Venezuela have taken a deadly turn again after a teenager was killed at a march demanding an end to the government’s push to rewrite the struggling nation’s constitution.
UK courts will decide whether a Russian shipping conglomerate was right to stake a claim to $20million worth of Venezuelan oil aboard one of its tankers, a news report said.
An order for Venezuela to pay $1.4billion in damages to ExxonMobil has been reduced, a news report said.
Venezuelan state oil firm PDVSA has asked a US judge to grant it victim status in a bribery case against two businessmen, a news report said.
Venezuela's state oil firm PDVSA said there had been an oil spill in the central Anzoategui state.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro wants to invite the US to OPEC’s next meeting, saying the world’s biggest crude producer should be in on talks to stabilize global crude prices.
Venezuelan bonds plunged the most in almost nine months after state oil company Petroleos de Venezuela SA extended an early deadline for bondholders to exchange notes due next year for longer-dated ones after investor demand fell short of the required level.
Foreign firms involved in Venezuelan oil ventures have threatened to challenge state-run PDVSA’s award of drilling contracts worth $3.2billion, a news report said, citing several unidentified sources.
President Nicolas Maduro raised Venezuela’s minimum wage 50 percent and announced that his oil and foreign ministers will visit producer countries to lobby for price increases ahead of an informal OPEC meeting next month.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said he spoke to Saudi Arabia’s king about boosting oil prices and is reaching out to the heads of state of fellow producers Russia, Iran and Qatar as his country reels under the crude crash.
PDVSA has signed finance agreement with Halliburton and Weatherford following payment challenges for companies working in the OPEC nation.
Venezuela’s oil output, already the lowest since 2009, is set to slide further this year as contractors scale back drilling after the cash-strapped country fell more than $1 billion behind in payments.
The US Supreme Court has agreed to weigh Venezuela's bid to block a lawsuit filed by an American oil drilling rig company, which claims the South American country seized 11 drilling rigs six years ago.
Four tankers carrying over two million barrels of US crude are stuck at sea and cannot discharge at a Caribbean terminal because Venezuela's state oil company has not yet paid supplier BP.