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Thu, Jan 15 2015

Strike causes fuel shortage in Argentina's Mendoza province

BUENOS AIRES, Jan 15 - Argentina's state-run energy company YPF said on Thursday an open-ended strike by oil workers in the province of Mendoza was causing a shortage of fuel at its service stations there and risked impacting supply throughout the country.

Court orders Argentina's YPF to disclose contract with Chevron

BUENOS AIRES - An Argentine judge on Tuesday ordered the state-controlled energy firm YPF to fully disclose details of its contract with Chevron Corp sought by an opposition lawmaker amid allegations of secret clauses in the agreement.

Court orders Argentina's YPF to disclose contract with Chevron

BUENOS AIRES - An Argentine judge on Tuesday ordered the state-controlled energy firm YPF to fully disclose details of its contract with Chevron Corp sought by an opposition lawmaker amid allegations of secret clauses in the agreement.

Court orders Argentina's YPF to disclose contract with Chevron

BUENOS AIRES, Dec 30 - An Argentine judge on Tuesday ordered the state-controlled energy firm YPF to fully disclose details of its contract with Chevron Corp sought by an opposition lawmaker amid allegations of secret clauses in the agreement.

UPDATE 2-Argentina to cut crude oil, petrol pump prices - oil union head

BUENOS AIRES, Dec 22 - Argentina's central government and oil pumping provinces have agreed to cut the fixed price of crude oil produced and sold in the country, a step that would likely ease price pressures on consumers facing one of the world's highest inflation rates.

UPDATE 1-Argentina says, then denies, gas deal reached with Gazprom

(Recasts with YPF statement, adds Argentine energy deficit background, details about Vaca Muerta shale formation)

Erasing Argentina's energy deficit could take a decade: YPF CEO

CANCUN Mexico - It will take Argentina up to a decade and as much as $200 billion in investment to erase an energy output deficit, the chief executive officer of national oil company YPF said in an interview on Friday.

UPDATE 2-Argentina drafts energy bill to lure investors to shale deposits

BUENOS AIRES, Sept 17 - Argentina's federal government said on Wednesday it had reached a deal with provinces on reforms to overhaul energy regulations and improve incentives to lure the foreign investors needed to develop its vast shale oil and gas reserves.

YPF CEO says Vaca Muerta drill cost has fallen - interview

BUENOS AIRES, Sept 14 - The cost of drilling Argentina's massive Vaca Muerta oil field has fallen, the chief executive of state-controlled energy company YPF said in an interview published in an Argentine newspaper on Sunday.

Argentina's YPF reports fire at well, says energy output not hurt

BUENOS AIRES, Sept 2 - Argentina's state-controlled YPF said a fire occurred early on Tuesday at a well in the vast shale oil and gas formation of Vaca Muerta but there were no injuries and production was not affected.

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