July 6 Argentina next week will issue
dollar-denominated, 210- and 378-day Treasury notes and
dual-currency bonds, the Finance Ministry said on Friday,
without confirming the amount the sale seeks to raise.
BUENOS AIRES, June 19 Small shale producers,
which powered development of the sector in the United States,
are struggling to break into Argentina due to financing
difficulties and lack of infrastructure, analysts and industry
BUENOS AIRES Despite Argentine President Mauricio Macri's pro-business policies, international mining companies are still reluctant to invest in Argentina amid a lack of regulatory clarity.
BUENOS AIRES A year-old labor agreement between companies, workers and the government of Argentina meant to reduce production costs and lure investors to the sprawling Vaca Muerta shale formation is facing resistance, industry sources told Reuters.
(This version of Nov 13 story corrects paragraph 24 to note that Enirgi investment is through its subsidiary ADY Resources, not as a joint venture with Australia's Admiralty resources)
BUENOS AIRES/NEW YORK Argentina's state-controlled energy company YPF plans to invest $21.5 billion in the country from 2018 to 2022 and increase oil production by 26 percent as it considers reshuffling its generation, distribution and refinery assets.
BUENOS AIRES Indigenous Mapuche communities demanding cash payments and blocking oil wells in Argentina's Vaca Muerta area are threatening the long delayed development of the world's second-largest shale fields, oil companies say.
BUENOS AIRES Argentina’s state-run petroleum company YPF SA forecasts that its production will increase in 2018 after contracting this year, as the number of rigs operating in the country rises, the company's chairman said on Monday.
LOMA CAMPANA, Argentina Longer horizontal wells and technology improvements will help Argentine state-run oil company YPF SA lower costs at its most productive shale field, but better infrastructure is still needed in the remote Vaca Muerta play, an executive said.
BUENOS AIRES, June 13 Argentina's national
government and the governors of 20 provinces signed a mining
deal on Tuesday to harmonize taxes and regulations in hopes of
attracting investment, but the action was criticized by
industry sources and environmentalists alike.