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Mircely Guanipa

Venezuela's oil exports fell in Nov amid quality, infrastructure issues -data

Dec 02 2021

HOUSTON Loading delays caused by the poor quality of oil from Venezuela's state-run PDVSA cut the OPEC-member's exports in November to below third-quarter levels, internal PDVSA documents and tracking data showed.

Venezuela's oil exports bounce to over 700,000 bpd in Oct -data

Nov 02 2021

Venezuela's oil exports last month surpassed 700,000 barrels per day (bpd) as supplies of imported diluents boosted production and shipments, according to documents from state-run firm PDVSA and Refinitiv Eikon tracking data.

Venezuela's coastal villages, fisherman suffer as oil spills rise

Oct 06 2021

PUNTA CARDON, Venezuela Rebeca Reyes furiously scrubbed black tar from her kids' arms after they swam in waters tainted by crude oil during a recent outing to Venezuela's Punta Cardon beach.

Diluent shortage curbs Venezuela's September oil exports, data shows

Oct 04 2021

HOUSTON Venezuela's oil exports last month sank to the lowest in almost a year, disrupted by a lack of diluents that led to sizable production losses at its main producing region, the Orinoco Belt, documents and tanker tracking data showed.

Seven Venezuela oil workers arrested over refinery outage, sources say

Sep 27 2021

PUNTO FIJO, Venezuela Seven Venezuelan oil workers have been detained by military counterintelligence officers following an outage at a unit of state oil company PDVSA's 310,000 barrel-per-day (bpd) Cardon refinery, according to eight sources familiar with the matter.

Venezuela's oil exports up in July, fueled by ship-to-ship transfers -data

Aug 03 2021

Venezuela's oil exports increased for the second consecutive month to 713,097 barrels per day (bpd) in July, as state-run PDVSA offset loading delays at its main port by boosting ship-to-ship transfers, according to tracking data and documents.

Venezuela seniors complain of disorder, confusion in vaccination campaign

Jun 11 2021

MARACAY, Venezuela After hours of waiting outside a coronavirus vaccination center in the Venezuelan city of Maracay, hundreds of senior citizens who had lined up to receive their jab broke into a chant: "We want answers."

In Venezuela, an account of a kidnapping renews focus on violence against women

Jun 05 2021

CARACAS (Reuters) -In 2001, Linda Lopez was kidnapped and held for almost four months in a Caracas apartment, where she was repeatedly raped and tortured.

Exclusive-First diesel cargo in six months arrives in Venezuela -sources

May 27 2021

MARACAY, Venezuela (Reuters) -Venezuela's first diesel imports since November arrived this week aboard the tanker Bueno, carrying almost 500,000 barrels of fuel desperately needed by farmers and truckers in the sanction-hit country, according to a shipping document and three sources.

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