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Marianna Parraga

Analysis: Biden presidency could cut slow path to resumed Iran, Venezuela oil exports

21 Oct 2020

By Timothy Gardner, Marianna Parraga and Bozorgmehr Sharafedin

Analysis: Biden presidency could cut slow path to resumed Iran, Venezuela oil exports

21 Oct 2020

By Timothy Gardner, Marianna Parraga and Bozorgmehr Sharafedin

ANALYSIS-Biden presidency could cut slow path to resumed Iran, Venezuela oil exports

21 Oct 2020

By Timothy Gardner, Marianna Parraga and Bozorgmehr Sharafedin

Idled Venezuelan floating oil facility under repairs amid environmental concerns - source

17 Oct 2020

An idled floating oil facility off Venezuela's eastern coast is undergoing repairs, according to a person familiar with the matter, as images showing the crude-laden vessel at an incline have raised concerns about possible environmental hazards.

Venezuela sends two more of its own oil tankers to deliver exports- data

06 Oct 2020

Two Venezuela-owned oil tankers are crossing the Atlantic Ocean jointly carrying about 1.2 million barrels of heavy crude, vessel tracking data from Refinitiv Eikon showed on Tuesday, as the South American nation turns to its own fleet in the face of U.S. sanctions.

Venezuela's oil exports hit five-month high ahead of wind-down - data

02 Oct 2020

Venezuela's oil exports rose last month, boosted by larger sales to customers aiming to take as many cargoes as possible before a U.S. deadline to wind-down trade with the sanctioned nation, according to data from state-run PDVSA and Refinitiv Eikon.

RPT-Venezuela's PDVSA to install ship-to-ship hub away from shore -sources

01 Oct 2020

Oct 1 Venezuela's state-run oil firm PDVSA is informing customers about a new hub for doing ship-to-ship transfers for exports in a location away from shore, a shift that could mean higher costs and less supervision, according to three sources.

Tankers carrying Iranian fuel begin entering Venezuelan waters - data

28 Sep 2020

The first of a group of three tankers carrying Iranian fuel for gasoline-starved Venezuela entered the waters of the South American nation on Monday, according to Refinitiv Eikon data, in the most recent sign of the countries' expanding trade.

Exclusive: PDVSA's customers schedule last oil cargoes amid U.S.-imposed wind-down - sources

23 Sep 2020

MEXICO CITY/NEW DELHI A handful of long-term customers of Venezuela's PDVSA have begun winding down oil trade with the state-run company by scheduling the last cargoes to depart from the sanctioned country ahead of a U.S. deadline, five sources close to the decisions told Reuters.

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