Maha Energy names new COO

(OM) Javier Gremes Cordero has been appointed COO of Maha Energy.  Gremes will replace Alan Johnson, who leaves Maha in connection with the closing of Maha’s technical office in Calgary, Canada. All functions previously handled by the Canadian office are being transferred to Maha’s office in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, or Maha's office that is... Continue Reading →

South America’s Offshore Oil Boom Will Challenge OPEC’s Dominance

(OP) In Guyana’s territorial waters, after Exxon’s swathe of world-class petroleum discoveries, gigantic ships called floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) vessels are sucking crude oil from reservoirs up to four miles below the Earth’s surface. Since then, it has been estimated the former British colony of just over 800,000 possesses at least 11 billion barrels of recoverable... Continue Reading →

US Grants License Amendment to Trinidad for Joint Offshore Gas Project with Venezuela

(Reuters) The United States has granted an amendment requested by the government of Trinidad and Tobago to a license allowing the joint development of an offshore gas project with Venezuela, the Caribbean country's Energy Minister Stuart Young said on Tuesday. The amendment would allow payments in hard currency or in kind to Venezuela for any gas supplied by state-run... Continue Reading →

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