SOMOS PDVSA. PDVSA planifica, coordina, supervisa y controla las actividades de exploración, explotación, transporte, manufactura, refinación, almacenamiento, comercialización o cualquier otra de su competencia en materia de crudo y demás hidrocarburos de sus filiales, tanto en la República Bolivariana de Venezuela como en el exterior.
Petróleos de Venezuela, S.A. (PDVSA, Spanish pronunciation: [peðeˈβesa]) (English: Petroleum of Venezuela) is the Venezuelan state-owned oil and natural gas company. It has activities in exploration, production, refining and exporting oil as well as exploration and production of natural gas.
PDVSA ahorra 2,6 millones de dólares en servicios petroleros en Faja Hernández Escalona Importantes ahorros, traducidos en reducción de costos y de tiempos improductivos ha alcanzado el joven equipo de la base de operaciones “Los Próceres”, situada en San Tomé, de la filial PDVSA Servicios Petroleros
PDVSA wants to get fuel in exchange for its crude, while using a portion of the cargoes' value to offset billions of dollars in debts to joint venture partners including Chevron, Eni and Repsol ...
Chevron would likewise use its Venezuelan oil sales to lower the more than US $3 billion debt it is reportedly owed by PDVSA. However, Venezuela’s 2001 Hydrocarbon Law, created under the Hugo Chávez government, requires majority ownership for PDVSA and sets a 51 percent minimum state stake in all joint ventures with foreign partners.
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"PDVSA wants to go back to oil swaps, and that is not possible yet," said a person involved in cargoes previously delivered to Europe. "There's zero interest in the oil-for-debt deals."
Two foreign financial asset managers were charged with taking part in what the U.S. said was a scheme to launder a total of $1.2 billion illegally obtained from Venezuela’s state-owned energy ...
The transaction was to proceed with the explicit requirement that all proceeds be used to settle PDVSA's debt in its joint ventures with Eni and Repsol. Accordingly, 3.6 million barrels of the South American nation's diluted crude oil (DCO) have been shipped to Eni since June, according to PDVSA records and tanker tracking information.
Two asset managers from Switzerland and Argentina have been charged in an alleged $1.2 billion Venezuelan money laundering scheme, the U.S. Justice Department said on Tuesday.