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2013

VenEconomy: The breaking point in today’s venezuelan ‘democracy’

Gustavo Coronel : Ecuador vs Chevron: Donziger: from Hans Solo to Darth Vader

John Lyons and Jeff Fick : Auction of multibillion barrel field puts Brasília on exporter path

The Economist : Oil in Ecuador: Correa gets away with a U-turn

Julie Bowen : A case for improved oil extraction using open hole acid stimulation

Oliver L Campbell: Caso ConocoPhillips versus República Bolivariana de Venezuela

Alek Boyd : JP Morgan’s Venezuelan cronyism

OilPrice.com : The six key oil & gas discoveries of 2013

Gustavo Coronel : Creative government ways to defraud the Venezuelan people

 

Anthony T. Bryan: US shale gas exports: Idle threat to T&T’s LNG markets in the
Caribbean

Gustavo Coronel : John Myles Bowen, 1928-2013

 

 

Gary Regenstreif: Chávez’s death leaves Venezuelans with hard choices

: President Hugo Chavez dies at 58; hero to Venezuela's poor

Gustavo Coronel : Venezuela: 14 years under Chavez's gang

Mary Anastasia O’Grady : Venezuela : How to break the tyranny of oil wealth

Roger F. Noriega : Kerry's job - A narco-terrorist state must be brought to justice

Philip Sherwell: Death of Hugo Chavez could set off shock waves across region

Tom O'Donnell : Venezuelan Succession Crisis?

John Kingston : US as oil production king needs an asterisk

Scott Sullivan: Joe Biden U.S. president ?

 

2012

Michael Levi : What OPEC thinks about the U.S. oil boom

Raul Gallegos : Saber-rattling over oil in the Falkland

Wesley Pruden : When mere rhetoric was for sissies

Oliver L Campbell: ExxonMobil, Royal Dutch Shell and BP results Jan-Sept 2012

David A. Patten and Jim Meyers Ohio Voting Count 'Nightmare' Looms

 

Oliver Campbell: Beyond the elections

David Frum : Chavez clown prince of a decaying society

Raul Gallegos :Venezuela = Chavezuela

The Economist : Venezuela: Chavez is here to stay

Patrick Bèle : Venezuela: Chavez re-elected for the third time

Gustavo Coronel : Big problems for Venezuela regardless of the elections outcome

Matthew Hulbert : Chavez's secret Venezuela election weapon: oil

Robert Campbell : U.S. coastal  refiners' Bakken lifeline eroding

Raul Gallegos: Chavez's cash pump

PDVSA runs on empty

Raul Gallegos : Refinery explosion emblematic of Hugo Chavez curse

 

Raul Gallegos : Socialist explosion

Andrés Cala :  Latin America  bonding around oil

Raul Gallegos : Murdoch banks on U.S. Latinos going all-American

Raul Gallegos :Brazil's Chevron ban straddles worst of two worlds

Raul Gallegos :  Ousted Vale CEO  returns unshackled  by the state

Oliver L Campbell : PDVSA is nowhere near being bankrupt

 

Ted R. Bromund: On the U.N. Conference on the Arms Trade  Treat

 

Enrique Krauze: Mexico's new leaders must preserve its  democratic gains

Peter R Orszag: Natural-gas cars  can  drive us toward a better economy

Dale McFeatters :    Ailing Chavez tries for one more time

Michael Kelley : How ExxonMobil  took $300 million from Hugo Chavez

 

 

Raul Gallegos :Oil  majors can  only admire  Colombia's titan

Bloomberg: Chavez exit won’t mean  Venezuela’s problems out the door

Ivan Petrella :  Thirty Years Later:  The Importance of the Malvinas

NYT : New rules for new power plants

 

Peter Ferrara Obama's jokes are on us

Kelly Hearn/WT : Venezuelan oil a risky investment for China

Miguel Octavio : Why does Investors bet on Chavez: Big money in Venezuelan bonds?

NYT : New rules for new power plants

Peter Ferrara :  Obama's jokes are on us

Kelly Hearn/WT : Venezuelan oil a risky investment for China

Miguel Octavio : Why does Investors bet on Chavez: Big money in Venezuelan bonds?

 

The Schork Report :Why does Washingtonblame speculators for high oil prices, but fails to credit speculators for low natural gas prices?

Elisabeth Eljuri :How will EU oil sanctions on Iranimpact Asia?

PW : Chevron 1/ Ecuador 0

Richard Luger : Iran-Venezuela axis growing risk

Caracas Gringo Blog :Dime con quien andas

Felix Salmon :Why Ecuador isn't drilling in Yasuni

 

 

William Yeatman:Canada's XL pipeline:Storm in a barrel?

George Friedman :Iran, the U.S.and the Strait of Hormuz Crisis

Jeremy Martin:Latin America 2012: Energy Outlook

John Kemp : Iran oil sanctions arean unpredictable gamble

 

 

Patrick Radden Keefe : Why Chevron will settle in Ecuador

Francisco Monaldi: Venezuela's petroleum perspectives

Absurd and senseless decision from PDVSA, freezing LNG export projects

Peter Tase / COHA:The Fifth People's Republic of China – Latin America Summit

Peggy Noonan : A caveman won't beat a salesman

Bill Gates : How development pays off

 

2011

 

Olga Imbaquingo and Lauren Paverman : Ecuador: Rafael Correa influence is waning

Morton A. Kleinand Daniel Mandel : The GiladShalit dealis it good for Israel?

Rowena Mason: Why is the oil price still so high?

 

Mikhail Gorbachev : A farewell to nuclear arms

Oliver L Campbell : Cash a scarce resource to be used efficiently

Oliver L Campbell : PDVSA'S financial results January/June 2011

 

Ali Vaez and Charles D. Ferguson : An iranian offer worth considering

Enrique Krauze : Vote gives Mexico chance not to change

Pedro M. Burelli : Exposing Bolivarian Criminal Inc. four guys at a time

Asit K. Biswas: Lessons from Norway

PW : Trinidad & Tobago Independence Day

Nader Mousavizadeh : A smaller America could be a stronger America

Oliver L Campbell : Venezuela and its OPEC quota

 

 

VenEconomy: PDVSA: Liar, liar, pants on fire

Oliver L Campbell : Arbitration proceedings still ongoing

Leslie Moore Mira : The painfull fall of PDVSA, but how it helped a neighbor

Jackson Diehl : Will turmoil drag Libya's rebels under?

John C.K. Daly : Brazil's Petrobras goes for the gold

Oliver L Campbell :Are PDVSA and the external auditors at odds?

Oliver L Campbell : Investment in the Abreu y Lima refinery is a mistake

Tom O'Donnell : Our modern “Fire Water” addiction: From Native American salesmen

Ferdinand E. Banks : The oil price closely observed

 

 

Ernesto J. Tovar / El Universal:Interview/ Ali Moshiri, Chevron CEO for Africa and Latin America

Brian E. Muhammad : Gold, oil, Africa and why the West wants Gadhafi dead

Gil Weinreich : Cuban oil find, reverberates

VenEconomy : Borrowing , borrowing ....

A. Cala and M. Economides : Toothless US sanctions on Chavez bad idea

VenEconomy : fantasies and very few truths

VenEconomy : The last door closes

VenEconomy : It will end up isolated and in ruins

 

VenEconomy : It will end up isolated and in ruins

VenEconomy : Where's the money?

Economist : Hugo Chávez grooms a militia

Samuel Ciszuk / IHS : Libyan rebels eye first export cargo while Eni initiates contacts with opposition

The Week : Are the Fukushima 50 doomed to death?

Reuters special report on Japan nuclear catastrophe

Washington Post: Drill, Brazil, drill, says the U.S.

Thomas L. Friedman : Tribes with flags

Ralph Nader : Nuclear Nightmare

 

 

The Week : Are the Fukushima 50 doomed to death?

Reuters special report on Japan nuclear catastrophe

Washington Post: Drill, Brazil, drill, says the U.S.

Thomas L. Friedman : Tribes with flags

Ralph Nader : Nuclear Nightmare

 

Tom Grieder /IHS : Japan's Fukushima dangerous radioactive releases

Nariman Behravesh /IHS : Global economic impact of the japanese disaster

Jackson Diehl : Will Gaddafi reverse the tide of the Arab Spring?

Samuel Ciszuk's IHS : IOCs, traders halt libyan dealings on sanctions and security concerns

Washington Times : Obama's energy transformation

Jeremy Martin : Timing enhances appeal of new Pemex projects

Andres Cala : There goes libyan oil

The Economist: Venezuela's oil leak

Robert Fisk : Tripoli: a city in the shadow of death

Jonah Hull : The power of one

Girish Gupta : Venezuela has the world'slargest proven crude oil reserves, and ?

Mark Diaz /IHS : Drilling risk in deep-water Mexico's gulf

Bryce McNitt : Will Chavez share Mubarak's fate?

Barclays Capital: Venezuelan oil exports: Myths, doubts and realities

Winds of change in Egypt

Nicky Pear & Alexandra Reed/ COHA: Long-standing dispute between
Costa Rica and Nicaragua

Amazon Defense Coalition : Plaintiff's final arguments in Ecuador court show Michael Winship : Court and Chevron's “crude” attacks continue

John Kemp : Oil at $100 could tip world into slowdown

VeneEconomy : Set on the path to silence

Jamaica Observer : Only the best is good enough for Caracas

Chris Mondics : Legal maneuvers in Ecuador Chevron saga costly to plaintiffs

 

 

 

 


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