VENEZUELA'S PAYMENT TO CONOCO $8.7 BLN
PLATTS - An international tribunal on Friday ordered Venezuela to pay ConocoPhillips roughly $8.7 billion in compensation for the seizure of company assets in 2007.
Among other payments, the World Bank Group's International Center for Settlement of Investment Disputes ordered Friday that Venezuela must pay nearly $4.5 billion to compensate for the seizure of ConocoPhillips' Hamaca project and nearly $3.4 billion to compensate for the seizure of its Petrozuata project. In addition to those two heavy oil…
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