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S.America

S.America
2017, August, 28, 19:35:00
U.S. - VENEZUELA SANCTIONS
U.S. - The Trump administration imposed new sanctions prohibiting trading new debt and equity issued by the Venezuelan government and state oil company PDVSA.
S.America
2017, August, 12, 12:26:00
PETROBRAS NET INCOME R$ 4,765 MLN
PETROBRAS - Net Income of R$ 4,765 million in 1H-2017, compared to a loss of R$ 876 million in 1H-2016
S.America
2017, July, 17, 13:40:00
IMF WANT BRAZIL
Directors observed that the financial sector has remained sound despite the severe stresses. To make the system more robust, they encouraged actions to further strengthen financial safety nets through enhanced monitoring and an improved crisis management framework. Directors underscored the need for continued vigilance and close monitoring of the health of the corporate sector and its impact on the banking system.
S.America
2017, May, 13, 12:21:00
PETROBRAS NET INCOME R$ 4,449 MLN
PETROBRAS - Net income of R$ 4,449 million in 1Q17, compared to a loss of R$ 1,246 million in 1Q-2016
S.America
2017, April, 12, 18:35:00
ARGENTINA NEED INVESTMENT: $14 BLN
Specifically, a plan to boost wind and solar energy capacity in coming years was likely to bring in $13 billion in investment, Procaccini said. There also is potential for $30 billion in mining investments to help Argentina catch up to neighboring Chile, and efforts to cut labor costs will help attract investment in oil and gas.
S.America
2017, March, 23, 12:10:00
PETROBRAS NET INCOME R$ 2,510 BLN
PETROBRAS - Net income of R$ 2,510 million in 4Q16, compared to a loss of R$ 16,458 million in 3Q-2016
S.America
2017, February, 8, 18:50:00
IRAN & VENEZUELA: STRATEGIC PARTNERS
"Over the course of the past year, Iran and Venezuela had very close stances and we were supportive of each other in many instances," said the Iranian official.
S.America
2017, January, 30, 18:35:00
VENEZUELA AGAINST CORRUPTION
Venezuela's president on Sunday created an executive vice president post and named new vice presidents to lead PDVSA in what he described as a shake-up of the state oil company and an effort to root out corruption in the OPEC nation's principal industry.
S.America
2016, December, 28, 18:30:00
VENEZUELA WILL CUT 95 TBD
Venezuela said on Tuesday it will cut 95,000 barrels-per-day of oil production in the New Year in fulfilment of a producers' deal to reduce global output and strengthen prices.
S.America
2016, December, 22, 15:45:00
PETROBRAS SELLS ASSETS
Petroleo Brasileiro SA said on Wednesday it will sell $2.2 billion worth of assets to France's Total SA, including stakes in oilfields and two thermal power stations.
S.America
2016, November, 18, 18:35:00
VENEZUELA & CHINA: $50 BLN
Venezuela has borrowed over $50 billion from China under a financing arrangement created by late socialist leader Hugo Chavez in 2007, in which a portion of its crude and fuel sales to the world's second-biggest economy are used to pay down loans.
S.America
2016, November, 12, 12:04:00
PETROBRAS NET LOSS R$ 16,458 MLN
PETROBRAS - Net loss of R$ 16,458 million, compared to net income of R$ 370 million in the 2Q-2016,
S.America
2016, November, 11, 18:40:00
SHELL INVESTS IN BRAZIL $10 BLN
Royal Dutch Shell Plc will invest $10 billion in Brazil over five years now that the country has increased opportunities for foreign companies in its oil industry, its chief executive officer said on Thursday.
S.America
2016, October, 6, 18:30:00
BRAZIL SEEKS INVESTMENT
Brazil hopes the rules changes will attract foreign oil companies with resources that the scandal-plagued, debt-ridden Petroleo Brasileiro does not have.
S.America
2016, September, 23, 21:00:00
NEW SAIPEM'S CONTRACTS: $430 MLN
In Saudi Arabia, Saipem has been awarded an extension of three years to drilling activities being carried out by ten 2000 HP drilling rigs. In South America, in addition to various extensions ranging in duration from two to twenty-four months for medium and high power rigs in Peru, Colombia, Bolivia and Chile, Saipem has also been awarded a new contract for operations in Argentina, which will be carried out by an hydraulic type rig over a period of eighteen months.