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Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas) -- On June 12, the government of Mendoza province in southeastern Argentina authorized the Polipetrol processing plant, located in Lujan de Cuyo's Provincial Industrial Park, to resume operation 20 days after its closure.
MADRID, Spain, July 1 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- World Petroleum Congress -- Driven by the increasing demand and rising costs for energy worldwide, Repsol YPF and the Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC) today announced research results using IBM supercomputers powered by the Cell Broadband Engine(TM) as the standard for future hydrocarbon exploration.
Franklin Mining, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: FMNJ) Chairman and President, William A.
UK-based gas company BG Group has announced another new oil discovery in the Santos Basin, offshore Brazil. The Guara exploration well discovered oil within the BM-S-9 concession area.
Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas) -- The Tarragona Refinery (Tarragona, Spain), owned by Repsol YPF, S.A. (NYSE:REP) (Madrid, Spain), underwent an unplanned turnaround caused by a fire in a section of a hydrocracker furnace last week.
LA PAZ, Bolivia (Reuters) - President Evo Morales on Monday replaced the head of Bolivia's state oil company YPFB, who had faced accusations of corruption months after he was appointed to the post.
By Helen Popper LA PAZ, Bolivia (Reuters) - Brazilian energy chiefs agreed on Wednesday to start thrashing out new contracts with Bolivian officials in their first meeting since President Evo Morales nationalized Bolivia's energy industry.
PUERTO IGUAZU, Argentina (Reuters) - The presidents of Bolivia, Brazil, Argentina and Venezuela are working on an accord to guarantee natural gas supplies following the Bolivian government's nationalization of its energy sector, Brazil's foreign minister said on Thursday.
By Raymond Colitt PUERTO IGUAZU, Argentina (Reuters) - South American leftist leaders held an emergency summit on Thursday to manage the fallout of Bolivia's nationalization of its natural gas industry that has raised fears of higher energy costs in the region.
By Carlos Alberto Quiroga LA PAZ, Bolivia (Reuters) - President Evo Morales ordered the military to occupy Bolivia's natural gas fields on Monday after nationalizing the industry and threatening to expel foreign companies that do not recognize state control.