Diluent shortage curbs Venezuela's September oil exports

Oct 07 2021


Venezuela's oil exports last month sank to the lowest in almost a year, disrupted by a lack of diluents that led to sizable production losses at its main producing region, the Orinoco Belt.

 

 

 

>>Reuters<<


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