RPT-Venezuela's PDVSA to install ship-to-ship hub away from shore

Oct 08 2020


Venezuela’s state-run oil firm PDVSA is informing customers about a new hub for doing ship-to-ship transfers for exports in a location away from shore.

        

Reuters


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