Citgo's New Board Is Set to Meet as CEO Chavez Goes Silent
Before President Trump slapped new measures on Venezuela, almost two-thirds of the country’s gasoline imports were from the U.S.
India is feasting on Venezuelan oil.
Citgo, PDVSA's Crown Jewel and Focus of the Guaido-Maduro Battle
Rodrigo Berkowitz was among a group of former Petrobras employees accused of taking more than $31 million in bribes.
At Venezuela’s state oil company, desperation and chaos are setting in.
PDVSA Hunts for an Obscure Oil Product It Can't Live Without
U.S. Refiners Are Literally Turning Their Backs on Venezuela
PDVSA’s Angry Creditors Are Prowling the Caribbean for Oil to Seize
Venezuela's Presidents Duel Over Citgo, the Crown Jewel of PDVSA
Refiners in Texas and Louisiana would be hard hit by sanctions on Venezuelan crude under consideration at the White House.
Venezuelan Oil Loses Two U.S. Buyers in 2018 Amid Sanctions
Venezuela Taps Obscure Driller to Replace Big-Name Oil Firms
Venezuela Oil Exports Slump to a 28-Year Low
U.S. Gulf Refiners Feast on Domestic Oil
Gasoline Shortages Grip Venezuela's Capital Ahead of Christmas
Venezuelans Face Gasoline Shortages Amid Refinery Breakdowns
After Three Years of Talking, Mexico May Finally Buy U.S. Crude
Venezuela Faces Fresh Blow With Ship-Fuel Rules Threatening Exports
Conoco to Recover $2 Billion in Agreement With Venezuela
U.S. Revokes Visa of Citgo CEO in Another Blow to Venezuela