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Oye! News from South America
The thawing of relations between the United States and Cuba after fifty years of pointless embargo is interesting, particularly given that American business investments that were nationalized in 1959, may at some point be reopened to U.S.-based companies. As a petroleum geoscientist and a
One of the world’s legendary investors is upping his bet on Argentina’s shale oil and gas industry in a show of confidence for shale production in South America’s largest unconventional prize —and a big boost for both supermajors and smaller players making big waves in the heart of new
Violence in Mexico could thwart hopes of a budding shale boom, as oil and gas companies operating in Texas may think twice about moving south of the border.
Mexico holds an estimated 545 trillion cubic feet of technically recoverable shale gas and 13 billion barrels of shale oil, but progress in
On 17 July, Nicaragua announced that US-based Noble Energy would invest $30 million in drilling two offshore wells in the Caribbean—launching Nicaragua's first-ever oil exploration. The wells will be drilled in the Tyra and Isabel blocks, which have undergone nearly 5,000 kilometers of seismic
Venezuela seems to be a relatively consistent fixture in the mainstream media. While many of us know that Venezuela contributes a significant volume of its oil to keep North America's economy churning, very few have an understanding of just how important Venezuelan oil is to the
After World War II the US government dumped millions of kilograms of unexploded bombs into the Gulf of Mexico. This is no secret; many governments dumped their unexploded ordnance into oceans and lakes from 1946 up until the 1970s when it was made illegal under international treaty.
Muzammil Bacchus of Guyana won the inaugural “Late Zaid Ali Award” for the Most Improved Qaseeda Singer as Guyana hosted the 10th International Qaseeda Competition at the picturesque Anna Catherina Islamic Complex recently. The competition was hosted by the Muslim Youth League of Guyana
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