By Tsvetana Paraskova for Oilprice.com – Led by production increases in Saudi Arabia and Russia, the OPEC+ group raised its October oil output by 490,000 barrels per day (BPD), TASS news agency quoted the International Energy Agency as saying in its monthly report on Tuesday.
The United Kingdom has announced all-new road vehicles in the country will be zero-emission within the next two decades, while charge points are to be the main focus to adapt to the EV revolution.
Former Bolivian President Evo Morales landed in Buenos Aires aboard a Venezuela-registered aircraft blacklisted by the United States Treasury Department.
Argentina's Energy Ministry has ruled that energy exports to Brazil will finance the Vaca Muerta gas pipeline and electrical transportation works, it was announced Tuesday.
The Argentine Government has reached an understanding with a leading Australian firm to move forward with local production of clean energy. President Alberto Fernández made the announcement Monday from Glasgow, where he is attending the UN COP26 Climate Summit.
By Kristalina Georgieva, IMF Managing Director – In 1785, Robert Burns reflected on how humanity has come to dominate our planet: “I’m truly sorry man’s dominion, has broken nature’s social union,” he wrote. The Scottish poet’s words still ring true two centuries later.
Brazilian Vice President Hamilton Mourao said that if President Jair Bolsonaro was to attend the COP 26 climate change summit in Glasgow he would be greeted with stones.
Argentina's output of crude oil has reached an unprecedented 532,566 barrels per day in September 2021, according to a report released Friday by the private firm Regional Investment Consulting (Ricsa), thus surpassing the previous highest mark of 528,782 bpds from March 2020, when the COVID-19 pandemic broke out.
South Korea is to submit a Final Commuter Rail Proposal to the Paraguayan Government by Nov. 20, Ferrocarriles del Paraguay SA (Fepasa) CEO Lauro Ramírez announced Wednesday. The new commuter train line will link Asunción to Ypacaraí.
Brazil's oil company Petrobras Monday decreed an increase in the price of gasoline of 7.04% at refineries and 9.15% in the case of diesel fuel, it was announced. These adjustments were to impact the price consumers pay at pumps as of Tuesday.