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Tag: Flavia Royon

  • Saturday, October 28th 2023 - 08:55 UTC

    Argentina to import fuel to ease current shortages

    In the next few days the problem will be solved, said Royón

    Argentine authorities said Friday that more fuel will be imported to guarantee supplies to the pumps as the ongoing crisis is set to drag on for weeks, potentially affecting the Nov. 19 presidential runoff between Economy Minister Sergio Massa and Liberal Congressman Javier Milei, it was reported in Buenos Aires.

  • Thursday, September 14th 2023 - 10:47 UTC

    Paraguay said to have recognized Argentina's right to charge tolls along Paraná Waterway

    Royón said the issue was agreeing on the amount of the fee

    Argentina's Energy Secretary Flavia Royon said Wednesday that Paraguay had recognized her country's right to charge a fee (toll) to barges sailing along the Parana River Waterway and that the issue at this point was to discuss the price, for which a technical commission will be instated to assess the crossed claims between the neighboring countries for debts related to the Yacyretá Binational Entity (EBY).

  • Thursday, February 23rd 2023 - 09:46 UTC

    British Ambassador to BA reaffirms her Scottish heritage

    Hayes' family were “not at all disappointed” by Maradona’s Hand of God goal in 1986

    British Ambassador to Buenos Aires Kirsty Hayes took Argentina's Energy Secretary Flavia Royon on a tour of her native Aberdeen in Scotland to show her how the city was spearheading the green revolution, which might shed some light on how other countries may shift to net zero.

  • Friday, January 27th 2023 - 18:27 UTC

    Federal Court of Appeals okays Mar del Plata offshore oil exploration

    “We celebrate this great news for the country,” Royon said

    The Federal Court of Appeals of Mar del Plata turned down an appeal filed by Mayor Guillermo Montenegro and various environmental organizations to cancel the offshore oil exploration project involving YPF, Equinor, and Shell. The undertaking is expected to yield some US$ 20 billion in exports annually.