Argentine President Alberto Fernández Thursday launched the Néstor Kirchner gas pipeline project during a ceremony at the Loma Campana field in Vaca Muerta, province of Neuquén.
Three people were captured at Cerro Mahuida in the Argentine province of Neuquén by Argentina's Gerndarmería Nacional (Border Guard) for carrying ammunition and camouflage clothing through a non-authorized border crossing, it was announced Sunday.
Thanks to the increasing output from Vaca Muerta, the Argentine province of Neuquén Thursday announced it had extracted an average of 213,808 barrels per day (BPD) during September of 2021, which represented a 40.19% increase against last year's figures.
The Argentine government has confirmed that the Heliport and Panedile associated partners have been awarded the contract to build the Chihuido hydroelectric complex in the Patagonian province of Neuquen. The first company belongs to Eduardo Eurnekian and the second to the Dragonetti family.
In a joint statement, the provincial governments of Neuquén and Río Negro in Argentine Patagonia Sunday announced all social gatherings are no longer allowed as of this Monday and until May 21 to fight covid-19 in areas labelled as of high epidemiological risk.
Argentine President Alberto Fernández Tuesday told US National Security Council advisor Juan Gonzalez that “there will be no foreign bases,” it was reported.
Argentine scientists Thursday confirmed fossils of a dinosaur found in the province of Neuquén belonged to the Llukalkan aliocranianus, known as the one that causes fear.
Argentina’s state-controlled oil company YPF said a gas well caught fire at its vast shale oil and gas formation of Vaca Muerta early on Sunday following a gas leak on the previous day.
The output of oil and gas in the Argentine province of Mendoza hit its lowest mark in ten years, contrary to what goes on in the rest of the country, local authorities have announced. The lack of calls for bids during previous administrations has been singled out as the cause of the poor results.
The governor of Argentina's Neuquen province, home to the vast Vaca Muerta shale gas and oil formation, easily won re-election on Sunday, defeating a candidate allied with President Mauricio Macri and another with former President Cristina Fernandez.