Argentina's state-run oil company YPF announced a mega port will be built in Río Negro to export oil from the Atlantic shore.
Argentina's oil output reached its zenith in 20 years with 584,000 barrels per day (bpd) delivered in May of 2022, thanks mostly to unconventional developments, it was reported Tuesday.
Argentina is on the world's top short list of countries with the largest reserves of gas, but given its political chaos, rabid nationalism and constant changes to the rules of the game, investors remain shy and Argentina will have to prepare for a cold austral winter and even fuel rationing as it's already happening with diesel, desperately needed to harvest summer crops and prepare the soil for summer sowing.
Argentina's state-run oil company YPF has increased its prices at pumps between 9.5% and 11.5%. It was the second rise this year. Other brands such as Shell have followed suit. The last increase had been in February.
Argentina's YPF Luz - the electricity division of the traditional state-owned oil company - has officially opened its third wind farm, Cañadón León, which is expected to supply 123 MW of renewable energy to the national system, it was reported Thursday.
Argentina's Cabinet Chief Juan Manzur Monday presided over the ceremony during which the State-run oil company YPF announced it will invest U$S 90 million to develop a solar energy park in Ullum, in the province of San Juan, where radiation suits best these type of undertakings.
Argentina's state-run oil company YPF announced a price increase of around 9% in the price of fuel at pumps as of Wednesday, with 2 additional percentage points in the case of premium products.
Argentina's state-run oil company YPF has been granted a US $ 300 million loans, which “shows the confidence of the markets in the results obtained by the company in 2021,” it was announced.
In the last month of 2021, Argentina has recorded a total oil output of around 559,000 barrels per day (BPD), thus reaching the highest production for the country over the past nine years, it was reported Thursday.
By Matthew Smith for Oilprice.com – For a decade, successive Argentine governments in Buenos Aires have enacted a range of policies aimed at reducing energy imports and exploiting the Latin American country’s vast hydrocarbon potential.