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More fines for company involved in disastrous oil spill in Peru

Kaieteur News Spanish Oil company, Repsol, which is involved in the disastrous oil spill that struck the coast of Peru, has been slapped with more fines by the Peruvian government. Almost one month after the spill, the country is still grappling with the cleaning up of the aftermath of more than 12, 000 barrels []

Kaieteur News Online | February 18, 2022

Repsol Earnings, Revenue Beat in Q4 By Investing.com

Repsol Earnings, Revenue Beat in Q4

Investing.com | February 17, 2022

Repsol beats forecasts thanks to high oil and gas prices

High oil and gas prices helped Spain''s Repsol to post earnings above market expectations on Thursday, giving it more financial firepower to spend on low-carbon operations investors are increasingly demanding of energy companies.

Reuters | February 17, 2022

Peru oil spill remediation and cleaning could cost $65 million, Repsol CEO says

MADRID (Reuters) – Clean-up and remediation costs after a major oil spill of more than 10,000 barrels at a Repsol facility in Peru could total more than $65 million, the Spanish company’s chief executive said on Thursday.

FX Empire | February 17, 2022

Venture Global Inks Another Natural Gas Supply Contract for Plaquemines LNG - Natural Gas Intelligence

Repsol SA has agreed to purchase liquefied natural gas (LNG) from Venture Global LNG Inc.’s Plaquemines export project in Louisiana. The

Natural Gas Intelligence | February 16, 2022

Repsol now blames Italian tanker for oil slick off Peru''s shore

Spanish state-run oil company Repsol now blames a "sudden movement" of the Italian-flagged Mare Doricum tanker caused the Jan. 15 spill of thousands of barrels of crude oil off the coast of Lima, which has caused a major environmental disaster in the region.

MercoPress | February 15, 2022

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Yahoo | February 15, 2022

Oil company not fulfilling obligation after oil spill in Peru – Peruvian Govt. says

Kaieteur News – During a recent interview with a Peruvian television station, the country’s new Minister of Environment (MINAM), Modesto Montoya, stated that Spanish oil company, Repsol, is not fulfilling its obligation to clean-up the aftermath of the oil spill that came from one of its refineries. The oil spill occurred on January 15, 2022 […]

Kaieteur News Online | February 14, 2022

Spanish oil major Repsol looking to sell parts of its Canadian assets

Feb 7 (Reuters) – Spanish oil major Repsol SA (REP.MC) is considering putting some of its Canadian assets for sale later this year as it looks to reap the benefits of higher oil and gas prices, four sources told Reuters on Monday. Repsol is seeking buyers for its holdings in the Duvernay basin, in western Canada, which … Read more

EnergyNow | February 8, 2022

Exclusive-Spanish oil major Repsol looking to sell parts of its Canadian assets -sources

Spanish oil major Repsol SA is considering putting some of its Canadian assets for sale later this year as it looks to reap the benefits of higher oil and gas prices, four sources told Reuters on Monday. Repsol is seeking buyers for its holdings in the Duvernay basin, in western Canada, which are still in early development stages, according to its website. The move by Repsol follows several global oil majors which have rushed to sell assets in the No. 4 oil-producing country over the past four years over concerns ranging from high production costs and emissions to scarcity of capital for fossil fuel projects.

Yahoo | February 7, 2022


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