Venezuela lowers oil exports to the United States

Posted on November 14, 2012 • Filed under: Business, Economy, Oil, Venezuela

The Venezuelan government’s hostile attitude toward Washington led Venezuela to stop being part of the solution to America’s energy problem, and its crude exports decline, the analyst said today José Toro Hardy.

“This antagonistic attitude of President Hugo Chavez to the United States we have lost confidence as insurance providers crude,” said economist Notimex exdirectivo of Petroleos de Venezuela (PDVSA).

He said the skilled artisan that Venezuelan oil exports to the U.S. have declined because the colossus of the north wants to reduce its dependence on foreign energy sources that are unreliable. Read Article

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