14/10/2021Economía The New York Times - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Clifford Krauss
National oil companies in Brazil, Colombia and Argentina are also working to produce more oil and gas to raise revenue for their governments before demand for oil falls as richer countries cut fossil fuel use. “Argentina is concerned about climate change but they don’t see it primarily as their responsibility,” said Lisa Viscidi, an energy expert at the Inter-American Dialogue, a Washington research organization. Describing the Argentine view, she added, “The rest of the world globally needs to reduce oil production but that doesn’t mean that we in particular need to change our behavior.”
05/10/2021Economía The New York Times - Estados Unidos Energía Clifford Krauss
Even as more costly fuel poses political risks for President Biden, oil companies and OPEC are not eager to produce more because they worry prices will drop
13/11/2019Política The New York Times - Estados Unidos Política Internacional Clifford Krauss
12/11 - 21:13 - With the country left leaderless, Senator Jeanine Añez Chavez said she was taking power. But ousted President Evo Morales vowed to fight on.
19/12/2018Economía The New York Times - Estados Unidos Energía Clifford Krauss
HOUSTON — Oil prices tumbled more than 7 percent on Tuesday, falling to their lowest levels in more than a year, after investors learned that Russia and the United States were pumping a lot more oil than had been expected.
10/11/2017Política The New York Times - Estados Unidos Politica Latinoamericana Clifford Krauss
Venezuela estaba al borde del incumplimiento de los pagos de su deuda, pero Rusia le lanzó un salvavidas. El ministro ruso de Finanzas, Anton Siluanov, anunció el miércoles que ambos países acordaron la reestructuración de aproximadamente 3000 millones de dólares en préstamos del Kremlin.
30/10/2017Economía The New York Times - Estados Unidos Energía Clifford Krauss
Russia is increasingly wielding oil as a geopolitical tool, spreading its influence around the world and challenging the interests of the United States. But Moscow risks running into trouble, as it lends money and makes deals in turbulent economies and shaky political climates.
26/06/2017Economía The New York Times - Estados Unidos Recursos Naturales Clifford Krauss
Of all the industries thrown into question by President Trump’s promise to upend free trade with Mexico, natural gas is easily one of the most important. With billions of dollars at stake and zigzagging administration stances on trade, American energy companies are taking no chances. They are also setting their sights on an old friend in a unique position to help: Rick Perry, the former governor of Texas, who recently served on the board of a pipeline company that ships natural gas to Mexico and who is now Mr. Trump’s energy secretary.
15/06/2017Economía The New York Times - Estados Unidos Energía Clifford Krauss
Over the last two and a half years, the oil industry has experienced its deepest downturn since at least the 1990s. If history is any guide, after every oil bust comes a recovery, if not a boom. But this time a recovery has been tentative, at best.