Venezuela, Trinidad & Tobago to jointly explore offshore

Offshore staff

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad – The governments of Trinidad & Tobago and Venezuela have agreed on joint natural gas exploration in waters between the two countries.

The AP report of the agreement cites Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro as saying, “This is a unique and historic event because it's the first time in this hemisphere such an agreement is being signed allowing for the cooperation for the exploitation of these resources.”


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