Chavez’s troubled legacy for Venezuela’s oil industry
Chavez’s troubled legacy for Venezuela’s oil industry / Blake Clayton, Energy, security, and climate, January 17, 2013
The failure of ailing Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez to return from Cuba, where he is recovering from another round of surgery, to Caracas for his inauguration underscores the uncertainty of the South American country’s future as a critical oil supplier. Chavez, first elected in 1998 and inaugurated in 1999, rode ultra-low oil prices to power, promising a tougher stance against the majors and a more hawkish voice within OPEC. So how’s the country’s oil industry faring today versus when he entered office?...
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