If successful, Zarubezhneft and Cupet
will expand their cooperation in the aging oil field.
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But an agreement with CUPET
would give PEMEX direct access to Cuba's exclusive economic zone (EEZ) in the Gulf of Mexico, which is about 112,000 sq km.
Subject to execution of documentation and receipt of relevant approvals, Cabinda Onshore South Block joint venture participant interests will be: Pluspetrol with 45%, Force Petroleum 20%, Sonangol P&P 20%, Lacula (ROC) 10%, and Cupet
In addition, PDVSA said it was to launch with Cuban firm CUPET
a lubricants plant, and build a facility for storing residual petrochemicals - 600,000 b/d - in Matanzas, east of Havana, and an oil port.
projects that by 2006, 60% of its oil needs will be domestically produced.
Rosneft to explore offshore in Cuba HAVANA: Russian President Vladimir Putin said he was hopeful Russian oil company Rosneft and Cuban state oil company Cupet
could begin jointly exploring Cuba's potential offshore oil reserves "in the very near future.
Rosneft and CUPET
inked a memorandum recently in St Petersburg, under which the two companies will do the joint development of oilfields on the Cuban continental shelf.
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The suit appears aimed more at Chavez than at President Fidel Castro and CUPET
since it is packaged along with charges that Chavez misappropriated US$2.
Juan Torres, the general director of Cuba's Cupet
Oil Company, said that the partnership between his company and Sherritt International will continue till March 2008.
The $160 million overhaul of the Camilo Cienfuegos refinery in 2005 by PDVSA and CUPET
, the state-owned oil companies of Venezuela and Cuba respectively, was just the first step in a much broader project that includes a second-phase expansion project at Cienfuegos to increase current capacity from 65,000 to 150,000 b/d by 2015.