PDVSA Pushback Could Rattle T&T Talks

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Renewed PDVSA objections to developing Venezuela’s Dragon field via infrastructure in Trinidad and Tobago — instead of via domestic markets — could be an obstacle in landmark negotiations on the project under a rare license from the US Treasury, multiple sources tell Energy Intelligence.

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