As of 2015, the oil industry has experienced many changes. But those changes have been mere downturns mostly if they were to be compared with the eventualities that took place during the golden days: the 1990s. But, after taking a closer look at the history of these behaviors, it is possible to assert that after […]

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The case for Venezuela is astonishing, to say the least. How can a country with the largest proven oil reserves in the world be going through some of the most crippling economic crisis ever seen? Venezuela is a country in crisis and while protesters are being killed for opposing the government and citizens are fleeing […]

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In September 1960 the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries or OPEC was founded. The organization’s founders were five different developing countries that aimed to unify the prices and policies of oil, regulating the way it was produced and sold to other nations. These five countries were Iraq, Iran, Kuwait, Venezuela and Saudi Arabia, and […]

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