Tagged With YPF
Economic crisis threatens to stall Vaca Muerta
14 May 2019
Economic turmoil and infrastructural congestion are raising doubts over Argentina's shale growth
Seesawing year for Latin American producers
17 December 2018
Brazil was hoping to start a new page in 2018, while Mexico’s new president also announced changes. But Venezuela continued its precipitous decline
Argentina's shale boom
20 February 2018
The country's play is set to witness a quick rise in gas output as drillers look to lock in higher subsidised prices
Latin American power play
24 January 2018
Politics again dragged down Venezuela's oil industry, but helped lift up Mexico and Argentina
Kick starting Argentina's Vaca Muerta
28 June 2016
Argentina’s shale patch is going through its first downturn, but the outlook is still bright. Just don’t expect its shale development to look like progress in the US
Rise of the slashers
24 March 2016
Latin America’s oil majors are turning to bankers to cut fat and mend desperate finances
YPF and Petronas kick off shale campaign
18 May 2015
The companies have started drilling at their joint pilot project in the Vaca Muerta shale
YPF and Sinopec eye Argentina Vaca Muerta projects
29 January 2015
A preliminary deal was signed which will open new possibilities for the companies
Vaca Muerta beginning to buzz
4 September 2014
Argentina’s YPF is leading the development of one of the world’s biggest shale plays. The majors are building their positions, too
YPF strikes Vaca Muerta deal with Petronas
1 September 2014
The two companies are to jointly invest in a pilot project
YPF leading the development of Vaca Muerta shale
21 August 2014
Argentina’s YPF is leading the development of one of the world’s biggest shale plays. The majors are building their positions, too
Repsol's next steps after YPF compensation deal
30 May 2014
The two companies have reached a compensation deal over the nationalisation of YPF
Repsol and Argentina look to move on from YPF nationalisation
10 March 2014
Repsol will receive around $5 billion in compensation for its stake in YPF
Signs of life in Vaca Muerta
10 February 2014
An end to the battle between Repsol and Argentina should spur development in one of the world's biggest shale oil plays
The global tight oil revolution? Not so fast...
29 January 2014
The world has hundreds of billions of barrels of unconventional oil to produce. But many obstacles stand in the way
Argentina's YPF struggling to find investors
23 August 2013
With most of its oil and gas producing fields maturing, Argentina's oil company needs to find investors for the Vaca Muerta to change fortunes
Chevron to deal breathe new life into Argentina's Vaca Muerta
22 July 2013
State-owned oil company YPF has sealed a deal with the US supermajor Chevron to develop a section of the highly touted Vaca Muerta shale play
Will Chevron deal breathe new life into Argentina's Vaca Muerta?
22 July 2013
State-owned oil company YPF has sealed a deal with the US supermajor Chevron to develop a section of the highly touted Vaca Muerta shale play
Argentina pays price for asset grab nationalisation
24 April 2013
The past 12 months show that nationalisation of YPF has been disastrous for both the company and the country
After nationalisation, Repsol recovers while YPF struggles
12 November 2012
A little more than six months after the Argentine government nationalised a majority stake in YPF from Spain’s Repsol, it is clear the companies are headed in different directions: Repsol is on the road to recovery while YPF is struggling to follow through on its ambitious strategy
YPF courts Chevron for shale development
30 August 2012
YPF has started talks with Chevron as it continues its search for foreign partners to help it develop the multi-billion barrel Vaca Muerta shale
Argentina and Venezuela join forces with energy strategy
8 August 2012
Argentina’s recently nationalised oil company YPF will join Venezuela’s PdVSA in two Venezuelan heavy-oil projects, while PdVSA is expected to gain a stake in Argentina’s promising Vaca Muerta shale oil and gas play as part of the country’s strengthening energy relationship
New-look YPF taking shape
13 June 2012
Argentina’s ‘energy champion’ shrugs off Repsol’s threat of legal action and vows to push ahead with development of Vaca Muerta
Total and Wintershall commit to Argentine shale
24 May 2012
In an early sign that industry interest in Argentina’s shale deposits has not been dimmed by the nationalisation of YPF, Germany’s Wintershall and French major Total announced this week that they had secured a new exploration licence in the country
Why resource nationalism makes sense for Kirchner and YPF
24 May 2012
Though there are mixed opinions on the nationalisation, there is some sense in the decision
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