Venezuela, Russia to invest $6 billion in oil

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March 19, 2009 01:46

 
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Venezuela plans to team up with Russia to jointly invest more than $6 billion in oil projects, the country's oil minister said Wednesday. Venezuela's state news agency reported that Oil Minister Rafael Ramirez said a new Russian-Venezuelan oil company was planning the investments in Venezuela's Orinoco River region. Ramirez said during a visit to Austria that the investments are aimed at producing 200,000 barrels of crude per day. The new joint company is made up of Petroleos de Venezuela SA and a consortium of Russian companies including Lukoil and Gazprom. Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has strengthened ties with Russia and boosted cooperation through various energy projects.

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