Venezuela will open another pay machine with India to increase oil sales
Venezuela is opening with payroll systems with India, such as a park, to boost oil sales for the third largest crude oil users in the world, Monday, February 11, said an oil minister in South American country, Manuel Quevedo.
Venezuela is buying a lot of Indian materials, including a medicine medication, and looks for other payroll procedures after the United States has implemented more rigorous controls.
Donald Trump's government imposed extensive sanctions on the PDVSA oil company in a Venezuelan state, with the aim of eliminating the oil exports of the OPEC member to the United States and its; stressed President Nicolás Maduro to retire.
"We will continue with relations with India, continue to trade with us and promote all our relationships and relationships," said Quevedo to reporters on the Petrotech conference boundaries, not to More information on how a plowing machine would work with India.
Venezuela's oil work has declined over the last forty years, from over 3 million barrels per day (bpd) at the beginning of the century to 1.2 million and 1.4 million bpd by the end of 2018. The largest is Part of the raw oil is now heavy or heavy.
Venezuela's oil work is now at 1.57 million pd, Quevedo said.