PDVSA and Repsol strengthen binational cooperation

The president of the Venezuelan state oil company, PDVSA, Rafael Tellechea, visited Spain this week to strengthen cooperation with Repsol

Strengthening cooperation between the oil companies of Spain and Venezuela has been the main focus of the visit of the Minister of Energy and Petroleum of Venezuela and president of the state-owned oil company of Venezuela, Rafael Tellechea.

This Wednesday, the official was visiting Spain for negotiations that will allow cooperation between PDVSA and Repsol to be brought to the highest level.

From the Cartagena Industrial Complex, located in Murcia, Tellechea indicated: “We evaluate the consolidation of our association, which includes the processing of Venezuelan crude oil in the Escombreras Refinery and the promotion of oil production in our country.”

As highlighted by the Venezuelan oil company on its website, the aforementioned Repsol industrial facility is equipped with what is necessary to process Venezuelan crude oil.

Tellechea took advantage of his visit to Spain to meet with Francisco José Gea, who is general director of exploration and production, as well as regional director of Repsol for Europe, Asia, Venezuela and Brazil.

It is important to highlight the words of Repsol’s director for Venezuela, Luis García, who “thanked Tellechea for its presence in Spain, while highlighting Repsol’s willingness to continue receiving crude oil for refining and expand the ties between both companies.”


Source: Spanish.news.cn

(Reference image source: Aleksey Malinovski at Unsplash)

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