January 21, 2013

Energy Industry Bracing for Post-Chavez Venezuela

J. Anderson, AOL Energy


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It appears increasingly likely that Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez will not return to power following his latest cancer treatment in December and analysts are considering the implications of a post-Chavez regime for one of the largest crude oil producers in the world. . .

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TAGGED: Foreign Oil, Global Oil, Hugo Chavez, Venezuela, Geopolitics, Global Energy, Energy Industry, AOL Energy

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