Storage tanks stand in a PDVSA state-run oil company crude oil complex near El Tigre, a town located within Venezuela's Hugo Chávez's oil belt, formally known as the Orinoco Belt, in February 2015.
Storage tanks stand in a PDVSA state-run oil company crude oil complex near El Tigre, a town located within Venezuela's Hugo Chávez's oil belt, formally known as the Orinoco Belt, in February 2015. Fernando Llano AP Photo
Storage tanks stand in a PDVSA state-run oil company crude oil complex near El Tigre, a town located within Venezuela's Hugo Chávez's oil belt, formally known as the Orinoco Belt, in February 2015. Fernando Llano AP Photo

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July 11, 2018 06:00 AM