Robert Campbell

We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Robert Campbell is associated, including PDVSA, Mexico, and import. Most recently, Robert Campbell has been quoted saying: “It may secure an asset that is important for PDVSA, particularly if Zhenrong can fund the needed upgrades to the refinery.” in the article China suitor tightens grip on Curacao oil project.

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We are expecting Mexico's imports from the U.S. to increase to an average of 900,000 barrels per day (bpd) in 2017... imports would surpass 1 million bpd at times in 2017 if private imports become significant after price liberalization.

It may secure an asset that is important for PDVSA, particularly if Zhenrong can fund the needed upgrades to the refinery.

It may secure an asset that is important for PDVSA, particularly if Zhenrong can fund the needed upgrades to the refinery. On the other hand, it potentially increases China's control over the Venezuelan oil industry.

Margins were supported by turnarounds worldwide but the sizeable drop in Latin American refinery runs this year was probably the decisive factor.

Refiners will not invest to de-sulfurize fuel oil and there is not enough low-sulfur fuel oil to meet demand from the shipping sector.

We do have the inventory to manage it for the time being, but we're going to be under a fair bit of pressure, and the uncertainty isn't helpful.

If it were to go on a lot longer, it would be a hairy situation.

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