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Vaca Muerta, located in Argentina’s Neuquén Basin, is the country’s largest shale oil and gas reserve. Today marks the five year anniversary since Argentina’s YPF signed an agreement with Chevron for a joint mining project in the region, the first

The Government announced that it had reached an agreement between oil companies, related workers’ unions and the Neuquén provincial government today that outlines updated conditions for development projects on energy fields located in the province’s Vaca Muerta region. In a …

State-controlled energy company YPF is set to hand over to the courts all the documents regarding the controversy-mired deal it sealed in 2013 with US energy giant Chevron to explore and produce shale oil in the Vaca Muerta formation in

After resorting to every judicial machination possible, state-run oil company YPF finally ran out of legal options to avoid handing over to the courts all the documents regarding a 2013 deal it sealed with US energy giant Chevron and will …

A Federal Chamber yesterday ordered that State-owned oil company YPF hand over all its documentation regarding the agreement with US energy company Chevron in the next five days. This agreement, which was signed in 2013 by the former Kirchner administration …

Anti-Corruption Office director Laura Alonso has gone from staunchly opposing the fact that certain “secret clauses” in the 2013 agreement between Argentine state-owned energy company YPF and US energy corporation Chevron were withheld from the public, to yesterday justifying their …

The country’s largest state-owned oil company, YPF, this morning presented before the Supreme Court  the contract it holds with US energy corporation Chevron regarding oil fields in the Province of Neuquén in northwestern Patagonia. This may sound dull, but it’s …

The country’s largest state-owned oil company, YPF, this morning presented before the Supreme Court  the contract it holds with US energy corporation Chevron regarding oil fields in the Province of Neuquén in northwestern Patagonia. This may sound dull, but it’s …

The Supreme Court on Tuesday ordered for the government to disclose “secret clauses” in an agreement signed in August 2013 between Argentine state-owned energy company YPF and US energy corporation Chevron regarding developing shale oil in Neuquén, the details of …

Argentina’s infamous “vulture funds”, as the holdout creditors represented by Paul Singer’s NML Capital are affectionately known, are back at their usual antics of trying to claw back from the Argentine government what they (and the US court system) see …