Gazprom is seeking to operate its first block in Bolivia, a spokeswoman for the company’s international business confirmed to Interfax Natural Gas Daily on Friday.
The move would be a symbolic achievement for the Latin American country, which has long courted the Russian state giant.
The company wants to operate the 7.39 million hectare Vitiacua block in the gas-rich Chaco Basin in southern Bolivia and will make an official announcement in H1 2018, the spokeswoman said at the Gas Exporting Countries Forum in Santa...
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