Tuesday, February 22, 2011

A mandatory reading from Gustavo Coronel

Gustavo Coronel writes more than his blog and today the web page of El Universal accepted one lengthy article on the state of the oil industry in Venezuela.  Gustavo Coronel has made a career in PDVSA and the pre PDVSA companies and as far as the reality on the ground I think that today his experience is top notch, beyond numbers and estimates put forth by the regime and even journalists.

Do your self a favor and read "The petroleum policy of the Hugo Chavez government", in English and in Spanish at his blog if you prefer.

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