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Venezuela’s falling oil supply is a major ‘challenge’ to global energy markets

A major advisor to energy producing nations has suggested that the continued fallout from Venezuela could present a "challenge" for global oil markets.

Nicolas Maduro is cracking down on rivals and Venezuela’s oil industry could take a big hit

Several former high-ranking officials have been arrested in recent days in Venezuela, in what appears to be a campaign to consolidate political power.

There’s a big oil story flying under the radar

"We caution against taking one’s eye off the looming sovereign debt crisis in Venezuela that could further curtail output from the stressed state."

‘All options are on the table’ for Trump to go after Venezuela, but the side effects could be severe

The Trump administration is weighing a number of harsh measures against the Venezuelan government, but each could come with damaging side effects.

‘All options are on the table’: The US could go after the Venezuelan government’s lifeline to the world

Venezuela's oil industry has helped keep the government and the economy afloat, but it may soon be in the US's crosshairs.

Venezuela’s small win won’t help it in the long run

Venezuela's state oil company PDVSA announced that a bond swap offer amassed 39.4% participation.