THEI’s Venezuela Watch: US Occupation Has Already Begun and Is Being Conducted by ExxonMobil

Source: Mision Verdad

JUNIO 27 DE 2017, 8:32 PM

Exxon wants to topple Venezuela for geopolitical and geo-economic reasons

ExxonMobil awarded contracts to Guyana for infrastructure, drilling and storage with a view to extracting the huge oil and gas reserves from the so-called “Liza Project” located in maritime territory claimed by Venezuela as stipulated by the Geneva Agreement of 1966. In 2015 the first oil discovery in the area provoked a diplomatic conflict between the nations due to the activities of the oil company on the Atlantic front of the Essequibo river.

‘One of the Biggest Oil Discoveries in the Industry of the Last Decade’

According to Gulf Oil & Gas, Dutch oil holding company SBM Offshore NV has been granted a contract awarded by ExxonMobil, a U.S. company that owns 45 percent of the Stabroek Block located on the Atlantic front of the Essequibo through its subsidiary Esso Exploration and Production Guyana Limited Atlantic, where the rich deposits of Liza-1 and Liza-2 were found. . . . Read Complete Report

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