Cuba Offers 59 Offshore Oil Blocks In Joint Venture

Monday, August 09, 1999
The Cuban government is reportedly offering 59 offshore oil blocks for joint venture projects with foreign companies as part of its bid to develop the local hydrocarbon industry and remedy national fuel shortages.

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