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YPF CEO Miguel Galuccio met today with oil companies and investors in the UAE, including the...

YPF CEO Miguel Galuccio met today with oil companies and investors in the UAE, including the head of Abu Dhabi's Mubadala sovereign wealth fund to discuss partnering to produce oil and gas in Argentina. Last year, Mubadala's $2B investment in Brazil had seemed to herald further involvement in Latin America. Galuccio has been courting international partners to boost output.
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  • Uncle Pie
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    Argentina confiscated Repsol's investment; what's to prevent them from confiscating Abu Dhabi's investment? Careful, guys!
    6 Feb 2013, 07:17 PM Reply Like
  • hueshi
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    repsol its a irresponsable blood sucking company from spain take a look how is their economy right now, they confiscate their investment because they didnt invest a dollar for 10 year to explorate one of biggest gas resource from the planet, repsol have 10% of ypf today, repsol pay himself with dividends for 10 years, making billons , petrobrasgentina was from ypf 10 years ago and repsol sold it, theres a gold pot in that company soon or later ypf is going to make huge money
    7 Feb 2013, 09:15 AM Reply Like
  • Khawaja
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    Yes they did confiscated the Spanish money because it is in their character as they told the investor to get the money from whom they stole it and paid peanut in compensation, the previous owner, Repsol. They are the same who claimed Falkland and also made disappear millions oppositions people over nights.
    10 Feb 2013, 07:53 PM Reply Like
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