Ecuador lifts “force majeure” from its oil operations

This clause protects the country against possible legal claims for non-compliance in its oil delivery contracts.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Ministry of Energy and Mines lifted the state of "force majeure" for all operations in the hydrocarbon value chain, declared on June 19, due to the effects of the social protests that affected infrastructure and partially paralyzed hydrocarbon operations in the Amazon.

Minister Xavier . . .

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