Venezuela Denies Responsibility for Oil Spills on Brazilian Coastline

The state-owned oil company Petróleos de Venezuela (PDVSA) reported yesterday, October 10th, that none of its clients or subsidiaries have so far reported oil spills of Venezuelan origin near the Brazilian coast.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In a statement released yesterday morning, the oil company PDVSA said there is no evidence of oil spills in Venezuela's oil fields that could have impacted Brazil's Northeastern region, causing damage to the marine ecosystem.

"We reiterate that we have not received any report in which our clients and/or subsidiaries have reported a possible malfunction or leak near the Brazilian coast, which is approximately . . .

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