• PDVSA América Caracas headquarters: Edificio PDVSA La Tahona, Cabimas 4, Avenida Intercomunal Baruta - El Hatillo con calle El Ángel de La Tahona, Urbanización Las Esmeraldas, Caracas 1080, Venezuela / Fax: +58 (212) 906-4600 / Telephone +58 (212) 906-4695
• PDVSA Argentina: Av. Libertador 602, Piso 20- CABA C.P: C1001ABT. Buenos Aires-Argentina / Telephone +54 11 4813 9652 .
• PDVSA Bolivia: Av. Hernando Siles esq. Calle 10 Obrajes- Edif. Tunupa N° 5593 Piso 2, Ofic. 203- La Paz. Estado Plurinacional de Bolivia / Telephones: (591)2150666 - 2112906 - 2119799/ Fax: (591) 2150888.
• PDVSA Ecuador: Orellana E9-195 y Av. 6 de Diciembre, Edif. Alisal de Orellana, Piso 11, Quito. Ecuador / Telephone: (593) 24000300/ Fax: (593) 23819945.
• PDVSA Paraguay: Av. España 2028, c/ Av. Brasilia, Edif. URANO , Piso 3, Asunción- Paraguay / Telephones: (595) 21228814 / 17.
• PDVSA Uruguay: Peatonal Sarandi 675, Piso 3. Montevideo-Uruguay / Telephone : 00598-2915-6964.
• PDVSA Cuba: C/Lamparilla No. 2 Edif. Lonja del Comercio Piso 4, Ofc. F La Habana Vieja Ciudad de La Habana, Cuba Telephone : 00537 8644497.
• PDV Guatemala, Limitada: 2a calle 23-80 Zona 15, Vista Hermosa II, Edificio Avante 8o Nivel, Of. 804 Guatemala, Guatemala, 01015 Telephone: (502) 2385-4052, 2385-4082, 2385-3778 Fax: (502) 2385-3778.
• PDV UK, S.A.: 7 Old Park Lane. London W1K 1QR England. Telephones : (0044) 2074092166/ (0044) 2074938783.
• PDVSA Services B.V.: President Kennedylaan 19, 2517 JK, The Hague, Netherlands,P.O. Box 17111, 2502 CC, Telephones: (31) (70) 3488588 Fax: (31) (70) 3488540, E-mail:
• PDV Europa B.V.: President Kennedylaan 19, 2517 JK The Hague, Netherlands, P.O. Box 17111, 2502 CC The Hague, Netherlands, Telephone: (31) (70) 3065000. Fax: (31) (70) 3060514, E-mail:
• PDVSA USA, Inc.: 750 Lexington Avenue, 59th Street. 21st Floor. New York, NY 10022, Telephone:(646) 723-2080 , Fax (212) 826-0967.
• PDVSA Services INC: Woodland Park Plaza. 11490 Westheimer. Suite 800. Houston, Texas, 77077-6847 USA, Telephone : 1 (281) 531 0004 Fax 1 (281) 588 6290, E-mail:
CITGO Petroleum Corporation, a Delaware corporation headquartered in Houston, refines markets and transports gasoline, jet fuel, lubricants, petrochemicals and other petroleum-based industrial products. CITGO has 3,700 employees and is owned by PDV America, Inc., an indirect and wholly owned subsidiary of Petróleos de Venezuela, S.A. (PDVSA), the state oil company of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela.
CITGO owns and operates three highly complex crude oil refineries located in Lake Charles, Louisiana (425,000 barrels per day [BPD]), Lemont, Illinois (167,000 BPD) and Corpus Christi, Texas (157,000 BPD). These refineries process approximately 285,000 BPD of Venezuelan crude, including supplies from upgraders in the Orinoco Oil Belt. The combined aggregate crude oil refining capacity of 749,000 BPD places CITGO as one of the largest refiners in the United States. The company owns and / or operates 48 terminals of petroleum products, one of the largest networks in the country.
In 2012, CITGO sold a total of 14.7 billion gallons of refined products. The company markets motor fuel to independent traders who consistently rate CITGO as one of the best brand-name carriers in the industry. CITGO brand traders sell motor fuels through nearly 6,000 branded retail stores.
CITGO markets jet fuel directly to airlines and produces a variety of agricultural, automotive, industrial and proprietary lubricants that are sold to independent distributors, mass merchandisers and industrial customers as well as other customers. In addition, the company sells petrochemicals and industrial products directly to various manufacturers and industrial companies across the United States.
RUHR OEL GMBH PDVSA owns 50% of this company, in association with Veba Oel, which has four refineries; this makes it the largest refiner on German soil.
It has a refining capacity of one million barrels per day, of which approximately 250,000 correspond to the Venezuelan oil company. In addition, it supplies derivatives and petrochemical products to the German market, covering 20% of its needs
• Contact: Pawiker Strasse 30, D-45896 Gelsenkirchen, Germany , Phone: 49 (209) 366 3942, Fax: 49 (209) 3663798, e-mail:
AB NYNÄS PETROLEUM
PDVSA and Neste Corporation of Finland have 50% each of AB Nynäs Petroleum, which operates refineries in Sweden, Belgium and the United Kingdom.
Through its partnership with AB Nynäs, the corporation is increasing its share of the Western European asphalt market. This company owns two refineries: one in Sweden (Nynashamn), another in Belgium (Antwerp), and a pair in the United Kingdom, specifically in Dundee, Scotland, and Eastham, in England.
It processes an average of 30,000 barrels of crude per day.
• Contact: P.O. Box 10700 Sweden, SE-121 2923 Stockholm Lindetorpsvagen 7, Telephone: 46 (8) 6021200 / 1285, Fax: 46 (8) 918 544 e-mail:
Located in Curacao, it operates under a long-term lease agreement with the government of Curacao; it began operations in 1985. On average, it refines about 335,000 barrels a day of crude oil, which are mainly destined for the North American, Central American and Caribbean markets. Isla has a storage terminal
• Contact:P.O: Box 3843 Emmastads, Curacao, Netherlands Antilles Telephones: (59 99) 466 2273, Fax (59 99) 466 2588/ (59 99) 466 2488) E-mail:
• Bonaire Petroleum Corp. N.N. (BOPEC)
Contact: Plantage Brasil. Bonaire, Netherlands Antilles. P.O. Box 117 Kalendijk. Telephones: (5997) 8177, Telex: 1284 BOPECNA Fax (5997) 8266.
On April 28, 2005, PDVSA Cuba opened its doors in Havana in order to shore up the Petrocaribe project, under the Agreement for the Implementation of the Bolivarian Alternative for the Americas (ALBA).
The opening of this commercial and business office is a major event in the expansion of energy cooperation relations between the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela and the Republic of Cuba, which point to a new model of integration in Latin America and the Caribbean based on the principles of mutual cooperation, solidarity, complementarity and sustainable socio-economic development of the peoples of the region.
The strategic location of PDVSA Cuba in Havana will allow for the coordination with other businesses and instrumental projects in order to accelerate the advance of Petrocaribe in the vast area of the Caribbean basin, which has a big potential in hydrocarbon reserves. It also has a growing energy demand that can be used to improve the quality of life of the Caribbean population.
• Products and services
PDVSA Cuba works together with Cuba Petróleo (CUPET) to increase the potential of the Caribbean energy market, in exploration and production (upstream), as well as refining and marketing (downstream) processes, to promote the social progress of the Caribbean and Central American peoples through free and democratic access to energy at a fair and reasonable price.
The PDVSA Cuba office in Havana makes possible to offer more support and attention to the region and implement projects for the production and commercialization of lubricants, fuels and other petroleum products to Central America and the countries of the Caribbean Basin. It also coordinates technological exchange and training of human resources in the hydrocarbons sector.
• Projects and goals
PDVSA Cuba plans to build a strategic storage center for residual fuels in Matanzas, in western Cuba, with a capacity of 600,000 barrels per day, and restart the Cienfuegos refinery and terminal, located in the central region of the Cuban archipelago. Upstream, studies of the energy matrix of Cuba will be deepened, especially with regard to exploration and production in the Economic Zone of Cuba in the Gulf of Mexico.
Downstream, a lubricant bottling plant will be developed with the participation of the National Lubricant Company (Cubalub) and the logistic support of PDVSA.
• Contact: Lonja del Comercio de La Habana, 5th Floor, Office C, Havana, Cuba.
The PDVSA subsidiary in Argentina, INTERVEN Venezuela, SA, opened its offices in Buenos Aires to become the center of development of the entire Petróleos de Venezuela business chain in Argentina and the Southern Cone; it offers odirect and personalized attention to customers, consumers and partners.
The management and technical team of INTERVEN Venezuela S.A. do business within the framework of the recent bilateral and corporate cooperation agreements in oil, gas, by-products and other items, between the governments and companies of Venezuela and Argentina for the benefit of the peoples of the region.
This challenge is part of the Petrosur regional energy initiative, a concrete expression of the political will for trade cooperation and integration between the Argentine Republic and the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, two sovereign countries committed to solidarity exchange, fair trade and the inalienable right of the peoples to develop under the principles of reciprocity and complementarity.
• Products and services
INTERVEN Venezuela S.A. is building a marketing and distribution network for products in the Argentine domestic market, and i involved with licenses or concessions for the exploration of prospective areas in search of exploitable hydrocarbon deposits, among others. Regardin liquid fuels for the automobile fleet, INTERVEN Venezuela, SA, hand in hand with ENARSA, has the long-term goal of flagging, in association with companies in the Latin American region, some 600 service stations in Argentina to market an average volume of 55,000 barrels per day, or about 4 million liters per day, which represent about 12% of the Argentine domestic market.
Avenida del Libertador 602, Edificio Chacofi II, Planta Baja, Entrepiso y Piso 2. Buenos Aires, Argentina, Telephone numbers: 00 54 11 4813 9652 / 54 (Jorge Pérez)
Petrosur is a political and trade enabler that the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela promotes. Petrosur establishes cooperation and integration mechanisms based on complementarity and the fair and democratic use of energy resources for the socioeconomic improvement of the peoples.
This initiative recognizes the importance of fostering cooperation and strategic partnerships between the state oil companies of Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay and Venezuela: Petróleos Brasileiros (Petrobras), Energía Argentina S.A. (Enarsa); Administración Nacional de Combustibles, Alcohol y Portland (ANCAP) and Petróleos de Venezuela S.A. (PDVSA) to comprehensively develop businesses throughout the entire chain of hydrocarbons.
Petrosur aims at minimizing the negative impact of energy costs on the countries of the region caused by speculative and geopolitical factors, by decreasing transaction costs (eliminating intermediation), provide access to preferential financing and by taking advantage of trade synergies in order to overcome economic and social asymmetries in the region