Venezuela is once again finding itself in the dark in another massive power outage, according to Aljazeera , weighing further on the South American country that is struggling to maintain its oil output and oil exports amid US sanctions. Venezuela, in dire need of its oil revenues that are withering on the vine, may be home to the world’s largest oil reserves, but the Maduro regime is likely finding that fact of little consolation these days. The most recent blackout marks the second such widespread blacking in less than a month and even reached the capital city and covering more than half of Venezuela’s 23 states, according to Time, who was citing social media outlets. Just two weeks ago, Venezuela suffered a catastrophic blackout that jeopardized the country’s oil production and exports, shutting down its main oil export terminal and its heavy crude processing complex in Jose. These operations […]