Venezuela’s state-owned PDVSA has 677,000 b/d of crude available to sell for February, but no buyers because of US sanctions, according to a company official. Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now “The climbing of US sanctions against the Nicolas Maduro government alienated the few clients that were still daring to enter Venezuelan ports,” said a PDVSA official, who spoke on condition of anonymity. “For February, there is 661,000 b/d of crude that has no takers. Also, PVDSA is offering to pay debts with crude to creditors but there are no interested parties,” the official added. PDVSA has offered deep price discounts for its crude, and flexible loading windows of more than 30 days, the official said. The volume […]