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« Reply #1300 on: March 17, 2012, 08:21:34 PM »

http://arubaherald.com/politics/2160-government-to-meet-with-petrochina-next-week.html

Government to meet with PetroChina next week
Saturday, 17 March 2012 15:54

A delegation headed by Finance and Energy Minister Mike de Meza is scheduled to meet with PetroChina executives in New Jersey next week. The Aruba Valero refinery has been facing financial challenges for quite a while and are on the verge of shutting down completely or going idle until a suitable partner or buyer is found. The government has been actively mediating in finding a partner or buyer, approaching Venezuela, Colombia, Brazil and now also China.
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« Reply #1301 on: March 17, 2012, 08:25:43 PM »

http://arubaherald.com/politics/2158-prime-minister-eman-ecopetrol-postpones-meeting.html

Prime Minister Eman: Ecopetrol postpones meeting
Saturday, 17 March 2012 15:44

The prime minister announced Friday morning in a press conference that Ecopetrol has cancelled their meeting with the government as they said they needed more time to evaluate a potential joint venture or purchase of the refinery on Aruba, currently owned by Valero of San Antonio, Texas. The meeting was supposed to have taken place this week. Prime Minister Mike Eman added that in order to try to keep the refinery open, the government was helping Valero find a partner that has crude, or another company to purchase the refinery from Valero. The government has approached among others PDVSA of Venezuela, Ecopetrol in Colombia and Petrobras from Brazil, as well as those countries' energy ministers. Petrobras earlier this month said it was not interested in a partnership or purchase of the refinery simply because they were concentrating their efforts within their own borders at this time. Valero said it will announce a decision next week concerning the refinery. The refinery has not been a profitable undertaking for Valero for quite some time now.
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« Reply #1302 on: March 19, 2012, 12:42:54 PM »

http://aruba-daily.com/newspaper/?p=14117

Valero to close Aruba refinery
Posted by Aruba Daily on March 19th, 2012

Aruba – Valero Energy Corp will suspend operations at its 235,000 barrel-per-day Aruba refinery by the end of March, the company said in a press release on Monday. The refinery was operating at reduced rates because of inadequate margins that resulted in financial losses.

The company stated in the release that unfavorable refinery economics and an outlook for continued unfavorable refinery economics were cited for the suspension of the operations. Valero plans to maintain the refinery in a state that would allow for a restart should economics improve.
 
Valero said that discussions with interested parties, including those facilitated by the government, will continue. In November, Valero initiated a process for finding a partner or potential buyer for the refinery. In mid-February, Hovensa LLC shut down its 350,000 bpd St.
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« Reply #1303 on: March 21, 2012, 10:47:12 PM »

http://www.amigoe.com/aruba/105718-regering-start-banenplan-voor-mogelijke-sluiting-valero

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Government Jobs for possible closure start Valero
Wednesday, March 21, 2012 9:55

ORANGE CITY - The government has a plan for mediation in job training and retraining. It also wants the 100 largest companies on the island get to expand. It wants the government unemployment due to the possible permanent closure of Valero absorb. Yesterday was emergency meeting held between Prime Minister Mike Eman (AVP) and the social partners in which the government plan was explained.
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Contract Workers

Minister Oduber said in turn that a plan is established for retraining and placement of jobs with contractors and other companies for permanent employees and contract workers from Valero. "Also, an inventory of project-based contract workers from abroad. That will not renew their license and will have to leave. Premises and foreign contract workers who are sitting longer on the island is linked to a new job and to favor them, we ensure that contract workers for positions at a later restart not go abroad.
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« Reply #1304 on: March 21, 2012, 10:52:31 PM »

http://www.amigoe.com/aruba/105709-eman-voorzichtig-positief-over-petrochina

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Eman cautiously positive about Petro China
Wednesday, March 21, 2012 9:54

ORANGE CITY / JEW JERSEY - Energy and oil producer PetroChina, has renewed interest in the Valero refinery in San Nicolas. Minister Mike de Meza (AVP), Finance, Utilities, Communications & Energy spoke yesterday with representatives of Petro China from which it appeared. This conversation took place in New Jersey, United States. Premier Mike Eman (AVP) says that the coming days will show what this means. He does, however, a blow to the arm, because there were talks earlier also with the Chinese oil company. He wants to create without any expectations still have something concrete. Still, Eman Petro China have indicated that chance, given the size of the company and the interest in crude oil from Venezuela.
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« Reply #1305 on: March 23, 2012, 12:32:45 AM »

http://www.amigoe.com/aruba/105838-nederland-staat-open-voor-hulp-crisis-valero

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Netherlands is open to help crisis Valero
Thursday, March 22, 2012 9:59

ORANGE CITY / THE HAGUE - MPs Bas Jan van Bochove (CDA), Andre Bosman (VVD), Ronald van Raak (SP) and Ineke van Gent (Green) find that the Netherlands should be available to Aruba to help provide job guarantees to employees of Valero. To react to the news that Valero has decided the production of the refinery in San Nicolas to stop.

That at least says the Aruban government in a press release. The developments surrounding the refinery are monitored closely in The Hague. Bochove speaks of an alarming situation. He argues that the economy unilaterally if the refinery is finally closing the doors. And moreover there is in the Country Budget not much room for such a blow. "I therefore hope that the government succeeds in finding a partner who wants to buy the refinery. With or without help from the Netherlands. "

Also, Van Raak speaks out about the cessation of production of the Valero refinery in San Nicolas. "Closure of the refinery has major implications for the Aruban community. We are part of the Kingdom. This means that we must work together and help each other. In the Netherlands we also make every effort to large businesses open. Therefore, I think we should offer our help Aruba. I am also planning to Minister Verhagen of Economic Affairs, Agriculture and Innovation prompting. "Van Bochove also welcomes any request for help. "The responsibility lies primarily with the Aruban government itself. We would not bother Aruba in their autonomy. But when asked for help, get, then I urge the Dutch Government to respond positively, "said Van Bochove. Bosman of the VVD responds: "It is bad news. Dutch aid should focus on the use of the contacts and the network of the Ministry of Economic Affairs. Developments such as these emphasize the importance of economic diversification. "Van Gent also believes that the Netherlands, Aruba and wants to can help. "A conclusion has enormous impact," said Van Gent. "And even if they manage to find a buyer, that is no guarantee for the future." The Lower House member also advises that to the 'horizons' and look for alternative scenarios. "This also strengthens your negotiating position."

Former Prime Minister
Help also comes from an unexpected quarter. Former Prime Minister Nelson Oduber (MEP) has announced to be available to help with negotiations. "I imagine my experience, knowledge and contacts available to provide a solution for the refinery to find," said Oduber. He would also be able to do without having "the world to fly around" and wasting money. "Though Nel only one percent chance, why not accept his offer," asks MEP himself.
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« Reply #1306 on: March 24, 2012, 12:48:08 AM »

http://www.amigoe.com/aruba/105955-contractarbeiders-valero-binnen-2-weken-op-straat

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Contract workers Valero within 2 weeks on the street
Friday, March 23, 2012 9:35

SAN NICOLAS - Oil refinery Valero put on 5 april part of the personnel employed by a contractor on the street. This morning the staff involved informed. Another part of the contract workers will remain in service.
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Petro China

One of the options for the restart of the refinery is a joint venture with or purchase by PetroChina. Minister Mike de Meza (AVP) of Finance, Utilities, Communications & Energy is why last Monday in conversation with top executives from the oil company. He left to return knowing 'feel good' to have discussions with representatives of the Chinese state-owned PetroChina. "They indicated that they are of great interest to further discuss the direction of an agreement," said the minister.

In 2009 and 2010 showed the Chinese state oil company even though interest in Valero. This is when for various reasons never materialized. That release included a disagreement over the turnover tax (BBO) on exports and the amount of foreign workers who wanted to use Petro China. Last week, the Chinese oil giant, the government still know to be looking for a strategic partner and that the refinery on Aruba, high on the wish list because of its proximity to the mainland of Venezuela. The Meza went Monday to the United States for talks with the Director of International Affairs of PetroChina, Jiang Jiemin, and some other staff members. Jiemin said that Petro China is seriously considering the possibilities. "We are going to get all documents, information and consider proposals and discuss among themselves. Then we come back as soon as possible, "said Petro China-CEO.
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« Reply #1307 on: March 24, 2012, 11:37:02 PM »

http://www.amigoe.com/aruba/106071-fta-twijfelt-aan-motieven-valero

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FTA doubt motives Valero
Saturday, March 24, 2012 9:06

ORANGE CITY - Union wants FTA in the short term a conversation with the Prime Minister on the conclusion of Valero. Union leader says Rudy Geerman to question the real motives of Valero to stop production. Also, he wonders whether Valero really wants to sell.

"Especially the last few days we begin to doubt," said Geerman against Amigoe. According to him, the Colombian oil company Ecopetrol namely serious interest, but keep Valero for some reason the boat. Moreover Geerman not understand that with the high fuel prices could achieve a profit. "In case of loss, or too little profit?"
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« Reply #1308 on: March 28, 2012, 08:21:33 PM »

http://aruba-daily.com/newspaper/?p=14782

Gas prices are rising as refinery closures slows supply.
Posted by Aruba Daily on March 28th, 2012

Gas prices are on their way up as we head into spring and toward the peak driving season. Valero Energy Corp. (NYSE: VLO) announced its plan to close its refinery in Aruba, which supplies 235,000 barrels a day to refiners in the Gulf Coast. The company was losing money off the plant, particularly because oil prices have jumped so high in recent months.
 
The Aruba plant will only be temporarily idled, with the ability to go back online once demand picks up again.
 
Valero had been weighing its options for the past two years, but for now the company is forced to idle the refinery. Says CEO Bill Klesse:
 
“If it had not been for the efforts of the Prime Minister, the refinery would not have restarted in late 2010 and operated over the past 15 months.”
 
This, in addition to other U.S. refineries that are closing, has initiated a boost in gasoline futures out of market fear that supply won’t meet demand once demand picks up.
 
Gasoline futures for April rose to $3.36 this morning on the New York Mercantile Exchange, contributing to the 25% increase futures have seen so far this year. AAA reports that prices are 8.5% higher than this time a year ago.
 
In addition, Sunoco Inc. (NYSE: SUN) has declared its intention to close a Philadelphia refinery in July if it can’t find a buyer. The refinery has a capacity of 335,000.
 
And last month, a 350,000 barrel-per-day refinery in the U.S. Virgin Islands closed. The refinery is owned by Hovensa LLC, a joint venture of Hess Corp. (NYSE: HES) and Petroleos de Venezuela SA.
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« Reply #1309 on: April 02, 2012, 08:38:15 PM »

http://arubaherald.com/local/2240-local-chinese-businesspeople-say-petrochina-deal-is-a-fact.html

Local Chinese businesspeople say PetroChina deal is a fact
Monday, 02 April 2012 08:41

The Government is not giving any details on the situation of Aruba's refinery while they wait for answers from various parties they have approached and others which have approached them.

On the other hand, businesspeople of Chinese descent who are following reports in media from their homeland are saying that there is good news on a deal with PetroChina. In the meantime, it is said that Valero is preparing to relocate some American employees in top positions to the U.S.A. Apparently it is being reported that the Aruba refinery is in an excellent location, close to Venezuela. The distance is acceptable since China has to be paid a part of Venezuela's debt to the Asian country in crude.  ::snipping2::
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« Reply #1310 on: April 10, 2012, 11:49:13 PM »

http://www.amigoe.com/aruba/107696-binnen-enkele-weken-uitsluitsel-over-raffinaderij

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"Within weeks of inconclusive refinery '
Tuesday, April 10, 2012 10:22

ORANGE CITY - Energy Minister Mike de Meza (AVP) says that within a few weeks is inconclusive about a possible acquisition of the Valero refinery by Petro China. However, Aruba is anyway to prepare for a future without refinery. "Sooner or later this will happen," said the minister.

Minister De Meza was last week attended a meeting of the Standing Committee on Finance States. The minister was there at the invitation of the committee to explain the refinery, whose production is currently shut down by Valero. At present, Valero and Petro China, which recently has become the world's largest oil company, engaged in mutual study of all data concerning a possible sale. Minister De Meza says still cautious to want to be with optimistic statements, but he indicates that the talks between Valero and PetroChina went well and that the interest from the Chinese state oil company not been reduced since he was a few weeks ago with their representatives spoke in New Jersey. "In the coming weeks we hope to know more."
 
Settlement agreement
 
"At one point the Aruban government will be asked to join the two parties at the table to slide," said De Meza. The government will also have to justify to the States about the arrangements they may have to be taken with PetroChina. He indicates that the so-called 'settlement agreement', the package in 2010 after parliamentary approval was given to Valero has been decisive in the interest from PetroChina. "They themselves have indicated to me that if there had been no, they would have no interest in possible acquisition of the refinery," said the minister. In the settlement agreement, the government arranged all pending lawsuits regarding unpaid taxes in exchange for 200 million florins of the American oil company. Also, tax laws were changed so that the refinery example bbo no longer had to pay on exports.
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« Reply #1311 on: April 18, 2012, 11:19:15 PM »

http://www.amigoe.com/english/108569-valeros-debit-mainly-due-to-losses-incurred-at-aruba-refinery

Valero’s debit mainly due to losses incurred at Aruba refinery
Tuesday, 17 April 2012 11:35

ORANJESTAD — Oil company Valero expects a debit of 605 million dollars in the first quarter of this year. With this, the company incurs a loss of 75 to 85 dollar cents per share. The debit is mainly due to the losses incurred at the Aruban refinery, according to the company. Without this debit, the oil company would have made a profit of approximately 25 to 35 cents per share.For that matter, the profit before exceptional debits is higher than analysts had expected. Halfway through the trade day, the Valero share had taken profits. Since the beginning of this year, the share increased with approximately 11 percent. The debit led to speculation in various media on the future of the refinery. However, spokesperson Bill Day was not available for comment this morning.
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Price tag
The government has been negotiating with Valero and possibly interested partners such as Ecopetrol, Petrochina and PdVSA for months now. The government amendment of March 8th on the budget for 2012 states that the government is reserving 850,000 florins for ‘conciliation in behalf of the continuation of Valero’s business activities’, of which 650,000 florins from the budget of the Ministry of Finance, Utilities, Communication & Energy, and 250,000 florins from the budget of General Affairs. Representatives from oil companies Valero and Petrochina will be coming to Aruba either this week or next week at the latest to consult with the government. Petrochina is one of the companies that showed interest in a possible take-over of the refinery.
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« Reply #1312 on: April 19, 2012, 12:09:53 AM »

http://arubaherald.com/politics/2316-this-week-or-very-soon-petrochina-and-valero-will-travel-to-aruba-to-meet-with-government.html

This week or very soon PetroChina and Valero will travel to Aruba to meet with government
Tuesday, 17 April 2012 11:03

Negotiating parties needed the space to meet and analyze the decision to sell - and purchase - the refinery on Aruba, thus the sudden silence surrounding the Valero Aruba Refinery situation.
 
From a good source reporters at our sister website 24ora.com are receiving information concerning the refinery, which is currently "idle".
 
It appears that this or next week at the latest, executives from PetroChina and Valero can be expected to arrive on Aruba to meet with the government.
 
Persistent rumors say that next weekend or within the next two weeks PetroChina will on Aruba announce a possible deal with Valero.
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« Reply #1313 on: April 24, 2012, 02:13:42 AM »

http://www.amigoe.com/aruba/109290-geen-geld-nederland-wel-advies-voor-valero

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No money Netherlands, or advice for Valero
Monday, April 23, 2012 10:46

ORANGE CITY / THE HAGUE - The Netherlands will create new jobs for the current employees of Valero refinery no direct financial support, but does give advice. Writes that outgoing Minister Liesbeth Spies (CDA) of the Interior and Kingdom Relations in response to questions from the House. According to Premier Mike Eman (AVP) are the conversations between Valero and PetroChina at an advanced stage and there is even an offer.
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Bid Petro China
 
However, there is support for approaching partners for Valero. Similarly with PetroChina. Representatives will meet this week to Aruba, says Eman. The Dutch embassies around to help get visas so they could come as soon as possible. Premier Eman says, based on telephone interviews with senior management, the Chinese state oil company Petro China is already a bid made at the refinery. According to him here Valero also responded positively. This is the reason for the delegation to come to Aruba. They're technically inspect the refinery, said the premier. Moreover, there are interviews with Valero and the government. In discussions with the Government should indicate its wishes and Petro China, the government will explain the tax rules and labor laws of our island. According to Eman, 'the government is very optimistic about the negotiations. The Prime Minister hopes that the talks between Valero and PetroChina lead to sale of the refinery, bringing the long-term survival is guaranteed. If the refinery is purchased, the Government has agreements with Valero about employees. This should not suffer from the transition to the new company. Everything must remain at the old.
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« Reply #1314 on: April 24, 2012, 11:30:49 PM »

http://arubaherald.com/politics/2342-minister-of-finance-says-petrochina-and-valero-will-come-to-aruba-for-meetings.html

Minister of Finance says PetroChina and Valero will come to Aruba for meetings
Tuesday, 24 April 2012 15:39

Minister of Finance and Utilities, Mike de Meza said a delegation from PetroChina is arriving on Aruba on Tuesday to meet and negotiate with the government.
 
They are coming from Beijing, New York and Houston. A Valero delegation will also be visiting for meetings on Aruba this week.
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« Reply #1315 on: April 27, 2012, 12:45:49 AM »

http://arubaherald.com/politics/2344-aruba-signs-mou-with-petrochina.html

Aruba signs MOU with PetroChina
Thursday, 26 April 2012 20:06

On Thursday morning, the Aruban government and PetroChina representatives signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) at the government offices in Oranjestad. Prime Minister Mike Eman explained that PetroChina agrees in the MOU that the company is seriously considering the purchase of the refinery on Aruba from Valero and will be negotiating their establishment on the island during the coming weeks.
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« Reply #1316 on: May 02, 2012, 10:59:34 PM »

http://www.amigoe.com/aruba/110079-regering-akkoord-met-petrochina-hopelijk-binnen-twee-maanden

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Government: 'I agree with PetroChina hopefully within two months'
Wednesday, May 2, 2012 9:47

ORANGE CITY / SAN ANTONIO - Aruba hopes within two months, with oil giant Petro China have completed the requirements for the purchase of the Valero refinery in San Nicolas. This says Energy Minister Mike de Meza (AVP). Last Sunday, the parties together in the Europe House. Meanwhile, in the past Valero first-quarter loss of $ 432 million suffered by the depreciation of $ 605 million on the value of the refinery in Aruba.

Chief of the U.S. oil company, Bill Klesse, nothing about the loss but not a word in the media and let out only positive about the outlook for the remainder of the year.

Three press releases were sent out last night reporting Premier Mike Eman (AVP) and Minister De Meza that PetroChina, the due diligence has been completed. The study looked at the information that the selling party supplies, whether it is correct and what the consequences are for an acquisition. By the end of this month all have been mapped and all agreements made between Petro China and Valero officially completed. "Then begins the period of the internal procedural Petro China is controlling. About a month up to two months, then everything is ready, "said De Meza. The Minister said that negotiations on a possible sale of the refinery from Valero to PetroChina went well. In the negotiations with the Aruba switch to liquefied natural gas as fuel for the refinery and the purchase of cheaper fuel oil on the international market at least discussed. According to Minister De Meza Petro China would be interested in continuation of the gas project. Also, the state oil company after the sale wish to continue receiving workers now under contract to Valero and local contract workers.

Scenarios

According to Prime Minister Eman is the oil giant at present different scenarios for the refinery to consider it. Thus they include looking at what mix of crude oils to better price margins may result and whether they might be able to continue with the refinery as it is or that they have big investments to make and possibly other products such as gasoline to produce on Aruba. "Since we have no indication of received, perhaps because she herself was not decided," said Eman.
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« Reply #1317 on: May 04, 2012, 12:11:16 AM »

http://arubaherald.com/politics/2368-petrochina-might-have-a-positive-impact-on-arubas-tourism-and-air-traffic-as-well.html

PetroChina might have a positive impact on Aruba's tourism and air traffic as well
Thursday, 03 May 2012 16:38

Recently during an interview with Minister of Tourism, Transportation and Labor, Otmar Oduber, he pointed out that he has spoken to high executives of PetroChina about the possibilities of establishing a non-stop flight between Aruba and China.

This was discussed in the context of a possible restart of the island's refinery under PetroChina management. To travel from China to Aruba at present it takes approximately 40 hours; a direct flight would bring down travel time to 14 hours. The shorter travel time would benefit Aruba in the sense that the Chinese market is big and there is much business travel. Aruba is an attractive hub since the island has U.S. customs and immigration pre-clearance services at the airport.  ::snipping2::
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« Reply #1318 on: May 09, 2012, 01:51:47 AM »

http://arubaherald.com/local/2411-petrochina-makes-offer-to-purchase-refinery-on-aruba.html

PetroChina makes offer to purchase refinery on Aruba
Tuesday, 08 May 2012 18:26

International sources report PetroChina has made an offer that is not definite to Valero for the purchase of the refinery on Aruba. The figure of 350 million USD has been mentioned.  ::snipping2::  Negotiations are ongoing and a positive outcome is expected.
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« Reply #1319 on: May 22, 2012, 01:44:14 PM »

This has all been in the works for a very long time - follow the mula

Prime Minister Nelson Oduber will visit China in May with a delegation consisting out
of 3 additional persons that include Augustine Vrolijk (Director Foreign Affairs), Frendsel
Giel (Assistant Managing Director, Aruba Investment Bank) and Greg Peterson
(Director, Freezone Aruba).

 China. Kang Mei Group is busy in positioning itself strategically towards
the Latin American market and is interested in Aruba as the Chinese gateway to
South America.


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