Venezuela Oil Project - Steel Wires Supply

Project Information:

Owner: DP Delta Servicios C.A.subsidiary of Petroleos de Venezuela, S.A. (PDVSA)

Operation Date: 2024.01


What We Supplied:

3/8'' Siemens Martin Steel Wire

Alumoweld 7 # 9 Conductor


Project News:

Venezuela is one of the countries with the largest oil reserves in the world, and the oil industry has always been a pillar of its national economy. As early as the early 20th century, the Dutch Shell Company began oil exploration in Venezuela and drilled the first oil well in the North Maracaibo Basin, laying the foundation for the early development of Venezuela's oil industry. Subsequently, Venezuela's annual oil production rapidly increased, accounting for 10% of global production at one time, making Venezuela occupy an important position in the global oil market.


However, despite its abundant oil resources, Venezuela's oil industry has not developed smoothly. Since the 1970s, Venezuela has gradually moved towards economic decline, with per capita income decreasing year by year. Although oil exports have brought Venezuela a large amount of foreign exchange income, issues related to the distribution and use of oil revenue have led to imbalances and instabilities in social and economic development. Additionally, fluctuations in international oil prices, domestic policy adjustments, and competition with other oil-producing countries have also posed challenges to the development of Venezuela's oil industry.


Petróleos de Venezuela, S.A. (PDVSA), founded in 1975, is Venezuela's largest state-owned enterprise and the largest oil company in Latin America. The company is primarily engaged in oil and gas exploration, development, refining, transportation, and distribution, with extensive assets and a broad range of business operations. PDVSA operates independently in upstream and downstream businesses and trade in the domestic and international markets, becoming an influential enterprise in the global oil sector.


PDVSA holds a pivotal position in Venezuela's oil industry. It independently operates upstream and downstream businesses and trade in the oil industry, becoming a highly influential enterprise in the global oil sector. At the peak of the oil industry's development, PDVSA's main performance indicators were always ranked at the top in the evaluation tables of international large-scale oil companies. However, the recent difficulties in Venezuela's oil industry have also impacted PDVSA's business, and the company is facing tremendous operational pressure and challenges.


Overall, Venezuela's oil industry has a rich history of development and tremendous potential, but it also faces numerous challenges and difficulties. PDVSA, as a representative enterprise of Venezuela's oil industry, also faces the same challenges and opportunities in its business development and operations. In the future, with changes in the global energy market and adjustments in Venezuela's domestic policies, the development prospects of Venezuela's oil industry and PDVSA will be filled with uncertainties and variables.