Citgo Petroleum in talks with Aruba on refinery contract

HOUSTON/ORANJESTAD - Citgo Petroleum Corp said on Tuesday it is holding talks with the government of Aruba on its oil refinery operating contract, a day after Aruba disclosed it would form a committee to decide the fate of the plant.
 
The U.S. subsidiary of state-owned Petroleos de Venezuela (PDVSA) said it is holding “active conversions with our counterparts in Aruba and hopeful that we will reach a solution for future work together.”
 
Aruba said on Monday it expects the contract to be overhauled or terminated due to U.S. sanctions against Venezuela that have hampered production.

NAGICO respects arbitrators’ decision

PHILIPSBURG--NAGICO Insurances Chairman Imran McSood said on Thursday that the company accepts the decision of the arbitrators in the case involving Princess Juliana International Airport (PJIA).

Dutch Princess Christina, sister of Beatrix, dies at age 72

THE HAGUE--Princess Christina, youngest sister of former Dutch queen Beatrix, has died of cancer at the age of 72. The announcement was made on Friday morning by the Government Information Service RVD.

Negotiations on Oyster Pond border to commence late 2019

THE HAGUE--The actual negotiations regarding the St. Maarten/St. Martin border, including the Oyster Pond area, are expected to start at the end of 2019, confirmed Dutch Kingdom Minister of Foreign Affairs Stef Blok on Thursday.