The closing of a dock at Venezuela’s main oil export port could delay as much as 5 million barrels in crude deliveries to Russian company Rosneft, further complicating oil-for-loan agreements between state-run PDVSA and Rosneft, a source said on Wednesday and internal PDVSA documents showed. A tanker collision at the weekend forced Venezuela’s PDVSA [PDVSA.UL] to halt operations at Jose port’s South dock, curtailing planned shipments mainly for Rosneft, and for U.S. firms Valero Energy and Chevron Corp until damages can be repaired. PDVSA and Rosneft did not reply to requests for comment. PDVSA has fallen behind on its export contracts this year, raising the prospect of temporary cancellation of shipments under force majeure if it cannot recover production and export capacity. In April, Rosneft and […]