Chevron Corp, the last U.S. oil company operating in Venezuela, said on Thursday it hopes to be able to remain in the Latin American nation as the Trump administration mulls whether to renew its license, expiring on Saturday, to do business there. The administration said a decision will be made soon on the renewal of Chevron’s six-month U.S. Treasury Department license to operate in Venezuela, with billions of dollars in the company’s investments at stake. The administration in January imposed sanctions on PDVSA, Venezuela’s state-run oil company, intended to starve the country of oil revenue and force out President Nicolas Maduro. The United States has said it considers Maduro’s re-election last year illegitimate and has recognized opposition leader Juan Guaido, who invoked […]