The Brazilian development bank now holds less than 25% of the preferred shares issued by the state-run oil company.
Although Odebrecht, which controls petchem firm Braskem, reached leniency agreements with authorities in Brazil and a few other countries, creditors worry about its inability to reach similar deals elsewhere.
The bodies also announced the creation of the energy sector coordinated assistance office, a unit that will provide orientation and information to interested parties seeking to engage in processes that involve more than one of the regulatory bodies.
Terpel's proposed acquisition of ExxonMobil Colombia will be limited to the US company's local lubricants division, the South American country's competition watchdog has ruled.
The candidate's chief advisor Alfonso Romo was quoted by local media as saying that contracts with private companies for E&P in Mexico are beneficial to the country, and that the auctions held so far were well executed and transparent.