The Brazilian oil major is in talks with antitrust agency Cade to minimize the chances of a new rejection of the sale of gas distributor Liquigás.
Brazil's next administration will need to attract the private sector for infrastructure projects given the government's fiscal challenges, says Alexandre Garcia, an infrastructure analyst at Fitch Ratings.
Increased competition and global trends have had a significant impact on fixed assets in Mexico's energy sector. Asset management consultant Mauro Hoyer gives a bird's eye view of an evolving sector.
BNamericas offers a complete overview of leftwing frontrunner Andrés Manuel López Obrador's proposals for the hydrocarbons sector as Mexico's presidential election fast approaches.
National pipeline authority Cenagas announced that the terms of a tender for natural gas storage space in depleted fields will be ready by September, with teh tender itself to be launched 4-6 months later.
The construction giant has failed to resume the volume of projects it had before being trapped in the largest corruption investigation in the Brazil's history, while it struggles with its debt load and faces legal obstacles to selling assets.
In a public letter published Saturday on his Twitter account, former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva confirmed he will be a candidate in the October presidential elections.