New company will operate an ethanol storage terminal in Brazil
The three countries need to work together as they risk losing out if Nafta renegotiations fail.
The feasibility of using natural gas until the country can move to 100% renewable energy is being examined, finance minister said
Carlos Alberto Treviño Medina replaces outgoing director general José Antonio González Anaya, who leaves the post after just one year and a half.
Despite figures showing that violence has diminished since the government and FARC rebels ended Colombia's 53-year conflict, political stagnation has exposed cracks in the peace process.
The head of Brazil's SCGás shared the distributor's concerns about gas supply after 2020, when Petrobras' contract with Bolivia expires. "Issues of transportation and pipeline capacity still need to be solved," says Cósme Pôlese.
Citgo's acting president, Jose Pereira, was among those detained at the Caracas headquarters of state oil company PDVSA.