Briefs from Ecuador, the Guyana-Suriname basin and Peru.
The Anglo-Swiss company opened its first service station in Mexico this week and plans to open two fuel storage terminals next year.
A consortium of local firms is the top ranked bidder.
A lawyer representing a group of minority shareholders said he provided Lava Jato investigators with information on irregularities related to the transaction.
In the second of a two-part interview, Marcelo Macedo, head of Brazil's Escola do Gás, explained what the challenges are for LPG resale and distribution newcomers. He also talked to BNamericas about the recent changes in the regulatory framework.