Rio de Janeiro – A gigante americana Exxon Mobil segue em negociação com a Petrobras, segundo pessoas familiarizadas com as discussões que pediram para não serem identificadas porque as negociações são privadas. Um possível acordo pode resultar em parceria estratégica envolvendo diferentes ativos, incluindo participação conjunta em leilões de petróleo e na área da cessão onerosa, segundo as pessoas.
Zema, a 94 year-old retailer of toys and appliances in Brazil’s interior, has become an unlikely thorn in the side of state-controlled oil behemoth Petroleo Brasileiro SA. This year Zema, which also runs gas stations, got its first fuel import license and joined a fast-growing group of new players that managed to, at least temporarily, squeeze Petrobras out of a market it has traditionally dominated.
The producer, which controls virtually all refinery output in Brazil, started notifying clients in early 2016 that they would need to source some of their imports elsewhere. Petrobras reviewed its contract with Zema last year, for example, and said it would guarantee only 70 percent of the retailer’s requests for fuels, forcing the group to find alternatives. Petrobras initially left fuel prices largely unchanged when oil prices collapsed in late 2014, driving up margins and luring competitors.
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