Representatives of the transition team had a virtual meeting with the president of Petrobras, Caio Mário Paes de Andrade, and other members of the oil company edit
RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) – Representatives of the transitional government asked this Monday in a virtual meeting with the president of Petrobras and other members of the oil company that the divestment plan be suspended until a new management of the company takes office, Maurício Tolmasquim, who is part of the group dealing with Mines and Energy issues.
“The list of assets (for sale) we already know… the ideal would be to suspend everything until the new council. this will be analyzed. Ultimately, the decision rests with the board,” said Tolmasquim, noting that the oil company’s representatives did not formally take a position on whether they would accept the request.
During the meeting, which took place on Monday afternoon and lasted less than an hour, it was also discussed how confidential and sensitive issues for the company would be dealt with, so that there would be no chance of harmful leaks for Petrobras, which has mixed capital.
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