New government wants to review the sale of Petrobras assets (PETR4)

The transitional government of president-elect Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva will reassess Petrobras’ asset sales plans (PETR3;PETR4).

The information was provided by the former president of the Energy Planning Company (EPE), Mauricio Tolmasquim, a member of the technical group in the energy area.

“It was requested that there be a meeting with the president of Petrobras, precisely because there are a number of Petrobras assets that are in the process of being sold, and we want to have the opportunity to talk to Petrobras, if it really is the right time to do that,” he said.

On Twitter, the Minister of Mines and Energy of the Bolsonaro government, Adolfo Sachsida, said that he could just schedule a meeting of the government’s transition team with the command of Petrobras, and stated that he does not interfere in private law companies, as is the case with Petrobras. oil company.

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