U.S. Majors Skip Top Brazil Oil Find as Chinese CompetePeter Millard
U.S.-based oil companies are passing on the chance to bid for Brazil’s biggest crude discovery while state-run producers from China, India and Malaysia prepare to compete in an Oct. 21 auction.
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