Work on Peru’s giant Gasoducto Sur Peruano pipeline – which is at a standstill but were being carried out by a consortium of Brazil’s Odebrecht, Spain’s Enagas and local company Graña y Montero – will be transferred to Peru’s government in coming months for a new bidding process, according to local press.
“It [had not been] handed over yet due to disputes between members of the consortium, which we hope will be solved soon,” said Cayetana Aljovín, the Peruvian minister of energy and mines. Lima...
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