Argentina Pitches Pipeline to Brazil for Vaca Muerta Shale Gas

BRASILIA (Reuters) — Argentina is making a new push to pitch the building of a multibillion-dollar gas pipeline from its Vaca Muerta shale gas reserves to Brazil, and is seeking financing for the project, a source at the Argentine embassy said on Monday. Argentina's new envoy in Brasilia, Daniel Scioli has proposed advancing the project in meetings with Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro and his Mines and Energy Minister Bento Albuquerque. "We are at the exploratory stage. Both governments want to go ahead with the project," the diplomat said by telephone. "There have already been some contacts with investors," he added, requesting anonymity. A video conference between Albuquerque and his A

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