Will Brazil's Oil Gambit Backfire?
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Energy investors need to pay close attention to a fascinating story out of Brazil. The Brazilian government is seeking $11 billion in damages from Chevron and Transocean due to a relatively tiny oil spill. There are long reaching ramifications from this anti-oil stance, including oil majors deciding to back away from investment in this energy-rich region. Is Chevron a buy with this overhanging issue?
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