By Ben Tavener, Senior Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Petrobras will put six new oil platforms into operation in 2013, Brazil’s semi-public oil giant has announced, adding around 840,000 barrels of oil daily to the company’s current output capacity. It has also announced that gasoline prices will be increased in the new year, with the company emphasizing it was selling at less than world-market prices.
Petrobras President Maria de Graças Foster said in an interview with O Globo newspaper that output and third-party production would increase “considerably” with the gradual introduction of . . .