Transparency minister Fabiano Martins Silveira is the second cabinet member of the Temer administration to resign after being taped criticizing the corruption investigation surrounding Petrobras contracts.
Brazil's senate has started debating the impeachment of suspended president Dilma Rousseff in relation to the 'pedaladas fiscais', but what does this "creative accounting" entail and how is it affecting infrastructure? Lawyer Rogerio Emilio Andrade sheds some light.
Building base load power plants that use liquified natural gas (LNG) would allow depleted hydroelectric reservoirs in the country to recover, Xisto Vieira Filho, president of Brazil's association of thermoelectric generators, tells BNamericas.
Agua Negra will be the first cross-border connection to go through the Andes.
Steve Hanson of Canadian-Mexican hydrocarbons JV Tonalli Energia talks to BNamericas about opportunities in Mexico's oil and gas sector and the importance of teaming up with a local player before taking the plunge.
Gold and silver miners are accelerating drilling at existing assets and acquiring new exploration targets following the recent improvement in metals prices.
Mining and energy minister Fernando Coelho Filho arguably faces the most daunting task of anyone in interim president Michel Temer's new cabinet.
MVNOs survive in mature markets because there is significantly more competition, so more companies are trying to offer niche experiences to their customer base, but what about developing markets?
The general perception is that the end of MiniCom is an indication that the segment has lost importance under the interim government.
While the private sector controls nearly 7% of the waterworks services market in Brazil, its participation should increase, according to Roberto Muniz, the president of water and sewerage concessionaires association Abcon.
Consultant Sylvie D' Apote talks to BNamericas about the impact in Brazil of newly issued rules governing gas swaps and third-party access to pipelines.
Two leading executives from Brazil's metals and mining sectors, Codelco's Marcos André Gonçalves and Votorantim's Jones Belther, explain their views to BNamericas about the main issues affecting exploration and investments.
The Brazilian development bank wants the local mineral chain to be among the world's best.
BNamericas spoke to a local banking expert about the impact on the economy and financial system from the massive earthquake that struck the Andean nation on April 16.