SAO PAULO, Oct 31 (Reuters) - Brazil's state oil company Petrobras has reduced natural gas deliveries to distributors Comgas and CEG and CEG-Rio, to meet supply contracts with thermoelectric plants, the company said late Tuesday. Petrobras said that reduced deliveries to the Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro state distributors would still meet the minimum supply levels defined in their contracts, which the distributors had surpassed for over a year. Petrobras signed in May an accord with ...
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