RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Ecuador hopes to resume oil transportation in 17 days on the country's largest state-owned pipeline, which was damaged by an erosion process in a region of the Amazon.
Ecuador's Energy Minister Juan Carlos Bermeo said in an interview with a local radio station that one of the measures to solve the problem is "quite advanced" and that the expectation is that operations will resume in 17 days.
"That's our commitment because every day that goes by is a problem for the country," he said. As a result of the shutdown of the . . .