Insurers told to end coverage for Brazil's oil and gas exploration
The majority of Brazil’s offshore oil and gas drilling is insured by just three companies, according to a new report, which it claims is driving “ruthless extractivism”.The Insure Our Future NGO coalition's report names Chubb, MAPFRE, and Tokio Marine as the three companies insuring Brazil’s national oil company Petrobras, which extracts nearly 93% of all the country
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