A meeting between Latin American oil producers to unify the region in backing an output freeze or other measures to bolster prices has been postponed from Friday due to scheduling difficulties, Ecuador’s oil minister said. The gathering was expected to come ahead of a possible meeting of OPEC and non-OPEC producers in Russia later this month, but the minister said it would be unlikely until around month-end. “One of the problems is that the agendas of the ministers are very complicated,” oil minister Carlos Pareja told Reuters late on Wednesday. “I think it could be the end of March or early April.” Friday’s meeting in Quito was to involve the region’s main exporters Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador and Mexico. It was the first significant sign that […]