As A.P. Møller-Mærsk (CPH: MAERSK-B) rethinks its global oil & gas business, its assets in Brazil representing separate minority stakes in the nation's offshore Campos Basin are reportedly back in play. Although neither the Wahoo nor Itaipu stakes are being actively marketed, the company has set itself a two-year sell-by-date, according to Reuters. Mærsk acquired the holdings for $2.4 billion in cash from oil refining company SK Energy after agreeing to the deal in 2010. It subsequently wrote down the business by $1.7 billion after selling part of its stake in 2014.