SBM Refurbishes the GranEnergia UMS

Dutch group will perform maintenance campaign in FPSOs of the portfolio, using a large-sized unit for the first time

Dutch group will perform maintenance campaign in FPSOs of the portfolio, using a large-sized unit for the first…

Ipiranga Close to 100% of Betim Pool

It will consolidate the distributor's ownership and performance in the complex

It will consolidate the distributor's ownership and performance in the complex

Valaris DS-4 on Location

Drillship is undergoing final acceptance tests to drill in BM-S-11

Drillship is undergoing final acceptance tests to drill in BM-S-11

Senate Approves Project that Lowers Fuel Prices

Limits the ICMS tax on fuels, electricity, telecommunications and public transportation services to 17%

Limits the ICMS tax on fuels, electricity, telecommunications and public transportation services to 17%

BNDES Finances Construction of Four Biomass Plants

Project will substitute diesel-powered thermal plants and avoid the emission of 2.8 million tons of greenhouse gases

Project will substitute diesel-powered thermal plants and avoid the emission of 2.8 million tons of greenhouse…

Rio Grande do Norte Approves Gas Exploitation Rules

Bill 371/21 depends on the governor's signature, is considered an important milestone to bolster the sector

Bill 371/21 depends on the governor's signature, is considered an important milestone to bolster the sector
From the Media

Jul 01, 2022 - Petroleum Economist

Colombia’s shift to the left with the election of President Gustavo Petro could signal the beginning of the end of the country’s oil and gas sector. Before the election, the former guerrilla fighter pledged to terminate all new upstream exploration and future bidding rounds—echoing Mexico’s leftist president Andres Lopez Obrador, who quickly halted fresh licensing rounds upon taking office—instead refocusing government efforts on accelerating the energy transition. Petro has long been a critic of Colombia’s dependence on the fossil fuel sector, and notably appointed environmental activist Francia Marquez as his vice-president.

Jul 01, 2022 - PV Magazine

Arctech, a leading tracking, racking, and BIPV solutions provider, announced the signing of a project portfolio in Brazil, the 168MW SkyLine Project with Mori Energia, the Distributed Generation arm of Comerc Energia, showcasing the company’s dedication to deepening the market penetration in Brazil and expanding its footprint in Latam region and beyond. “Brazil market is the rising star in global solar markets with its booming DG projects and CG tenders. With the new signings, Arctech will expedite its journey towards the 1 GW milestone in Brazil.” said Jesse Lau, VP of Global Business and Services at Arctech.

Jul 01, 2022 - Newsroom.gy

Guyana is viewed as one of the world’s newest oil hotspots because of prolific discoveries offshore but even so, Consultant Geologist, Fazal Hosein, believes that the country should also search for oil and gas resources inland. Hosein, who was one of the technical presenters at Suriname’s oil and gas summit on Thursday, explained that Guyana and Suriname share a geological space that contains bountiful oil and gas resources. And Hosein acknowledged that there have already been significant oil finds offshore Guyana and Suriname in recent years. These oil and gas resources have been found in the Guyana-Suriname basin, an area located beyond the northern coast of the two countries.

Jul 01, 2022 - Biofuel Digest

In Brazil, hydrous ethanol’s competitiveness against gasoline was already falling in May but with the cuts in various taxes that came into force this week and last, hydrous ethanol has become even less competitive. Ethanol prices are expected to fall in response to gasoline’s enhanced competitiveness. In the Southeast region, for example, the ethanol price ratio against gasoline fell to 64.48% last week when ethanol is typically viewed as a better deal when it is above 70%.

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