Constellation Close To 2 New Petrobras Contracts

A turnaround in the bidding process of the oil company guarantees business for two of the group's semi-submersible rigs

A turnaround in the bidding process of the oil company guarantees business for two of the group's semi-submersible…

​​Eneva: New Gas Production Station at Gavião Belo

With an estimated volume of 6.78 billion m³, the field has the potential to become the 2nd largest in the Parnaiba Basin

With an estimated volume of 6.78 billion m³, the field has the potential to become the 2nd largest in the Parnaiba…

ONS: No Risk of Rationing This Year

Nevertheless, measures to assure service should be maintained in 2022 due to continuing uncertainties

Nevertheless, measures to assure service should be maintained in 2022 due to continuing uncertainties

Dollar PPAs for Renewables

Project developers begin to structure deals with dollar-indexed contracts and external financing

Project developers begin to structure deals with dollar-indexed contracts and external financing

Shell Also Wins Cegás Tender

Company will supply natural gas to Ceará in 2022/2023 together with Potiguar E&P and Compass

Company will supply natural gas to Ceará in 2022/2023 together with Potiguar E&P and Compass

SP Extends Comgás Concession to 2049

A contract amendment also calls for the hookup of 2.3 million new customers, 41 new cities

A contract amendment also calls for the hookup of 2.3 million new customers, 41 new cities
From the Media

Oct 20, 2021 - Reuters

Brazil's government, through its Investment Partnerships Program (PPI), gave the green light on Tuesday for the privatization of Latin America's largest utility Eletrobras by floating shares to dilute the state's 61% shareholding.

Oct 20, 2021 - Bloomberg

Guyana will likely become one of South America’s top oil producers over the next four years, but the world’s newest petrostate increasingly sees gas as the bedrock for growing its domestic economy. Work will begin on constructing a major gas-fired power plant in 2022 on the expectation that a 220-km pipeline will be built, according to Peter Ramsaroop, chief executive officer of GoInvest, a Guyana government agency that encourages foreign direct investment. Financing the project is still being worked out, he said. “The start date of laying the pipe is now being finalized, but the decision has already been made,” Ramsaroop said in an interview. “Guyana must have the gas and hydropower to be able to bring a competitive economy to the point where we can depend on our own energy to deliver our goods and services.”

Oct 20, 2021 - Brytfmonline

EDP ​​- Energias de Portugal has announced the sale of a three-piece portfolio in Brazil with Actis Assessoria Investimentos for R$1,329 million, currently equivalent to about €210 million, according to the statement sent to the CVM (Securities Market Authority). The sale is made through EDP Brasil, which is 52.64% owned by EDP Portugal, and relates to a land area of ​​approximately 439 square kilometers with annual revenue of R$131 million (€20.21 million). The Company also informs that execution of this transaction is pending applicable regulatory approvals.

Oct 20, 2021 - Folha de S. Paulo - English service

Signs of a slowdown in the Chinese economy in the third quarter is bad news for countries dependent on commodities such as Brazil. Although, given the size of China, global growth should be affected as a whole, the Brazilian economy will be one of the hardest hit, with the consolidation of a scenario of weaker performance in the Asian country in the coming years.