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Edifício sede da Petrobras na Avenida Chile, centro da cidade.

Petrobras to sell stakes in five energy firms

The stakes are in Brasympe Energia S.A., Energética Suape II S.A., Termoelétrica Potiguar S.A. (TEP), Companhia Energética Manauara S.A. (CEM), and Brentech Energia S.A.
O presidente Jair Bolsonaro fala à Imprensa e os indios da da etinia Matuxi da Raposa Serra do Sol , Irisnaide de SouzaJonas  e Marcolino de Souza  no Palácio da Alvorada

Bolsonaro: $27 bi to be spared after cut in benchmark interest

President Jair Bolsonaro said today (Dec. 20) that the reduction in Brazil’s benchmark interest rate, the Selic, will result in $27 billion in public coffers being spared.

Novo diretor-geral brasileiro da Itaipu Binacional, General Joaquim Silva e Luna, discursa durante cerimônia de posse.

Brazil director of Itaipu believes deal with Paraguay to be inked soon

Representatives from Brazil and Paraguay are holding talks to tackle the impasse arising from the lack of a contract on the purchase of energy from Itaipu by Ande—Paraguay’s state-controlled National Electricity Administration—and Eletrobras.

A  Diretora do Departamento de América do Sul do Ministério das Relações Exteriores, Embaixadora Eugenia Barthelmess, concede entrevistá à Agência Brasil

Ambassador believes in compromise between Brazil, Paraguay over Itaipu

Over-50-year-old hydroelectric dam Itaipu Binacional—the world’s largest energy producer—is facing a deadlock stemming from the lack of a contract on the purchase of energy by Paraguay’s state-controlled energy firm National Electricity Administration (Ande) and Brazil’s utili


Brazil imports energy from Uruguay, Argentina

The intense heat assailing Rio de Janeiro in the first weeks of January, coupled with the problems facing  transmission lines led Brazil to import electric energy from Uruguay and Argentina on an emergency basis, in order to increase its internal reserves available.