The Brazilian Ministry of Mines and Energy (MME), Energy Research Office (EPE) and International Energy Agency (IEA) invite you to the webinar:
Road Freight in Brazil: Driving forward with efficiency
The webinar will be held in English on Thursday 28 October at 11:00-12:15 (Brasilia, UTC-3) / 16:00-17:15 (Paris, UTC+2) via Zoom from the IEA’s headquarters in Paris, France.
The Covid-19 pandemic had a considerable impact on Brazilian oil and gas demand, affecting investments in the sector. However, the economy has been recovering, with demand coming very close to its previous peaks, even with air transport and mobility still lagging.
Energy efficiency is a critical tool to cut carbon emissions and air pollution in the transport sector. And also fundamental for energy security. The objective of this publication is to present an analysis of the road freight sector in Brazil and internationally, with a particular focus on advancements in energy efficiency and alternative fuel use.
The Brazilian fuel market has been recovering gradually in recent months, remaining above pre-pandemic levels in June and July. Diesel and gasoline registered the main increases.
The Brazilian fuel market has been recovering gradually, although it remains under high levels of uncertainty related to the covid-19 pandemic.
The Covid-19 pandemic impacted the demand for fuels, including biofuels. Sugar and biodiesel production records. Growth of corn ethanol production. Start of CBIO sales and important actions for RenovaBio.
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