The Indicative Natural Gas Processing and Outflow Plan (“PIPE” for its acronym in Portuguese) presents the planned and indicative outflow gas pipelines and NGPPs. This study shows projects, on an indicative basis, that may be implemented in the coming years in the country.
RIO DE JANEIRO – The Covid-19 pandemic marked the year 2020, leading to a significant volatility in oil demand, supply and prices. The fight against the virus and ensuing economic crisis led to calls for recovery-programs to be directed towards a less carbon-intensive economy, with the fight against global warming at the background. This would inevitably lead to a peak in oil demand in the near-term and lower oil prices for the foreseeable future.
In 2020 the first "Atlas of Energy Efficiency in Brazil - Indicators Report" was published - with analysis up to the year 2018. This document updates and complements, in a more condensed way, the first report with data up to the year 2019.
The study makes a brief analysis of the characteristics of renewable biofuels for the Diesel cycle (esters and hydrocarbons), evaluating possibilities for diversification and expansion of the renewable portion of diesel B. In addition, it covers aspects of vehicle emissions, also addressing international experiences, and points out the challenges and opportunities of its use for national supply.
The acceleration of Covid-19 cases in Brazil since March has had a strong impact on the economy and on the circulation of people and goods.
Where do the new transmission facilities come from? How are they chosen? What are the big numbers of the next auction? How did Covid-19 impacted the transmission market?
To answer these and other questions, EPE prepared the "Fact sheet: Transmission Auction N° 01/2020, Expansion Planning Point of View", check it out!
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