EPE publishes the Indicative LNG Terminals Plan - PITER 2021

EPE publishes the first edition of the Indicative LNG Terminals Plan (PITER 2021), which is a planning tool for the natural gas sector.

The study introduces a series of advances for this industry, such as reducing the asymmetry of information about potential LNG terminals in Brazil, contributing to the identification of opportunities in the market, aligning the expectations and needs among agents and promoting investments in LNG projects.

Access the study here.

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