On April 27 our team held a webinar in partnership with TMX to discuss 2022 opportunities in Brazil’s energy sector. Opportunities are now surging on a variety of fronts:
- Brazil has increased oil production by 10% to replace the deficit caused by economic sanctions on Russia
- Brazil’s congress has also approved the sale of Eletrobras, the largest public utility in Latin America
- Investors are also capitalizing on Brazil’s biomethane and distributed generation incentives
For this webinar, a distinguished panel of speakers joined Arthur Deakin, codirector of AMI’s energy practice, to discuss these opportunities and the risks/challenges associated with them. These speakers include:
- Ricardo Szlejf, Managing Director–Infrastructure, CPP Investment Board
- Guilherme Arantes, Director of the Electrical Sector, The Brazilian Development Bank (BNDES)
- Rupert Merer, Managing Director, Sustainable Infrastructure and Cleantech, National Bank Financial
Corey Ruttan, President & CEO, Alvopetro
- David Chelich, Head, Business Development, Global Energy and Diversified Industries, TMX Group
The event opened with a detailed analysis that I provided that included:
- A breakdown of overall impact of higher energy prices in Brazil and 11 other key Latin American energy markets
- Projections for Brazil’s oil and gas production from now through 2031
- Projections for micro and mini distributed installed capacity in Brazil through 2031
- Main causes for continued growth in installed capacity
- Current and possible future investments and mergers as a result of Brazil’s market liberalization
- Estimated investments in Brazil’s energy matrix through 2031
And much more. After my analysis, the webinar featured a detailed Q&A session with the panelists covering specific opportunities.
Scroll down below to view the webinar video.
Click here to download the presentation made during the webinar itself.
Contact us to find out more about how our energy team can provide you with market intelligence to further evaluate investment opportunities in Brazil’s energy market, including market overviews, political and other types of risk, local partner research for due diligence, and much more.