Published 9 March 2023
Brazilian Policies and Regulations in the Offshore Energy Generation Chain: Implications for Short and Mid-term Investments
This paper will show that the Brazilian offshore energy industry is in a phase of full development, with the federal government investing in the deployment of new legal frameworks and regulations aiming to promote competition among investors and enhance transparency while reducing political and regulatory risks. The goal is to create an inviting business environment for entrepreneurs and to make investing more attractive, thereby facilitating an energy matrix more diversified and less carbon-intensive.
The article has been added to the OGEL 5 (2022) Special Issue on Offshore Energy Investments and Activities - Lessons Learned from the Energy Activities in the Gulf of Mexico Region as a Guide for Accelerating and Financing Energy Activities in the Atlantic Region during the Energy Addition and is available here www.ogel.org/article.asp?key=4052 (sign in to download)