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Might Petrobras' dominance of Brazilian LNG wane?


Might Petrobras' dominance of Brazilian LNG wane?

Report summary

In Brazil's November 2014 power auction, Grupo Bolognesi won bids to provide two integrated LNG-fired power plants and regas terminals by 2019.  If developed, these would be the first LNG import terminals built in Brazil without Petrobras' involvement. Together, the integrated power plants provide a potential market for up to 12 Mcm/d (3.2 mmtpa) of LNG supply. In combination with non-power markets, the regas terminals could to provide capacity for up to 28 Mcm/d (7.5 mmtpa) of LNG imports.

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  • Executive Summary
  • Record LNG demand prompts new entrants to evaluate LNG imports
  • These projects must overcome several obstacles to be commercial
  • Building new regasification infrastructure is challenging, but new entrants are healthy for the market

In this report there are 3 tables or charts, including:

  • Executive Summary
    • Gas and hydroelectric infrastructure in Brazil
  • Record LNG demand prompts new entrants to evaluate LNG imports
    • Monthly reservoir capacity vs. gas supply (2010-2014)*
  • These projects must overcome several obstacles to be commercial
    • Regional market snapshot, 2014 v. 2025
  • Building new regasification infrastructure is challenging, but new entrants are healthy for the market
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