Rio de Janeiro
5th-7th April 2022
Here’s what happened in the last edition
19th-20th MAY 2021
IN-VR, organised the Brazil Oil, Gas & Energy Online Summit, under the full endorsement of ANP, and Apex-Brazil. For two days, over 400 professionals gathered together to listen to Brazil's latest opportunities by ANP, ApexBrazil, IOCs and key service providers. Two days filled with networking opportunities and the latest upstream, midstream, and renewable developments in the country, together with brand new energy transition projects.
“Brazil has a lot of opportunities in every sector of the oil and gas industry [...] there is a lot of urgency for opportunities. It is happening right now, we expect a lot of investment coming into Brazil. If you are interested in entering the country, the time is now.”
Rodolfo Henrique De Saboia, General Director, ANP
International Oil Companies
Hours of content
Who attended the online Brazil Summit?
Brazil Online Highlights
E&P in Numbers
of Brazil’s total oil production is coming from Pre-salt fields, with 122 wells producing 22,636 boe/d.
Post-salt offshore production amounts for
2,443 boe/d. 22%
of total production, with 343 wells producing.
Onshore has a lot of potential of exploration and production opportunities, making
of Brazil’s current production and rising.
new onshore companies have been created since 2016, acquiring more than 90 thousand sq. km of blocks in total since 2017.
Renewable Energy & Power
Brazil is very well-positioned for energy transition, with renewable energy covering
of its energy matrix, and national emissions lower than the global average.
Petrobras’ oil and gas production is very environmentally friendly, increasing more than
within the last decade, but maintaining no increase in total emissions, with the company aiming to reduce its absolute operating emissions by 25% within this decade.
Brazil has a very safe increasing demand for renewable energy, with
of its vehicle matrix fueled by renewables, and an adaptable power infrastructure.
of power generation comes from private power generation, expected to reach 60% by 2030 thanks to the 2018 Free Market reforms.