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Know what are the energy projects of Jair Bolsonaro and Fernando Haddad in the 2nd round

9 October 2018 to 11: 16
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Bolsonaro Haddad energy project

The differences between the two candidates are not limited to Petrobras, there are other strategic sectors in the energy sector that Jair Bolsonaro and Fernando Haddad have projects

Jair Bolsonaro and Fernando Haddad will decide in the second round who will be the next president of Brazil and when we think of projects for the energy and employability sector, the first subject that our minds refer to is the issue of Petrobras, especially the controversial subject of privatization. Few know, but the two candidates have many other projects, mainly for the oil and renewable energy sector. Despite having different profiles (check here which ones they are), EPBR compared their proposals in the table below. We recommend that you read the following article on the Desktop, as the table is not responsive or simply turn your Smartphone horizontally to see all the text elements.

See below a comparative table of programs for the energy area

Proposal Jair Bolsonaro Fernando Haddad
Petrobras We must promote competition in the oil and gas sector, benefiting the
consumers. To do so, Petrobras must sell a substantial portion of its refining, retail, transportation and other activities where it has market power.
The Haddad government will return to Petrobras its role as a strategic agent for Brazilian development, guaranteeing it as a vertical oil company – operating in exploration, production, transport, refining, distribution and resale of fuels – and as an integrated energy company, present
in the field of oil and biofuels, electricity, fertilizers, natural gas and, above all,
petrochemicals. Special attention will be given to the expansion of the refining park, especially ending the current idleness of Petrobras' refineries, so that the supply of oil derivatives throughout the national territory is guaranteed. The ongoing sale of the company's strategic assets will be interrupted, while the local content policy will be resumed and improved.
Petrobras Pricing Policy Prices practiced by Petrobras should follow international markets, but short-term fluctuations should be smoothed with appropriate hedging mechanisms. Petrobras' fuel pricing policy will be reoriented. The Brazilian market is open to imports, but that does not mean that the oil withdrawn in Brazil, transported and refined here, at a much lower cost than the international one, is sold to Brazilians according to the New Petrobras Price Policy of the Temer government, the PPI (International Price Parity), enormously more expensive than the national product. This change aims to ensure a stable and affordable price for fuels.
Local content The bureaucratic demand for local content reduces productivity and efficiency, and has led to corruption. Furthermore. there was no positive impact for the domestic industry in the long term. So it will be necessary to gradually remove local content requirements. Employment in local industry will grow in activities where there are advantages
comparisons or competitiveness. Thus, the Brazilian shipbuilding industry will be compelled to invest and achieve higher levels of productivity
Petrobras must be strengthened, the sharing regime in the pre-salt area must be maintained, as well as the local content policy. The industrial policy requires a strong infrastructure that integrates and articulates the country's regions, as well as the large-scale production of energy from clean sources, since the country has a high potential.
oil auctions No informations We will stop privatizations and the sale of public assets, essential to our project of being a sovereign Nation and inducing development, and we will take immediate initiatives to recover the wealth of the pre-salt layer, the sharing system and the investment capacity of Petrobras and other companies in the state
Divestments by Petrobras Petrobras is likely to sell a substantial portion of its capacity to
refining, retail, transportation and other activities where it has market power
The ongoing sale of the company's strategic assets will be interrupted, while the local content policy will be resumed and improved.
Natural gas To increase the
importance of Natural Gas in the sector, it is important to end Petrobras' monopoly over the entire fuel production chain, through:. Unbundling and privatization of the natural gas sector.
• Free access and sharing of transport pipelines.
• Independence from natural gas distributors and transporters, and should not be linked to the
interests of a single company.
• Creation of a natural gas wholesale market.
• Incentive to non-conventional exploration, which can be practiced by small producers.
Gas is a product that cannot be missing from families' homes. The Haddad government will create the Gas at a Fair Price Program, which will ensure that the price of gas fits into families' pockets so that everyone can cook and eat with dignity and safety again.
Renewable Although we believe that the new model will be beneficial for Brazil as a whole, we believe that the Northeast will be one of the most benefited regions. With sun, wind and manpower, the Northeast can become the basis of a new clean, renewable and democratic energy matrix. Expanding not only energy production, but the entire production chain related to it: production, installation and maintenance of photovoltaic panels; partnership with local universities for the development of new technologies; emergence or installation of other industries that are intensive in the use of electricity, etc. The changes will have the goal of zeroing GHG emissions in the Brazilian electricity matrix by 2050. The goal of installing photovoltaic kits in 500 homes per year will also be pursued. Micro and mini-generation of renewable energy will be driven by the sale of surplus energy generated by
residential, commercial and industrial.
electric sector We will transform the electricity sector, from the current situation of generalized judicialization and low investor confidence, into one of the main vectors of growth and development in Brazil. The supply of energy needs to be reliable, at fair and internationally competitive prices, in addition to generating opportunities for small entrepreneurs and creating hundreds of thousands of jobs The government will invest in improving the energy model, guided by the following guidelines (1) the resumption of public control, interrupting privatizations; (2) matrix diversification
electricity, directing investments to expand generation with renewable energies (solar, wind and biomass); (3) fair rates; and (4) social participation. Eletrobras will resume its strategic role in the Brazilian energy system, contributing to the expansion of energy generation and transmission in the country

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