Inclusion of some topics in the Assignment Manual prepared by the agency itself would be the simplest way to make the regulation more accurate.
Airports in São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, and Belém head the three blocks formed for the auction of 16 terminals. Expected investments exceed BRL 8 billion in 30 years of the concession.
Several standards have been enacted to increase requirements and oversight of dam safety.
Normative Ordinance 19/GM/MME/2021 regulates the classification of pipeline projects in the oil, natural gas, and biofuels sector and infrastructure projects for the production and processing of natural gas in the Reidi. Compare the changes between the new standard and the previous ordinances.
The need to deal with different state regulatory regimes, in addition to federal regulations, is one of various obstacles agents face.
CREG's competencies and operating rules to ensure a sufficient volume of water in the reservoirs and adequate electricity generation in Brazil.
Approval of bill represents an important step in the consolidation and modernization of the regulation of this activity in the country, brings more legal certainty and can help boost investments in the sector.
Applied methodology uses economic, financial, and transactional data to define indicators that allow a better evaluation of voluntarily registered participants, especially in relation to potential loss in their portfolios.
Brazil sees the emergence of the first local productive agglomerations aimed at the production, distribution, and export of green hydrogen. In this article, we discuss which public and private mechanisms can support and encourage the production and marketing of this fuel.
Brazil has the potential to become one of the largest producers and exporters of green hydrogen. In this article, we discuss policies and incentives that can stimulate the growth of this market in an orderly manner.
A BNDES program to restore the Brazilian historical heritage with the support of the private sector and a law that aims to boost the sale of the Federal Government's real estate promise to improve the management of more than 750 thousand federal government properties.
Although the pandemic fosters pessimism, the future of airport concessions promises to be bustling in Brazil, with a tender scheduled for July in São Paulo, federal relicitations in sight and a new round of federal concessions involving two of the country’s major airports: Santos Dumont and Congonhas.