IBP

Early departure of ANP director general commented by IBP

T&B Petroleum/Press Office IBP
16/01/2020 14:39
Visualizações: 336 (0) (0) (0) (0)

In view of the early departure of ANP Director-General Décio Oddone, IBP would like to acknowledge his significant contributions to the transformation of the oil and gas industry in Brazil in recent years and to reinforce the importance of continuing a transformation agenda for the next few years.

 

Decio's role at the head of the Agency since 2016 marked the resumption of the sector through a number of initiatives, such as the return of exploratory block auctions and the introduction of a fixed schedule of rounds - measures essential to the predictability of investments by industry.

 

It also contributed to important advances in the sector's competitiveness, such as the revision of the mandatory local content rules, the encouragement of the opening of the gas market and greater competition in refining.

 

These and other ongoing changes represent a substantial improvement in the business environment, leading to more investment, job creation, income and tax payments.

 

The scale of the changes underway in the natural gas and refining areas will require even stronger and more dynamic action by the ANP. IBP understands that it is essential to provide the agency with the human and material resources necessary to act safely and quickly in the processes, ensuring an institutional environment that can attract new investors, maintain market confidence and reinforce the growth of the O&G industry in Brazil.

 

IBP reiterates its commitment to contribute to the regulatory advances of the oil and gas industry, always based on technical, transparent criteria that stimulate competition.

Most Read Today
see see
Mature Fields
PRIO is investing in research, development, and innovati...
09/07/24
Logistics
To meet Transpetro's needs, Petrobras resumes ship contr...
09/07/24
Pipeline
Transpetro completes construction of a new section of th...
09/07/24
FIRJAN
Over R$ 636 million will be invested in Brazil across 46...
09/07/24
Ethanol
BNDES approves R$ 170.4 million for Laguna Power Plant i...
09/07/24
Agreement
Petrobras signs a Master Agreement with Yara Brasil Fert...
09/07/24
Refining
Petrobras informs on the Addendum to the Cessation Commi...
08/07/24
Pre-Salt
MODEC's FPSO Guanabara MV31 leads oil and gas production...
08/07/24
Results
Thermal power generation decreased by nearly 2% in the B...
08/07/24
Energy Summit 2024
The MIT Energy Summit promotes debate on nuclear energy.
17/06/24
Biogas
Paraná inaugurates today Brazil's first plant for the pr...
17/06/24
Business
Vallourec signs a 5-year contract to supply premium solu...
17/06/24
Macaé Energy
Macaé and the surrounding region are highlighted as a hu...
17/06/24
Partnership
Collaboration agreement between Brazil and Norway is exp...
17/06/24
Partnership
Petrobras signs a memorandum to conduct research into se...
14/06/24
WPC Energy
WPC ENERGY announces the host for its 26th Congress in 2...
10/06/24
Results
With R$ 68.2 billion in taxes, Petrobras records a 9% in...
04/06/24
Santa Catarina
SCGÁS records a 12% growth
04/06/24
Ethanol
Hydrated ethanol rises again on the USP Indicator; anhyd...
04/06/24
Pre-Salt
Platform ship Marechal Duque de Caxias arrives in Brazil...
27/05/24
People
Magda Chambriard is Elected President of Petrobras
24/05/24
VEJA MAIS
Newsletter TN

Contact us

We use cookies to ensure you have the best experience on our website. If you continue to use this site, we will assume that you agree with our Privacy Policy, terms of use and cookies.