Market Talks: Changes in Brazil’s clean fuel demand after the pandemic

Author Argus

New post-pandemic consumption habits could bring a significant impact on urban mobility and transportation, potentially reshaping clean fuels’ demand in Brazil in the coming years.

How will this affect market fundamentals and the production of clean fuels and other oil products?

In this week's episode of Market Talks, Amance Boutin, Editor of the Argus Brazil Motor Fuels report, and Heloisa Borges Esteves, Oil, Gas and Biofuels Research Director at Brazil’s Energy Research Company (EPE), analyze changes occurring in the country’s fuel demand.

(Podcast is in Portuguese)


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