Market Talks: The longer term Petrobras contracts with distributors

Author Argus

To end injunctions that kept 2021 natural gas prices with distributors stable in six states, Petrobras is offering to maintain those prices in exchange for longer term contracts. But could this be a hindrance to increased competition?

Join Camila Dias, Argus Brazil Country Manager, and Flávia Pierry, Natural Gas and Power Editor, as they talk about the impact that those injunctions in an open market.

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(Podcast is in Portuguese)

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