The oil bill, the one that shows the difference between export and the import of oil and derivatives in Brazil, reached US$ 6.496 billion in the first half, according to the National Petroleum Agency, Natural Gas and Biofuels. The information is from journalist Lauro Jardim (O Globe).
The figure represents a 14% jump over the same period in 2019, which reached $5.693 billion. More than that, this result is due to the good export performance of the commodity in the country. If the trend continues in the second half of this year, it is known that by the end of 2020, Brazil will record a new record: the previous one was in 2018, when it reached US$ 9.655 billion.ACESSE AS REDES DA PANORAMA OFFSHORE: