With the privatist wave spreading through the oil and natural gas sector, the Brazilian oil blocks and state-owned state continue to be leased by the private sector with the resumption of the Destization Plan, initiated by the management of the previous government and now still wins more force in the current government. These privatizations can strongly impact onshore and offshore markets.
Among the main effects are the absence of state intervention in fuel prices as to the cost generated by the consumer's final pocket, leaving responsibility in the hands of the privately held, widely profitable, where capital is the greater good.
Another questioning that hangs is related to maintenance public procurement and the permanence of outsourced officials in the State. Brazilian public companies are responsible for generating jobs millions of workers, and since the expansion of the economic crisis, this reality is under threat of becoming a past that Brazil has already been part of a Day.
The guidelines that will define the path of the sectors onshore and offshore, despite the uncertainties, the expectation is that the market exceeds the investment margin and grows fairly economically and socially, generating profit, jobs and development, according to the government's economic team and financial institutions.ACESSE AS REDES DA PANORAMA OFFSHORE: