The effects that attacks on Saudi Arabian refineries caused in the Brazilian economy will be discussed by Petrobras directors and national petroleum agency (ANP), at a public hearing at the Commission on Infrastructure (CI), scheduled for Tuesday (29) at 9am.
It is known that the attack resulted in a 5% reduction in volume offered oil worldwide. Given this, the request of Senator Marcos Rogério (DEM-RO), which gave rise to the hearing, asks for more information on the economic consequences of attacks on Saudi oil facilities and ways to reduce these impacts on the Brazilian economy.
Aurélio Amaral, director of the National Petroleum Agency, Gas Natural and Biofuels (ANP) and Cláudio Rogério Linassi Mastella, Petrobras executive will be present at the meeting. The public will also be able to participate in the hearing through the Senate Hello and e-citizenship.ACESSE AS REDES DA PANORAMA OFFSHORE: