Tagged With Petrobras
Brazil on the block
14 June 2017
The coming slate of oil auctions in Brazil will give the industry its biggest crack at developing the country's crude in two decades. But nothing in Brazil comes easy
Brazil's buyers beware
17 May 2017
The country has taken steps in the right direction. But the risks are too great to ignore
Trying to right the Petrobras ship
8 March 2017
Brazil's oil major is on the course of recovery, but has a long way to go
A new dawn for Petrobras?
2 November 2016
The government-controlled oil giant is trying to change strategy - and market perceptions
Latin America takes a hit
14 October 2016
The region’s oil output continues to fall and recovery won’t be swift
Latin America’s NOCs fall from grace
28 June 2016
The state’s heavy hand will slow recovery for the region’s state firms, hurting production and new exploration for years to come
Petrobras
16 May 2016
Financial results for Petrobras
Slower, lower, weaker: Brazil under Rousseff
29 April 2016
Brasilia’s political crisis is deepening. Is there still hope for energy investors?
Rise of the slashers
24 March 2016
Latin America’s oil majors are turning to bankers to cut fat and mend desperate finances
Debts threaten Latin America’s state oil companies
3 February 2016
Petrobras, PdV and Pemex facing mounting financial pressures. Expect deep spending cuts
Anti-austerity protests hit Petrobras
18 November 2015
Brazil's oil sector is in the grip of the worst strike in decades, threatening plans to reform the sector and ease the dreaded local content law - as well as hitting output
Brazil’s 13th licensing round flops after 14% of blocks sold
15 October 2015
Brazilian oil industry suffered the worst result in a decade, with only 37 of 266 blocks awarded
Petrobras debt rating downgraded to junk status
30 September 2015
Brazil’s national oil company saw its debt rating cut to junk status 10 September by Standard & Poors
Petrobras forced to scale back spending by 41%
9 July 2015
The state oil company faces a difficult future and has been forced to rein in its ambitions, shelving field plans and cutting output forecasts
Petrobras took a $16.9bn write down on losses for 2014
6 May 2015
The long-drawn out corruption scandal at Petrobras has cost it and Brazil dearly
Beldine faces challenges at crisis struck Petrobras
12 February 2015
New chief executive, Aldemir Beldine, faces long to-do list at the corruption ridden Brazilian company
Corruption threatens Petrobras' expansion plans
25 November 2014
An unfolding corruption scandal surrounding Brazil's Petrobras has shown up the dark side of Brazil's oil boom and is now threatening to derail the national oil company's ambitious expansion plans
Turnaround as Brazil's Petrobras sees a rise in production
17 October 2014
The state oil company has seen more projects develop to increase the country's oil output
Brazil's gas prospects fade as import dependence continues
22 July 2014
Facing an increasingly costly import dependence its time the country re-thinks its strategy
Petrobras pre-salt discovery prompts cash flow fears
25 June 2014
Investors sold off shares after cost worries, making the task of producing more difficult for Petrobras
Signs of life in Vaca Muerta
10 February 2014
An end to the battle between Repsol and Argentina should spur development in one of the world's biggest shale oil plays
Optimism despite Petrobras' production decline
5 February 2014
Brazil's state-controlled flagship has, of late, been long on promise but short on return. However, its long-term outlook is increasingly bright
Latin American shale gas remains in early stages
5 December 2013
The continent’s large unconventional reserves have yet to yield any significant production
CNPC buys Petrobras' Peru business in $2.6 bn deal
14 November 2013
The deal will help the Brazilian state-owned company ease financial pressure
Age of the independents for Latin America's energy sector
12 November 2013
Brazilian firm OGX's collapse into bankruptcy highlights the risks smaller companies face in Latin America's energy sector. But, as Justin Jacobs finds out, independent players can thrive in the region
Brazil's Libra pre-salt oilfield to be developed
28 October 2013
The country's prolific pre-salt fairway enters a new era as western majors team up with Petrobras and two of China's state-owned players to tap Libra's bounty
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