Top Energy Facts Brazil

Rosie Seldon from NRG Expert, the energy market research company analyses countries with huge potential for energy investment and energy growth. This week NRG Expert reveal the top 3 countries to watch. For all the in-depth data you require on these countries visit

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Brazil has overtaken the UK economy to be the sixth largest in the world, growing 2.7% last year compared to the UK’s growth of 0.8%. Brazil’s population of 190 million compared to the UK’s 60 million should mean energy production and consumption will increase as the country develops.

Top Energy Facts Brazil

  • Ultra-deep offshore Brazilian oil discoveries make Brazil the largest and most significant new oil and gas prospect of the last few decades.[3]
  • Producing 2.3 million barrels of oil daily, Brazilian oil is attracting lots of interest and a host of new energy investors.[2]
  • 2.8 million barrels of oil are produced, Including biofuels, Brazilian oil is ranking 9th in the world production rankings.[2]
  • Brazil is looking at increasing the percentage of ethanol in vehicle fuel by 25% in line with increased sugar cane production.[1]
  • Brazil has initiated huge investments in wind power, adding 32GW to the renewable energy grid within 5 years.[4]


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NRG Expert is a London and Toronto based energy intelligence and market research publisher. NRG Expert provides up to date information and analysis on worldwide energy markets, including electricity, natural gas, oil, coal, nuclear, renewable energy, biofuels, water and waste, and all elements of energy infrastructure. Providing data on energy investments across 200 countries including biofuels and Brazilian oil, as well as other top energy facts.


[1] source: Bloomberg, [2] source: Total Asset, [3] source: Alternative Investor, [4] Source: invezz




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