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Learn more about the 56 new projects presented at the 3rd Board Meeting

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04 de setembro de 2017

Learn more about the 56 new projects presented at the 3rd Board Meeting

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The PPI, the Brazilian Federal Government’s concession program, created in May 2016, has yielded good results. Of the 89 successful ventures in the first two Meetings of the Board, 49 have already been completed (comprising auctions and renewals). In the current circumstance, this accounts for 55% of the total in the 13 months of the Program. The estimated investments agreed in the auctions, so far, exceeds the milestones R$23 billion. Regarding the grants, the deliveries have already totaled R$6 billion.

There is still plenty of work for the second half of this year. The team, composed of experts in the fields of infrastructure, engineering, law and economics, for example, has the role of supporting regulatory agencies and partner Ministries in expediting processes and facilitating the progress of each project. Auctions and tender notices are scheduled for 2017, being expected to move even more the economy of Brazil. More than leverage investments: the commitment is for the generation of jobs and income.

Third Board Meeting – On August 23, another 56 new ventures were presented. The projects are in the fields of transportation, energy, oil & gas, and others – such as Lotex. Estimated investments total R$44 billion. In terms of grants, alone, the Federal Government expects to raise more than R$40 billion.

Learn more about the new projects:

Airport sector – A total of 14 new terminals accounted, in 2016, for 19% of the country’s passenger traffic. Studies will indicate whether airports will be tendered in blocks or separately. That agreement terms are estimated to reach 30 years. Soon, those responsible for carrying out the studies to assess the feasibility of the privatization and the best model to be adopted will be appointed. The auctions are expected to take place by the third quarter of 2018.

They are:

Eurico de Aguiar Salles Airport, in the Municipality of Vitória (ES);
Macaé Airport, in the Municipality of Macaé (RJ);
Gilberto Freyre Airport, in the Municipality of Recife (PE);
Orlando Bezerra de Menezes Airport, in the Municipality of Juazeiro do Norte (CE);
Presidente Castro Pinto Airport, in the Municipality of João Pessoa – Bayeux (PB);
Presidente João Suassuna Airport, in the Municipality of Campina Grande (PB);
Santa Maria Airport, in the Municipality of Aracaju (SE);
Zumbi dos Palmares Airport, in the Municipality of Maceio – Rio Largo (AL);
Marechal Rondon International Airport, in the Municipality of Várzea Grande (MT);
Rondonópolis Airport, in the Municipality of Rondonópolis (MT);
Presidente João Batista Figueiredo Airport, in the Municipality of Sinop (MT);
Piloto Oswaldo Marques Dias Airport, in the Municipality of Alta Floresta (MT);
Barra do Garças Airport, in the Municipality of Barra do Garças (MT);
- An equity sale of Infraero in the concessionaires of: Brasília, Galeão, and Guarulhos.

Port sector – There will be 16 ports. Together, the investments exceed the R$2 billion mark and join other initiatives for attracting investments to the sector. A key step in improving the business environment in Brazil and solving bottlenecks in the port infrastructure was Decree 9,048, signed in May by the President. The document provides for the optimization of authorization processes for private investments in public ports and private use terminals by establishing simplified process flows and improving the flexibility of guarantees.

They are:

3 Miramar LPG terminals at the Port of Belém: MIR 01, BEL 05 and BEL 06;
5 Liquid Bulk Terminals in the Port of Belém: BEL 02A, BEL 02B, BEL 04, BEL 08, and BEL 09;
1 Liquid Bulk Terminal in Vila do Conde: VDC 12;
3 grain terminals in Paranaguá: PAR07, PAR08, and PARXX;
1 Liquid Bulk Terminal in Vitória, ES;
1 early renewal of the Fertilizer Terminal at the Port of Itaqui, MA;
1 investment authorization at the Agrovia do Nordeste Terminal in Porto Suape, PE;
1 privatization of CODESA.

Road Sector – Two railways were qualified at the Third Board Meeting. The concessions will improve the provision of the service to users/travelers, with safer, well-lit routes.

They are:

BR-153 GO/TO – The BR-153 is the main connection of the Mid-North region of Brazil (states of Tocantins, Maranhão, Pará, and Amapá) with the geo-economic region of the Center-South region of the country. Due to this fact, and in addition to the large flow of vehicles, BR-153 is currently considered one of the main roads for national integration.

BR-364 RO/MT – The proposal for granting of BR-/RO/MT includes the stretch between the junction with BR-174 (A) in Comodoro, MT and Porto Velho, RO (Ulisses Guimarães access road). The highway has access to the port of Porto Velho, RO, where grain flows from the northwestern state of Mato Grosso to the Madeira River waterway. The segment in question already has a high volume of traffic, and is expected to become a bottleneck with the expansion of agribusiness, as well as being the only road connection from Porto Velho and the State of Acre to other regions of Brazil.

Hydropower sector – The Jaguara Hydropower Plant, located in the municipality of Rifânia, state of Minas Gerais, it will be subject to concession for a period of 30 years. Investments for HPP Jaguara aimed at operation and maintenance (O&M) total R$38.66 million per year, while investments in improvements total R$49.32 million per year, resulting in a total minimum investment amount (O&M + improvements) of R$87.98 million per year.

Energy sector – The auction of the 11 transmission line lots will generate approximately R$9 billion in investments and will include the North, Northeast, Southeast and South regions, with approximately 4,919 km of transmission lines and 10,416 megavolt-amperes (AMM) in expansion of the capacity of the transmission facilities. The implementation of the project seeks to ensure that electricity supply occurs efficiently, at the lowest possible price for the Brazilian regions. The transmission lines allow, for example, the best use of the hydropower reservoirs and electricity generated by wind and solar power plants, thus increasing the quality of the service offered.

Oil & gas sector – Four rounds will be taking place in this sector. They are:

3rd Round under the Production Sharing regime in the Pre-Salt area;
15th Round of Blocks for Exploration and Production;
5th Round of the Bidding process of mature land fields;
4th Round of Blocks under the Production Sharing Regime.

Other projects:

–         Privatization of CASEMG;
–         Privatization of CEASAMINAS;
–         PPP of the COMAER Integrated Communications Network;
–         Privatization of the Brazilian Mint;
–         Lotex;
–         Eletrobras.

Source: PPI

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