Energy Report

January 2007
Latin America Monitor: Brazil Monitor;Jan2007, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p6
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The article presents information on the energy industry in Brazil. The country is the 10th largest consumer of energy in the world and the biggest in the Latin American region. The country had end-2005 proven oil reserves of 11.8 billion barrels and ranked third in the region behind Mexico and Venezuela, based on the June 2006 BP Statistical Review of World Energy.


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