Funding the Brazil Oil Supply Chain

Funding the Brazil Oil Supply Chain

Brazil Bonds Economy & Policy Corporate & Sovereign Strategy

by Ben MillerPetrobras has clearly telegraphed that it needs more than $250 billion to exploit pre-salt oil deposits over the next five years, and investors appear keen to participate. Less clear is how to secure funds for the legion of engineers, manufacturers and service providers supporting the projected oil boom. There are more than 5,000 companies of all sizes serving and supplying Petrobras, according to Marcilio Miranda, a consultant at the Brazilian state oil producer. Together, they will need about $40 billion in capital per year during the next five years, he says. Miranda oversees a program to assist suppliers through transactions using the Fundos de Investimento em Direitos C

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