The coordinator of the Climate and Society Institute Roberto Kishinami confirms that the new president of Petrobras Jean Paul Prates “has touched essential points”, such as the energy transition.
In interview with CNN Radiothe specialist affirmed that there is a “good expectation” for the management of Prates in front of the state.
According to Kishinami, Brazil is favored to a certain extent by the invasion of Ukraine by Russia, not that it says respect to natural gas.
“Brazil does not have the same dependence on gas as Europe and has better investment alternatives, more lucrative, from renewable sources”, he explained.
In this way, “it is a differential for Brazil in relation to other parts of the world.”
Kishinami reforçou that, diante dese quadro, “the investment in renewable sources would have a higher return.”
“In function disso, Prates is right when he considers this type of investment as preferential for the future, to build in a balanced way”, he completed.
The specialist sees a “double path” that Brazil will have to follow.
At the same time that internationally, the demand for oil will continue for the next decade and Brazil will have to continue exporting, or the country, internally, renewable energy sources “with the best investment opportunities.”
“I need an adequate policy for both paths”, he concluded.
*With production of Isabel Campos
Source: CNN Espanol