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Brazil's energy sector 'needs a revolution'
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Brazil's energy sector 'needs a revolution'

A new pro-market approach and steps to reduce the country's dependence on hydropower are vital to reinvigorate Brazil's flagging power industry, Xisto Vieira Filho, president of the Abraget thermoelectric generators association, tells BNamericas.

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Brazilian hydrocarbon output falls
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Brazilian hydrocarbon output falls

Lula field in the offshore Campos basin was the highest crude oil producer in March, with 426,000b/d, followed by Roncador (281,000b/d) and Sapinhoá (221,000b/d), according to the latest figures from the mining and energy ministry.