João Montenegro

Reporter  in BNamericas

Born and raised in Rio de Janeiro, João Montenegro has been covering Brazil's energy sector since 2009. João has a bachelor degree in journalism from Rio de Janeiro's Federal University (UFRJ) and a post-graduate degree in oil and gas from the same institution.

292 articles written by João Montenegro:

Outlook 2018: A challenging year for Brazil's electric power sector

Monday, January 8, 2018

Brazil's electric power sector is facing a challenging year ahead as the country's federal government strives to conclude Eletrobras' privatization process while advancing n...

2018 Outlook: Brazil oil and gas production expected to remain steady

Thursday, January 4, 2018

Brazil's oil and gas industry has another busy year ahead, with three new licensing rounds scheduled and eight new offshore production units coming online. The country will, ho...

Operator series: Eletrobras expecting greater revenues after privatization

Wednesday, January 3, 2018

Responsible for a third of power generation in Brazil, Eletrobras is experiencing a key moment in its 55-year existence as the federal government works to privatize the state-run holding com...

2017: The beginning of a transition phase for Brazil's power sector

Friday, December 29, 2017

The year 2017 may be remembered as the beginning of a transition phase for the Brazilian electric power sector as it saw significant moves by the federal government to attract new investment and antic...

How Brazil's Petrobras is tackling wrongdoings, João Adalberto Elek Junior, Petrobras' governance and compliance director

Monday, January 22, 2018

In early 2015 Brazil's Petrobras created a governance and compliance office in the wake of the Lava Jato (Car Wash) corruption probe to mitigate further wrongdoings. Nearing the end of his fir...