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PPI in numbers: check the balance

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16 de outubro de 2017

PPI in numbers: check the balance

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In just over a year of Investment Partnerships Program (PPI), 37% of the projects are already concluded from a total of 145 eligible ventures through the PPI Board Council Meetings. By now 54 assets were sold in auction - including renewals, early extensions and Celg D (Goiás) privatization. The estimated investments firmed in the public sales exceed R$ 30 billion. With regard to the grants of R$ 24 billion. Check the numbers!


 

  • 1st Meeting of the Council of the PPI

September 13, 2016
34 qualified projects
16 concluded projects (R$ 18.5 billion in investments)
18 projects in progress (R$ 34.5 billion for investments)
• To be concluded within this year:
2nd Round Under Sharing Regime
 

  • 2nd Meeting of the Council of the PPI

March 7, 2017
55 qualified projects
37 concluded (R$ 13 billion in investments)
18 in progress (R$ 43 billion in investments)
• To be concluded within this year:
Convict / PA
Nitport
Nitshore
Decal
Caramuru

  • 3rd Meeting of the Council of the PPI

August 23, 2017
57 projects
1 concluded (R$ 1.4 billion in investments)
56 in progress (R$ 28 billion provided in investments)
• To be concluded within this year:
11 Lots of Transmission Facilities
3rd Round under the Production Sharing Regime in the Pre-Salt Area


 Total: 145 projects

54 concluded (public sales and renewals);
37% of the total portfolio of PPI in 15 months;
Around R$ 33 billion in investments;
Around R$ 24 billion in grants.
By the end of this year, 18 more projects concluded.


 Conclusion per meeting:

1st Meeting: 47% (16 concluded projects from 34)
2nd Meeting: 67% (37 concluded projects from 55)
3rd Meeting: 2% (1 concluded project from 56)


 New bid notices:

By the end of this year, 21 projects will have bid notices published.

Source: PPI

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