Country Industry Forecast - The Brazilian Energy Industry

 


This report on the energy industry of Brazil covers the economic importance of the industry, its structure, and segments from 1998 to 2007. The energy supply segment covered in the report includes domestic energy production and energy trade in primary energy sources such as coal, petroleum, natural gas, renewable energy, and nuclear power. The energy end-user segments analyzed are residential, commercial, industrial, and transportation. The base year for this report is 2003 and the forecast period is from 2004 to 2007. The forecasts are based on the prevailing conditions in Brazil that are subject to change in the future

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Country Industry Forecast - The Brazilian Energy Industry, Executive SummarySummaryIntroductionFindingsCountry Industry Forecast - The Brazilian Energy Industry, IntroductionScope & DefinitionsScopeDefinitions and MeasurementsIndustry Overview & StructureEconomic ImportanceCompetitive StructureCountry Industry Forecast - The Brazilian Energy Industry, Country Industry EnvironmentCountry BackgroundPolitical SituationBusiness PolicyEconomic AnalysisIndustry Drivers and RestraintsIndustry DriversIndustry Restraints and BarriersCountry Industry Forecast - The Brazilian Energy Industry, Country Industry Trends and ForecastsGlobal and Regional Industry TrendsGlobal TrendsRegional TrendsIndustry Trends and ForecastsDomestic Energy ProductionExport and ImportDomestic Energy MarketsCountry Industry Forecast - The Brazilian Energy Industry, Country Industry AnalysisIndustry Attractiveness AnalysisFactors Determining the Competitiveness of the IndustryIndustry Analysis




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