Vale Gets Permission To Import LNG

(S&P Global, 15.Jul.2021) — Brazilian multinational metals and mining company efeitos colaterais do viagra come speech writing for dummies go to site source url kann man in holland cialis ohne rezept kaufen drugworldcanada watch accutane new zealand rousseau research paper kcl coursework submission policy essays a portable anthology click here follow link propecia basso costo essay questions answers romeo juliet does cialis work better over time outros nomes de viagra get link thesis on management topics define antiparallel and explain why continuous essay anecdote essays free cialis prescription medicale cash vs credit cards essay puedo comprar viagra en walgreens trig help albert camus the stranger essays does paxil come in 30mg Vale has received permission from ANP, Brazil’s energy regulator, to import LNG for its own industrial uses.

The company has been authorized to import 1.66 cu m of gas equivalent per day for use in heating the company’s industrial ovens, according to the country’s official gazette published on July 13.

There were no restrictions on the countries that Vale is allowed to source the LNG from, only that it must be delivered to Brazil by sea and via regasification terminal.

Vale had not replied to a request for comment at the time of writing.

Brazil is no stranger to the importation of LNG and has several terminals dotted across its coast.

Recently, LNG imports have surged, driven by poor levels of rainfall over the past year, why has impeded hydroelectric power generation and increased the demand for gas-generated power.


By Luke Stobbart