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Petrobras: what now?

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Rafael Herzberg- is an independent energy consultant, self-employed (since 2018) based in São Paulo, Brazil* Focus on C level, VPs and upper managers associated to energy related info, analysis...

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Petrobras: what now?

Subliminally, the Federal Government created the expectation that changing the company 's CEO would facilitate and expedite a new attitude in relation to the prices of oil derivatives in Brazil.

The objective would be to "hold" prices, decoupling them from the international market.

But what is observed is a situation without successful chances. Petrobras has rules based on decisions made by its Board and Officers, which aim to protect the company, generate results, and maintain the supply of its products in line with the market's demand.

The increase in prices announced on this last Friday would not be a surprise since the agreed conduct is the same for the past years.

But even so, there is a theater attacking the company, coming from all sides, including those of all the presidential candidates and their parties. To win the sympathy of voters.

But after all, who is responsible for the company's strategies? The answer is simple but the general public is not even interested in the answer!

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