Brazilian government approves creation of sustainable and low carbon fuels program

The "Fuel of the Future" program will also seek incentives for operators in the oil and gas sector to invest research and development resources in the aspects proposed by the program.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The National Energy Policy Council (CNPE) approved on Tuesday, April 20, a resolution that creates the Fuel of the Future program, which aims to expand the use of sustainable and low-carbon-intensity fuels in the country, the Ministry of Mines and Energy said in a statement.

According to the Ministry, the program provides for the integration of public policies related to the automotive and fuel sectors, including initiatives such as RenovaBio, the National Program for Biodiesel Production and Use, and the Rota 2030 program.

"The program will provide the increase in the use of sustainable . . .

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