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Brazilian Economy Overview DEREX Department of Trade and Foreign Affairs Roberto Gianne7 da Fonseca Head Director Thomaz Zano*o VP, Superior Council of Trade and Foreign Affairs Director of Trade and Foreign Affairs


DEREX | Department of Trade and Foreign Affairs1. The Brazilian Economy . 2. The State of São Paulo 3. Oil & Gas 4. FIESP: How We Can Help


DEREX | Department of Trade and Foreign Affairs30 million people have emerged to medium class in four years Economic Classes Evolution (% of population and millions of people)8%1311%2016% 31A / B Class37%6650%9556%113C Class27%4724%4420%40D Class28%4915%298%16E Class200320092014Source: CPS/FGV Development: FIESP Forecast: CPS/FGV. Last effecFve data: 2009


DEREX | Department of Trade and Foreign AffairsThe Demographic Bonus 1980 2000 80% of thepopulation willbe economicallyactive in thecoming years,accessing goodsand services2020 2050 Source:IBGE


DEREX | Department of Trade and Foreign AffairsConsistent expansion of Foreign Direct Investment and InternaQonal Reserves. FDI into Brazil increased 119% from 2009 to 2011. USD mn350,000300,000250,000200,000150,000100,00050,0000Investment Inflow International ReservesForeign Direct Investment2008 2009 2010 2011USD mn80,00070,00060,00050,00040,00030,00020,000Source: BCB Development: FIESP


DEREX | Department of Trade and Foreign AffairsSão Paulo CompeQQve Advantages Largest Consumer Market in LATAM Environmental Responsibility Social Development São Paulo CompeFFve Advantages Largest Brazilian Investor in R&D Skilled Workforce World-­‐class Infrastructure


DEREX | Department of Trade and Foreign AffairsSão Paulo Highlights • 1 st largest cargo airport in LaFn America • 1 st largest producer of sugar cane ethanol in the world • 4 th largest stock exchange in the world (BM&FBOVESPA) • 3 rd largest producer of aircraY in the world • 48% of domesFc producFon of vehicles • Capital: third largest metropolis in the world • Agribusiness: Orange – 53% of juice world producFon Sugar – 23 million tons/year Beef – US$ 2.18 billion in exports


DEREX | Department of Trade and Foreign AffairsOne of The Most Important Economic Regions in the World Rank Region Country GDP (PPP) US$ Billion 1 California USA 1.897 2 Texas USA 1.205 3 New York USA 1.157 4 Guangdong China 1.156 5 Jiansu China 1.040 6 Shandong China 1.001 7 Tokyo Japan 767 8 Florida USA 746 9 São Paulo Brazil 715 10 Zhejiang China 692 Source: InternaFonal Monetary Fund – esFmaFve for the year 2010 PPP: Purchasing Power Parity


DEREX | Department of Trade and Foreign AffairsHigh Quality Infrastructure • 19 out of the 20 best highways in Brazil • Largest port in LaFn America (Santos) • 2,400 km of waterways • 5,400 km of railways • 6,000 km of gas pipeline • Around 50 million air passengers per year And it is ge*ng be,er... Investment in public transport (trains and subway) São Paulo Highway Ring Expansion of the ports of Santos and São SebasOão Expansion and modernizaOon of 30 regional airports


DEREX | Department of Trade and Foreign AffairsR&D / InnovaQon More than 13% of the São Paulo State revenue is used in high quality educaQon, research and development. The State also hosts federal universiQes and research insQtuQons. Fundação de Amparo àPesquisa Científica eTecnológica (Fapesp)3 universities amongthe ones that mostdevelop scientificresearch in BrazilUS$ 616 millionannual budgetUSP, Unicampand Unesp19 research institutesIPTinternationalrecognition30 initiatives ofTechnological ParksAll overthe state


DEREX | Department of Trade and Foreign AffairsPre-­‐Salt: The Santos Basin Petrobras 2012-­‐2016 Planned Investments US$ 236,5 billion 95% in Brazil


DEREX | Department of Trade and Foreign Affairs 3. Oil & Gas 4. FIESP: How We Can Help


DEREX | Department of Trade and Foreign AffairsOpportuniQes for the Oil & Gas Supply Chain in the State of São Paulo The participation of the O&G sector in the Brazilian GDP willdouble by 2020, from 10% to 20% of GDPThe State of Sao Paulo represents 32% of Brazilian GDP60% of all Brazilan industries are located in Sao PauloSao Paulo provides 60% of all goods and services to the O&GIndustry


DEREX | Department of Trade and Foreign AffairsOpportuniQes in the Oil & Gas Supply Chain Petrochemicals Mechanical Eq. Iron and Steel Metallurgy Operator LogisQcs Support Integrators Energy Chain Drivers Other Related Industries Suppliers Source: ONIP Related Sectors


DEREX | Department of Trade and Foreign AffairsOpportuniQes for InternaQonal Companies: Supply of Goods and Services DomesFc Supply Capacity Growth Import • Encourage foreign companies to set up in Brazil • Encourage parterships between Brazilian and foreign companies OpportunitiesforInternationalCompaniesImport • Encourage new naFonal suppliers from other sectors NaFonal Industry • Increase compeFFveness in medium-­‐compeFFveness sectors • Increase capacity in high compeFFveness sectors OpportuniQes for Brazilian Companies Current Demand Future Demand (next years)


DEREX | Department of Trade and Foreign AffairsOne of the Few Countries That Combines Large Reserves and InsQtuQonal Stability Reserves could increase 4-­‐7x with the pre-­‐salt Brazil is one of the most stable countries among the 10 largest reserves 9 Impact of pre-saltreserves in Brazil23 * Reservations for basins designed by ANP not grantedSource: HIS, BP statistical review, ANP, Economist


DEREX | Department of Trade and Foreign AffairsPetrobras Demand for New Vessels New Vessels CriQcal Resources Current SituaQon Future SituaQon (cumulaQve values) unFl 2013 unFl 2016 unFl 2020 LDA drilling rigs above 2,000 m 5 26 31 53 Support and special boats 254 465 491 504 ProducFon plalorms e FPSO 41 53 63 84 Others (jacket e TLWP) 79 81 83 85 26 contracted rigs, 28 more to be built unQl 2020 Source: Petrobras


DEREX | Department of Trade and Foreign AffairsMain Projects’ Equipment Procurement Item unit Total Wet Christmas trees un 700 Wellheads un 700 Flexible ducts km 4,000 Manifolds un 35 Pipes t 42,000 Umbilical km 2,500 Dry Christmas trees un 1,700 Land wellheads un 1,700 Item unit Total Filters Un 500 Burners (flares) Un 235 HeaFng ovens Un 210 Reactors Un 450 Oil and water separators Un 50 Storage tanks Un 3,500 Towers Un 600 Generators Un 600 Item Unit Total Source: Petrobras Pumps un 19,200 Compressors un 3,400 Tower cranes un 2,000 Cranes un 260 CombusFon engines un 1,200 Turbines un 600 Steel plates t 2,000,000


DEREX | Department of Trade and Foreign AffairsExpected Demand Due to Pre-­‐Salt Discoveries Sectors Present Status Expected addiQonal demand Reservoir data 4 seismic ships in Brazilian waters nowadays 1 to 6 addiFonal seismic ships during next 5 years Drilling contracts 47 drilling plalorms, 8 Petrobras owned included 27 addiFonal ships under contract already 28 addiFonal ships will be contracted Drilling services and associated goods Well compleFon and servicing N/A N/A Expected growth demand proporFonal to plalorms in acFvity naFonwide (7% to 12% yearly) Expected growth demand proporFonal to plalorms in acFvity naFonwide (7% to 12% yearly) Infrastructure 110 Petrobras owned producFon plalorms operaFng nowadays 10 producFon plalorms already contracted by Petrobras; 26 producFon plalorms to pre-­‐salt new discoveries ProducFon and maintenance LogisFcal support DeacFvaFon Source: Petrobras N/A about 100 helicopters approximately 210 support vessels 7 deacFvaFon units between 1970 and 2000 increased demand is not known, since it depends on the development plans; are preliminary esFmates of ~ 4000 Christmas trees and 7200 m umbilical addiFonal by 2015 doubling of demand for air support services unFl 2010 146 addiFonal support vessels N/A


DEREX | Department of Trade and Foreign Affairs4. FIESP: How We Can Help


DEREX | Department of Trade and Foreign AffairsFIESP – The FederaQon of Industries of the State of São Paulo FIESP • 132 industrial trade associaFons • RepresenFng 150,000 companies • Present in main ciFes -­‐ 645 GovernmentSocietyIndustry SENAI -­‐ NaFonal Service of Industrial ApprenFceship • Professional and technical educaFon • 91 Schools • 70 Mobile schools • Over 870,000 students FIESP HEAD QUARTER SAO PAULO CITY


DEREX | Department of Trade and Foreign AffairsInveste SP: The Investment PromoQon Agency for the State of São Paulo Investment Outreach • IdenFficaFon of sectors and companies with investment potenFal Investment Projects • Technical support to investors: site locaOon, taxes, infrastructure and more! • Contact with public and private insFtuFons aiming at investment facilitaFon InsQtuQonal AcQviQes • RecepFon of foreign delegaFons and organizaFon of internaFonal missions • Support and guidance to municipal governments SPAcQons for the PromoQon of CompeQQveness • Labor training, TaxaFon, InnovaFon, Infrastructure and Licensing • Study and proposal of public policies PromoQon of the image of the State of Sao Paulo


DEREX | Department of Trade and Foreign AffairsInveste SP Supports All the Stages of an Investment Porject Project needs Site selecFon Site visit Environmental, infrastructure and tax procedures Announcement Groundbreaking and construcFon Opening Asercare


DEREX | Department of Trade and Foreign AffairsThank you! Thomaz Zanoto Vice President of the Superior Council of Trade and Foreign Affairs Director of Trade and Foreign Affairs P: +55 11 3549 4532 cderex@fiesp.org.br

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