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  • Brazil’s election contest is heating up, and the outcome will impact the energy sector. Left-leaning former President “Lula,” who leads incumbent Jair Bolsonaro, is tacking to the center and isn’t expected to tear up contracts or halt investment. But we note that incremental changes Lula might favor -- on issues like taxation, permitting or local content – could weigh on competitiveness.
JILL JUNNOLA is the Editor of Energy Compass and coordinates Mideast coverage for Energy Intelligence. Her work focuses on the shifts in energy geopolitics and the relations among major oil producers and consumers.
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