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Digicel’s undersea fiber optic cable, Deep Blue One, is now in service

eyesonbrasil Digicel Group has commissioned its undersea fiber optic cable, Deep Blue One. This significant investment in international submarine capacity will greatly improve connectivity in the Caribbean and South America, particularly for French Guiana, Suriname, Guyana and Trinidad & Tobago, Digicel announced in a press release. Digicel’s advanced fiber optic network will provide seamless connectivity…
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Guyana to contract 3D seismic study to support offshore exploration, future bid rounds

eyesonbrasil Guyana plans to contract a survey to gather data in support of offshore exploration and future bid rounds. The Ministry of Natural Resources published a June 5 request for expressions of interest from “reputable and experienced” firms to conduct a 3D multi-client seismic survey offshore Guyana. The new notice said the objective of the…
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Ponte de ferro Lajeado a Arroio do Meio

A Bridge to the Future: Private Initiative in the Reconstruction of Rio Grande do Sul

Entrepreneurship Beyond Bureaucracy eyesonbrasil In the heart of the Taquari Valley, an example of determination and vision for the future emerges from the waters of the Taquari River. Businessman Roberto Lucchese, director of the construction company Lyall, has taken it upon himself to rebuild the bridge that connects Lajeado to Arroio do Meio. This action…
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Brazil Energy Minister commends Guyana for oil sector investments

Brazil Energy Minister commends Guyana for oil sector investments

eyesonbrasil Brazil’s Minister of Mines and Energy, Alexandre Silveira, commended Guyana for how well it has attracted investment in its oil sector, a June 3 report by CNN Brazil said. “Guyana has advanced very quickly in this geological region [the Equatorial Margin], which it shares with Brazil. This demonstrates unequivocally that Guyana has merit in…
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Agreement reached between Staatsolie and Total Energies

Agreement reached between Staatsolie and Total Energies

Economic Development Suriname may take off eyesonsuriname Amsterdam, June 5th 2024– According to TotalEnergies, an agreement was concluded between Staatsolie NV of Suriname and the French Oil and Gas company on the field development area, maximizing the value for Suriname and the Block 58 co-venturers over the 25 years Production Period. In addition, the hull for…
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Greening Hope: The Amendment That Could Revitalize Rio Grande do Sul

eyesonbrasil A Tax Relief for Farmers Congresswoman Carla Zambelli’s proposal to exempt ICMS on domestic rice is a breath of hope for farmers in Rio Grande do Sul. By reducing the tax burden, it is hoped that producers will be able to invest more in their crops, improving the quality and quantity of production. This…
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Resilience and Hope: The Journey of the Gauchos After the Floods

eyesonbrasil The Impact of the Waters The recent floods in Rio Grande do Sul have left a trail of challenges for many gauchos. With the water rising rapidly, many properties have been severely affected, leading to an unprecedented emergency situation. Relentless nature has shown its strength, but it has also revealed the resilience of the…
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Ernst Götsch’s Syntropic Farming:

A Green Revolution for Brazil’s Agribusiness eyesonbrasil 1. Introduction Ernst Götsch, a Swiss farmer and researcher, has pioneered a groundbreaking approach to agriculture known as syntropic farming. His farm, Fazenda Olhos D’Água, located in Piraí do Norte, Bahia, Brazil, serves as a living testament to the power of regenerative practices. Let’s delve into the principles…
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You’ll Never Guess Who Really, Really Won the Champions League

By Rory Smith LONDON — Vinícius Junior was grinning, laughing even, long before Real Madrid had anything very much to smile about. His team had, for more than an hour, seemed to be teetering on the brink of not just defeat but something worse: an embarrassment, a humiliation, and possibly the most unlikely defeat in…
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The Sustainable Future of the Brazilian Economy:

Four Key Points eyesonbrasil The search for a sustainable future is a global priority, and Brazil is not immune to this challenge. The study conducted by Wagner Faria de Oliveira, from PUC in Rio de Janeiro, on sustainable land use in Brazil offers valuable insights for shaping our economy in a more conscious and resilient…
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