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    Title: 90年代以來巴西能源發展之研究
    Other Titles: A study of Brazilian energy development since 1990s
    Authors: 蔡文哲;Tsai, Wen-che
    Contributors: 淡江大學拉丁美洲研究所碩士班
    熊建成;Hui, Juan-hung
    Keywords: 巴西;能源;再生能源;石油;天然氣;酒精;生質燃料;Brazil;Energy;renewable energy;Oil;Natural Gas;Ethanol;Biofuel
    Date: 2007
    Issue Date: 2010-01-10 23:48:05 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 能源是現代生活的基本要件,也是經濟發展的關鍵性因素。現今無論世界強國還是開發中國家,其政策皆受到能源因素強烈的影響。拉丁美洲地區是各種能源蘊藏量豐富的地區,巴西身為金磚四國之一,加上巴西一直是拉丁美洲研究的重要指標,因此筆者選擇巴西做為研究主體。


    Energy is not only basic element for modern life, but also key factor for economic development. No matter developed or developing country, its policy is strongly influenced by energy factor. There are abundant energy reserves in Latin America, and Brazil plays an important role in this area. According to those reasons, my thesis is focused on Brazilian energy development.

    Brazil riches in energy resources, especially water power, biomass energy and petroleum. For a long time, Brazilian government adopted discriminatory treatment for foreign capital in order to protect national industries. However, since 1990s, in order to reinforce economic structure and improve industrial competition, Brazilian government opened energy market. In recent years, the prices of energy and raw material get higher. When countries all over the world are worried about energy shortage and global warming, Brazil announces that its petroleum reaches self-sufficiency, and develops alcohol fuel that can substitute gasoline.

    The thesis analyzes the actual Brazilian energy development from three dimensions, that is, the course of petroleum to self-sufficiency, the impact to Brazil after the nationalization of Bolivian petroleum and natural gas, and the development of ethanol in Brazil.
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