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Alupar Investimento SA wins two lots offered in ANEEL's auction
Alupar Investimento SA proposes FY 2015 dividend payment, share capital increase and distribution of bonus shares
Alupar Investimento SA proposes FY 2014 dividend payment
Alupar Investimento SA is a Brazil-based company primarily engaged in the electric utilities sector. The Company focuses on developing and investing in infrastructure projects involving the energy industry in Brazil and other Latin American countries. Its activities are divided into two business segments: Transmission and Generation. The Transmission division holds electric power transmission concessions in Brazil and Chile. The Generation division includes renewable electricity generation through hydroelectric power plants (HPPs), small hydroelectric plants (SHPs) and wind farms in Brazil, Colombia and Peru. The Company operates through numerous subsidiaries, such as Transminas Holding SA, Windepar Holding SA, Alupar Inversiones Peru SAC and Alupar Chile Inversiones SpA. The Company is controlled by Guarupart Participacoes Ltda.
R Gomes de Carvalho. 1996 - 16 Andar
Jose Luiz de Godoy Pereira
Chairman of the Board, Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President of Investor Relations, Chief Administrative Officer
Paulo Roberto de Godoy Pereira
Chief Executive Officer, Vice Chairman of the Board
Enio Luigi Nucci
Commercial and Technical Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Silvani Alves Pereira
Osvaldo Bruno Brasil Cavalcante
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The sale of state-owned assets is expected to drive M&A transactions and share offerings volume in Brazil in the second half of the year, bankers and investors said, after a slower-than-expected first half.
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The builders of a new power transmission line to the northern Brazilian state of Roraima have pledged to deploy 200 inspectors to reduce the environmental impact on an indigenous reservation where they will erect 250 pylons, according to an environmental assessment document...
Brazil's government is exploring the sale of assets held by a workers severance fund to raise funds for new infrastructure projects, two people with knowledge of the matter said, as part of a wider effort to unload state-controlled assets.
When Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez inaugurated a high-voltage cable providing power to neighboring Brazil in 2001, the leftist leader hailed it as a step toward regional integration that would spur development in South America.
The Brazilian government awarded licenses for companies to build and operate 6,126 km (3,829 miles) of power transmission lines, finding investors for 21 of 24 lots offered in an auction on Friday.
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