Eneva is an integrated energy company, operating mainly on three important fronts:
Private natural gas operator, with onshore gas fields in the Parnaíba (Maranhão) and Amazonas and other E&P assets in the Paraná and Solimões basins.
Operational assets in energy generation total 4.6 GW, delivering energy to Brazilian electrical system in a safe and competitive format
Operating in the free energy market and in the natural gas market, providing complete energy solutions in a competitive way for our clients.
Eneva is a pioneer in the R2W (Reservoir-to-Wire) integrated business model, operating from natural gas exploration to power generation and the commercialization of gas and energy. The performance in the entire value chain gives Eneva a growth platform to capture a wide variety of opportunities in strategic areas in the energy sector.
Take a look at how the company operates the R2W model in two different ways.
TPPs located near gas production units, connected by their own pipelines.
Gas liquefaction and LNG transportation by road to UTE Jaguatirica II, in Roraima, and to industry in Maranhão.
Exploration & Production
The Company has a current production capacity of 9 MM m³ of gas per day, being 8.4 MM m³ per day in the Parnaíba Basin and
0.6 MM m³ per day in the Amazonas Basin.
Eneva has concession contracts for hydrocarbon exploration and production in more than 64,000 km² in four onshore sedimentary basins (Parnaíba, Amazonas, Solimões, and Paraná), which are at different exploratory stages.
In the Parnaíba Basin, Eneva started production in 2010 and currently operates 10 natural gas fields. The Company has natural gas reserves and gas and oil resources certified by independent companies.
As of December 31, 2021:
- 29.45 bcm of gas reserves (2P)
- 2.13 bcm of contingent resources (P50) of gas
- 0.88 MM bbl oil contingent resources (P50)
In the Amazonas Basin, Eneva started the commercial operation of the Azulão Field in 2022. Additionally, it has areas adjacent to the Field with discoveries of hydrocarbon accumulations. The Company has also certified reserves and resources of natural gas, condensate and oil in the region, with an independent company
On April 30, 2022:
- 14.8 bcm of reserves (2P) of gas
- 4.7 MM bbl of reserves (2P) of condensate
- 5.4 bcm of contingent resources (P50) of gas
- 4.0 MM bbl condensate contingent resources (P50)
- 7.0 MM bbl oil contingent resources (P50)
In the Solimões Basin, the Company is the concessionaire for the Juruá area, where contingent volumes of natural gas have been certified.
As of December 31, 2021:
- 20,9 bcm of contingent resources (P50)
In the Paraná Basin, the Company holds 4 exploration blocks, in consortium with Enauta Energia S.A. (70% participation by Eneva and 30% by Enauta).
The blocks are located in the states of Mato Grosso do Sul and Goiás.”
Natural Gas: the transition fuel that offers flexibility, security, and contributes to the tariff modicity and to a more renewable national energy matrix
Natural gas plays a fundamental role in the transition to a cleaner energy matrix, being less polluting and offering a more competitive cost to final consumers, among the other fossil sources. In addition, it is used to support the growth of renewable sources, which are intermittent and need the flexible generation that thermal plants provide to guarantee the security of the system’s supply.
In this way, Eneva has an active participation in Brazil’s energy transition, with the activities of exploration and production of natural gas and the generation of electricity from this fuel, always seeking to act with maximum efficiency and pursuing the best practices to reduce emissions in its operations.
Currently, the Company has an operational generation park of 4.6 GW, comprising 10 thermoelectric plants, located in the North and Northeast regions of the country. The total installed capacity will reach 5.3 GW by the end of 2022 and 6.3 GW by 2026, with the start-up of 3 new thermoelectric plants and 1 solar plant.
UTE Jaguatirica II
UTE Jaguatirica III
UTE Jaguatirica IIII
The Company released, for the third consecutive year, its Sustainability Report, reporting on its operational, economic and socio-environmental performance for the year 2022. Focused on transparency and the quality of the information provided, the document was prepared in accordance with the standards and indicators of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) and the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) and, for the first time, was audited by a third party.Learn More
At Eneva, we work for a more sustainable tomorrow. We are prepared to go beyond, seeking clean and stable energy solutions for all. We want to lead the energy transition in a fair and inclusive manner, contributing to the development of the municipalities where we operate, reducing emissions, and investing more and more in the conservation of the Legal Amazon. Our commitment is to tomorrow. It is with this energy that we are generating value for society and building a better tomorrow for all.