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    Petrobras (PETR4): In the worst case scenario, the stock could plummet to R$20

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    In this report, even more extreme conservative assumptions include the Petrobras expanding its efforts to
    energy transition (Image: Bloomberg)

    O Bradesco BBI set a pessimistic scenario for the Petrobras (PETR3;PETR4) with possible changes in the political cycle in Brazil.

    “Given the uncertainties of Brazil’s political cycle, we are introducing a new ‘3.0’ scenario of more extreme assumptions after talking recently with energy sector advisors from some of the opposition parties running in the presidential elections”, he says.

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    In this report, even more extreme conservative assumptions include the Petrobras expanding its efforts to
    energy transition and potentially trying to repurchase the vibrate (VBBR3).

    “In terms of energy transition, one of the initial ideas we heard includes a merger between Petrobras and electrobras (ELET3), recently privatized, as well as Petrobras’ investment in offshore wind farms”, he says.

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    Analysts assume a leveraged buyout of all ON shares in ELET for $34 billion, in accordance with poison pill rules (protection mechanisms for minority shareholders of publicly traded companies against attempted takeovers by another investor), and investments in offshore wind farms for $15 billion.

    In this way, its net debt would expand closer to $70 billion at the end of 4 years (net debt/EBITDA from 0.7x to 1.4x) from $42 billion.

    “As a result, the actions of Petrobras they would need to drop to around BRL 20/share for the company’s EV to remain unchanged; close to $150 billion, as it has been for the past 8 years,” he says.

    Bradesco considers 50% of this scenario to happen.

    What if nothing changes?

    Analysts view the company’s cash flow Petrobras during the next term of the Brazilian government (2023-26) being resilient to movements that do not necessarily add value.

    “Under “status quo” assumptions and under a more conservative “2.0” scenario, we believe that the company’s deleveraging would continue even assuming fuel prices below parity and the resumption of some refining projects”, he adds.

    This scenario has 50% to happen, according to analysts.

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