Parque Eólico Camocim, no Ceará

2012

JANUARY

13 – CPFL Renováveis announces the acquisition of four wind farms in Palmares do Sul (RS).

16 – Shareholders of CCR approve the company's entrance into the airport management segment and decide for the acquisition of assets in the segment from controlling shareholders Camargo Corrêa and Andrade Gutierrez.

FEBRUARY

24 – CPFL Renováveis signs contract for the acquisition of Bons Ventos Geradora de Energia, with four wind farms operating in the state of Ceará.

MARCH

1 – Construtora Camargo Corrêa is the first company in the sector to adhere to the national commitment to improve working conditions at large worksites, as a result of the tripartite negotiations between the federal government, construction companies and labor unions.

15 – Camargo Corrêa Naval Participações, in a joint press release with Queiroz Galvão Participações e Concessões, announces the decision to exercise the option to purchase the 6% share that Samsung had at Estaleiro Atlântico Sul, in Ipojuca (PE).

26 – CPFL Renováveis concludes the acquisition of all four wind farms in Rio Grande do Sul that make up the Eólico Atlântica complex.

30 – InterCement launches a public offer for acquisition of shares (OPA) for the entire stock of Cimpor.

APRIL

4 – CCR signs contract for the acquisition of 80% of Barcas S.A., a concessionaire working on water transportation in Rio de Janeiro, for R$ 72 million.

26 – CCR, member of the Transolímpica concessionaire, signs contract with the city government of Rio de Janeiro for the construction, maintenance and operation for 35 years of the Transolímpica Express Lane, which will link downtown Rio to Jacarepaguá, one of the large investments necessary for the hosting of the 2016 Olympic Games.

MAY

17 – CPFL Renováveis starts the commercial operation of Ipê thermal power plant, fueled by sugarcane and with 25 MW capacity, in Nova Independência (SP).

JUNE

14 – Alpargatas celebrates the 50 years of Havaianas, leader on the national market and one of the best-known Brazilian brands abroad.

15 – Construtora Camargo Corrêa announces the signing of a contract to execute a project of urban and environmental requalification at Beira Mar Avenue, in Fortaleza (CE).

19 – Closing of the Public Offering of Shares (OPA) of InterCement for the entire stock of Cimpor, whose result guaranteed to InterCement the control of 94.81% of the stock of the Portuguese cement company.

19 – CPFL Renováveis concludes the acquisition of the Bons Ventos wind power plant (CE), for R$ 1.09 billion.

27 – Estaleiro Atlântico Sul, in Ipojuca (PE), signs a technical consultancy contract with IHI Marine United Inc. (IHIMU) – the offshore shipbuilding division of Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries, headquartered in Japan and controlled by Mitsui Group.

JULY

2 – CCR concludes the acquisition of 80% of Barcas S.A., the water transport concessionaire of Rio de Janeiro.

7 – The Quip shipyard, in Rio Grande (RS), concludes the mating of the P-55 platform, in an unprecedented operation in the world; the 17 thousand ton deck was lifted to the top of the hulk.

AUGUST

29 – Construtora Camargo Corrêa wins the contract for the civil works of Ituango Hydro Plant, in Colombia, worth US$ 1.071 billion.

SEPTEMBER

4 – InterCement's greenhouse gas inventory wins the Gold Seal of the Brazilian GHG Protocol Program.

OCTOBER

1 – Camargo Corrêa Group sells the shareholding interest it held in the consortium to build the Jirau Hydro Plant, to GDF Suez.

2 – Camargo Corrêa S.A. concludes the public offer for acquisition of shares of CCDI, with adhesion of over 90% of minority shareholders.

10 – Alpargatas signs contract to acquire 30% of Osklen, with an option to purchase other 30%.

19 – CPFL Renováveis acquires, for R$ 111.5 million, the power generation unit operating from the burn of sugarcane bagasse of the Ester Plant, located in Cosmópolis (SP).

NOVEMBER

27 – CPFL Energia inaugurates the Tanquinho Plant, located in Piracicaba (SP), the first power generation plant fueled by sunlight in the state of São Paulo and the largest in Brazil. The event was one of the highlights of the celebrations of the company's 100th anniversary.

DECEMBER

21 – Cimpor's Board of Directors approves the asset swap with InterCement, so as to allow for the conclusion of the acquisition of the Portuguese cement company by the Camargo Corrêa group company, which now holds 94% of the company's stock.

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