The electric papers have a wide variety of uses like in transformers, cables and power capacitors. Each application involves different requirements related to its mechanical and electric properties. The kraft is the dielectric paper most used due its high mechanical resistance and a dielectric strength of around 5 kV/mm that is increased up to 30 kV/mm when is impregnated with mineral oil and typically has a density of 0.7, nevertheless continuous improvements in the design, for example, of power transformers raise the need to improve its electrical properties particularly those related to its relative permittivity. In this article, structural parameters such as distribution and pore size of kraft paper and theoretical analysis for possible addition of nanofillers to improve their dielectric behavior are reported. A possible and better criterion for designing transformers can be the employment of kraft paper nano-inserted with 5% of TiO2 or BaTiO3 stew in mineral oil and immersed in natural ester liquid.