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2017-11-29 09:35:00

BRAZIL IN MOVEMENT

BRAZIL IN MOVEMENT

 

OGJTotal SA announced Nov. 27 that the Petroleo Brasileiro SA (Petrobras)-led Libra consortium has brought production on stream in ultradeep waters 180 km offshore Rio de Janeiro in Brazil's presalt Santos basin.

Petrobras operates Libra and holds 40% interest in an international consortium. Partners are Total 20%, Royal Dutch Shell PLC 20%, CNOOC Ltd. 10%, and China National Petroleum Corp 10%.

The Pioneiro de Libra floating production, storage, and offloading unit has a capacity of 50,000 bbl. Initial production will generate revenue while enabling technical data to be collected to optimize the subsequent development phases.

Total Exploration & Production Pres. Arnaud Breuillac said Libra fits into Total's strategy of highly competitive projects with low break-even points. Libra, discovered in May 2010, is estimated to contain 8-12 boe of reserves below a 2-km salt layer.

Petrobras says Libra reservoirs have 27° gravity oil and are expected to have excellent productivity.

The Libra development awaits an investment decision regarding whether to finalize plans for the Libra 1 FPSO with a capacity of 150,000 b/d. Partners expect other production units of similar capacity will be financed in future years to develop the field's full potential.

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 STATOIL'S RENEWABLE INVESTMENT
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Statoil ASA (OSE:STL, NYSE:STO) and Petróleo Brasileiro S.A. - Petrobras (“Petrobras”) (BVMF: PETR4, NYSE:PBR) have agreed that Statoil will acquire Petrobras’ 66% operated interest of the BM-S-8 offshore licence in Brazil’s highly prolific Santos basin. The acquisition includes a substantial part of the Carcará oil discovery, one of the largest discoveries in the world in recent years.

 

 PETROBRAS SELLS $6.75 BLN
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State-controlled Petróleo Brasileiro SA raised $6.75 billion on Tuesday from a sale of five- and 10-year dollar-denominated bonds, in a closely watched return to global debt markets after the suspension of Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff.

 

Tags: BRAZIL, OIL, LIBRA, TOTAL, SHELL, CNOOC, CNPC

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