Petrobras puts more fields offshore Brazil up for sale

The Garoupa Cluster in the Campos basin comprises the Anequim, Bagre, Cherne, Congro, Corvina, Malhado, Namorado, Parati, Garoupa, Garoupinha and Viola fields.
The Garoupa Cluster in the Campos basin comprises the Anequim, Bagre, Cherne, Congro, Corvina, Malhado, Namorado, Parati, Garoupa, Garoupinha and Viola fields.
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Offshore staff

RIO DE JANEIROPetrobras has agreed to sell its entire interest in the Macau Cluster of offshore and onshore fields in the Potiguar basin to Brazil’s SPE 3R Petroleum for $191.1 million.

Current cumulative oil and gas production from the fields is around 5,800 boe/d.

The transaction, which remains subject to approval by Brazil’s National Agency of Petroleum, Natural Gas and Biofuels (ANP), is part of Petrobras’ divestment process.

In addition, the company has initiated the opportunity disclosure stage (teaser) to sell its 100% operated interest in 11 producing shallow waters fields in the Campos basin, including the production facilities and pipelines to Barra do Furado.

The Garoupa Cluster comprises the Anequim, Bagre, Cherne, Congro, Corvina, Malhado, Namorado, Parati, Garoupa, Garoupinha and Viola fields.

Over the past year, average production has been around 19,600 boe/d. 

More information at https://investidorpetrobras.com.br/en/resultados-e-comunicados/teasers.

08/12/2019

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