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Country summary: Brazil
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Brazil - recent news
|23 Mar 23
||Brazil: Scatec makes first drawdown under non-recourse loan facility for Mendubim solar project in Brazil
Scatec has made the first drawdown under a USD 243 million non-recourse loan facility, to partly finance construction of the 531 MW Mendubim project in Brazil. Construction of the Mendubim solar power plant is continuing with high activity and according to plan, and the overall progress has reached 34 percent.
|20 Mar 23
||Brazil: PXGEO awarded 3D OBN project in Brazil
PXGEO has secured a contract with the Sépia Consortium for a 3D ocean bottom node (OBN) survey in the Santos Basin, Brazil.
|16 Mar 23
||Brazil: BW Energy to close its Golfinho transactions with Petrobras
BW Energy has been informed that the work related to the Golfinho transactions can be restarted. BW Energy will now continue to prepare for the closing of its acquisition of a 100% operated working interest in the Golfinho and Camarupim Clusters and 65% WI in the BM-ES-23 block from Petrobras, as well as taking over the FPSO Cidade de Vitoria from Saipem.
|15 Mar 23
||Brazil: Karoon achieves first production from Patola at rates above expectations
Karoon has advised that the PAT-2 well, one of two new production wells drilled into the Patola field in the BM-S-40 production license in Brazil came onstream on 15 March 2023 at a rate of 12,000 – 14,000 bopd.
|14 Mar 23
||Brazil: Petrobras provides update on the Bahia Terra Cluster divestment
Petrobras informs that the divestment process of the Bahia Terra Cluster is in the negotiation phase with the consortium of companies Petroreconcavo and Eneva, and no decision has been taken by the Executive Board and the Board of Directors concerning these assets.
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