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Country summary: Brazil
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Brazil - recent news
|12 Sep 19
||Brazil: GeoPark awarded four new exploration blocks in Brazil
GeoPark has announced the expansion of its portfolio with four new exploration blocks in the Reconcavo and Potiguar basins in Brazil. GeoPark was preliminarily awarded the REC-T-58, REC-T-67, REC-T-77 and POT-T-834 blocks in the first cycle of the Permanent Offer held by Brazil’s ANP.
|11 Sep 19
||Brazil: Petro-Victory Energy awarded 16 new oil concessions in Brazil
Petro-Victory Energy has announced that following successful participation and bidding in the ANP Permanent Offer Round 1 held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on September 10 2019, the Company has been awarded 16 new oil concessions in the oil prolific Potiguar Basin of Brazil.
|10 Sep 19
||Brazil: Weatherford signs USD 87 million contract with Petrobras
Weatherford International has announced the signing of an USD 87 million contract for fishing and intervention services with Petrobras. The four-year agreement represents the largest fishing contract ever signed by Weatherford.
|04 Sep 19
||Brazil: Petrobras oil and gas production reaches record high in August
Petrobras reports that in August its total oil and gas production, including natural gas liquids (NGL), was 3 million barrels of oil equivalent per day (boed), with daily production achieving 3.1 million boed, both reaching record high.
|03 Sep 19
||Brazil: Petrobras announces start of binding phase for the sale of shallow water E&P assets in the Campos Basin
Petrobras reports the beginning of the binding phase to sell all of its operated working interest in 11 producing shallow waters fields located in the Campos Basin. The fields, which are jointly called the Garoupa Cluster, had average production in the last 12 months of about 19,600 boe/day.
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