Month: April 2021

Putting the Environment First

Environmental activism related to the petroleum industry in Brazil is consistently growing stronger, making it more important than ever to operate in harmony with the environment and society. Contrary to what some might think, Brazil has stringent and prescriptive regulation for sectors with the potential to generate adverse impacts on the environment. Brazilian environmental law can

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Satellite Oil Slick Identification as a Fundamental Tool to Lower Exploration Risk in the Unexplored Outboard Areas of Offshore Brazil

Natural oil seeps and seepage slicks have historically provided invaluable information to oil explorers in frontier deep and ultra-deep-water areas for the assessment of leased and/or open acreage exploration areas. Foremost, they are considered a direct hydrocarbon indicator for the presence of active petroleum systems in areas that have not

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The Future of Exploration in Brazil Lies in the Permanent Offer

Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the global petroleum industry has changed dramatically. Although things have started to stabilize, one of the biggest shocks to the industry was obviously last year’s huge oil price crash, which forever changed oil companies, service providers and even government agencies. With this in

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