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Group led by Shell acquires the coveted Campo de Saturno

1 October 2018 to 09: 43
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Group led by Shell acquires the coveted Campo de Saturno

Consortium led by Shell in the fifth round of the Brazilian pre-salt overturns a rival competitor and takes over the Saturno area in the Santos basin

The Anglo-Dutch Shell, with 50%, and the American Chevron with 50%, presented the winning proposal, offering a profit share of oil for the federal government of 70,20%. A consortium formed by US ExxonMobil, with 64%, and Qatar Petroleum International (QPI), with 36%, offered a share of the profit of 42,49%, taking second place. The government asked for a fixed signing bonus of BRL 3,125 billion (US$775,4 million) for Saturno and a minimum 17,55% stake for the oil profit. The consortium led by Shell presented investments of 250 million reais.

The ExxonMobil-QPI alliance made a bid on the second area of ​​Titan that is adjacent to Saturn, and offered a profit oil share to the federal government of 23,49%. A 50/50 partnership between Shell and Colombia's Ecopetrol finished second with an offer of 11,65%. The government asked for a fixed signing bonus of 3,125 billion reais for Titã and a minimum profit share of 9,53%. ExxonMobil-QPI also presented investments of 250 million reais. A consortium led by BP won the Pau Brasil pre-salt area by a narrow margin. BP, with 50%, China National Offshore Oil Corporation, with 30%, and Ecopetrol, with 20%, offered a profit share of oil to the federal government of 63,79%.

Total with 40%, Petrobras with 40% and China National Oil and Gas Exploration and Development Corporation with 20%, proposed a profit share of 62,4%, coming in second. The government asked for a fixed signing bonus of 500 million reais for Pau Brasil and a minimum oil profit share of 24,82%. As expected, Petrobras took the Southwest area of ​​Tartaruga Verde, in the Campos Basin, proposing the participation of oil with a minimum profit for the federal government of 10,01%. The government asked for a fixed signature bonus of 70 million reais for the southwest of Tartaruga Verde.

The 5th pre-salt round, held just 10 days before the Brazilian elections, ends a successful two-year cycle of licensing activity that included four rounds offering production sharing contracts in the pre-salt area and two auctions outside the pre-salt area. pre-salt area. With the event, Brazil licensed 72 blocks in the two-year licensing cycle, of which 58 are offshore. The National Petroleum Agency (ANP) hosted the latest round under the administration of Brazilian President Michel Temer, with production sharing contracts.

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