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The oil sector in Brazil is featured in The New York Times

2 April 2018 18 gies: 58
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The oil sector in Brazil is featured in The New York Times

The eyes of the world turn to the great Brazilian oil industry, which ends up gaining prominence and international interest after the success of the last auctions

the branch of oil in Brazil it has always been very desired by many global companies in this modality but due to Petrobras' monopoly in exploring all or any assets it wanted, many of these operators were silent for a long time. Well, this reality is over and the Brazilian fossil fuel market is more open than ever, so much so that the 15th oil auction was featured in the main communication vehicles in Brazil and the world.

The repercussion was such that one of the most respected press vehicles in the world, the The New York Times, released a special article dedicated to this event, since now multinationals have entered the country with force. TNYT emphasizes that Brazil is likely to see robust investments and the eyes of the offshore world are on this sector, after the regulations to carry out activities here are easier now.

The President of Exxon Mobil Brazil, Carla Lacerda gave an interview to the newspaper and emphasizes that they want to increase the number of jobs in the country in unprecedented proportions. Unfortunately, Petrobras no longer has the financial strength and expertise needed to explore all the oil potential in our seas, it was a matter of time before it gave up due to the intensity of the crisis it has been suffering. In addition to Exxon, other monsters such as Statoil, BP, Royal Dutch Shell and Wintershall are very excited about their purchases at these auctions. SEE THE FULL NEW YORK TIMES ARTICLE BY CLICKING HERE.

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