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Petrobras and Total have just acquired 3 pre-salt lots at PPSA auction

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Petrobras Total PPSA pre-salt

The Mero and Sapinhoá fields were taken over by Petrobras, while France took over the Lula field at auctions this Friday

Petrobras and Total together acquired 3 pre-salt oil lots belonging to the Union in the auction belonging to PPSA, which took place today (Friday), in the city of São Paulo. The Brazilian oil company managed to produce Sapinhoá and Mero for 3 years. The French operator holds 1 year of productivity related to the Lula field.

According to the Union, the Campo de Mero area will produce around 10.6 million barrels of oil in a fixed volume for the institution. As for Sapinhoá, the estimated amount in the same period of time is 600 barrels of oil. Total will have to provide 1,1 million barrels of its production in the Lula Field period

Four oil companies participated in these PPSA auctions: Petrobras, Shell, Repsol Sinopec and Total. It is worth noting that Pré-Sal Petróleo (PPSA) is a Brazilian state-owned company not dependent on

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