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UTC Engenharia is back: Petrobras releases company for state-owned bids

21 April 2018 18 gies: 25
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After a lot of work, UTC Engenharia finally gets its leniency agreement and leaves Petrobras' blacklist

After a lot of work, UTC Engenharia finally gets its leniency agreement and leaves Petrobras' blacklist

Removal from the blacklist Petrobras since the beginning of 2018 and shortly afterwards released to the mainstream press, the  UTC Engineering finally leaves the precautionary blockade due to his involvement with the Lava Jato investigations. In an interview with journalists, Petrobras claims that Odebrecht should also go back to bidding with the company after the leniency agreements are fulfilled later this year. The benevolence of the state-owned company is a sign that it wants to resume operational ties with former service providers.

At the start of Lava Jato in 2014, Petrobras ended up including 27 business groups on its block list due to their involvement in corruption schemes. From that time until now, two others had already been removed from the list: Carioca Engenharia and Andrade Gutierrez, both of which also signed leniency agreements. The last case, which belonged to UTC, was resolved under penalty of paying a fine of R$574 million.

In July 2017, UTC Engenharia was forced to dismiss a veritable legion of workers from the company, around 2000 at once. This happened due to accusations between the two companies for administrative impropriety and/or non-payment, which led to a breach of contract for maintenance of platforms in the Campos Basin and which Consórcio Integrar ended up taking over UTC's operations. Read the full article we did at the time here.

We got Shandong Kerui's email

This company is in a consortium with the Potencial Method for the construction of the UPGN for the works of Comperj, but due to controversies about hiring dates, method of receiving CVs and start of works. Click Petróleo e Gás decided to skip all this bureaucracy and go straight to the “dragon's mouth” to ask. She ended up giving us her email address, the official recruitment contact for her operations, which you can check by accessing our article here.

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