Occupying the seventh position in the world ranking of oil production and export, Brazil seeks to occupy until 2030 the fourth or fifth position of the ranking. Among the measures taken to achieve the goal is the realization of the second stage of the auction of the Onerous Assignment that will auction until the end of this year the Campos de Sépia and Atapu.
José Mauro Coelho, Secretary of Oil, Natural Gas and Biofuels of the Ministry of Mines and Energy, said the pre-salt layer accounts for 73% of the national fuel production. According to him, the government has been making changes in the production and exploration model in both areas.
"The federal government wanted to work on a market opening, that the market had greater competition, greater dynamism, greater plurality of agents and, of course, this brings benefits to the Brazilian consumer. This competition has the potential to lead to a price reduction," said José.
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