Compared to 2016, oil production increased by 14.6% in February

According to data from the ANP, oil production in Brazil registered growth of 14.6% in February this year, compared to the same period of 2016. Total production was 2.676 million barrels per day (bbl / d). However, compared to January fell by 0.4%.

Regarding the area of ​​the pre-salt oil production totaled approximately 1.535 million barrels per day. Arising out of the 74 wells that number went to 1.233 million barrels of oil per day and 48 million cubic meters of natural gas. Total production of oil and natural gas in the country was approximately 3.346 million of barrels of oil equivalent per day.

The largest producing field was Lula, in the Santos Basin, producing on average 690, 7000 barrels of oil per day and 30.1 million cubic meters of natural gas. 95% of 82% oil and gas from offshore fields were removed.

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