Equinor plans to increase oil and gas production in Brazil by up to 280,000 barrels of oil per day up to 2024. The project will start next year, when the company will increase its production in 60000 bpd in the field of Peregrino, in Rio de Janeiro. The Norwegian State also intends to initiate the operations of a platform in the field of Carcará (SP), with a capacity of 220,000 bpd, even up to 2024.
The expansion of activities in the Pilgrim Basin happens after the area has reached its peak of 100,000 bpd and today is in the home of the 80000 bpd, according to information from the global vice president of contracts and supplies of Equinor, Mauro Andrade. "So let's trigger phase two of the project" completed, in an interview with the Broadcast, real-time news system of the State group.
Andrade also spoke about the project of an FPSO in the field of Carcará. "The field is great, so we will develop in phases. The first will be this platform between 2023 and 2024 and, subsequently, still no definite date because we are maturing the project, we will have the second FPSO ", he said. Still according to the executive, the FPSO of the first phase has the capacity to produce up to 220,000 barrels D oil per day.
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