Equinor will invest billions in mature fields in Brazil

Equinor, the second largest operator of the offshore market in Brazil, intends to advance its projects in the mature fields of pre-salt already explored and in new oil regions. The investment will be R $15 billion up to 2030 in the country.

The president of Equinor Brasil, Margareth Ovrum, identifies that in Brazil there are many regions of pre-salt and Aftersalt explorable. Ovrum also explains that much of the investment will be for phase 2 of the Pilgrim Camp, in the Campos Basin, and in the installation of a third platform, also in the region, with the prediction of starting its operation in 2020 with more than 250 million barrels of oil.

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