Despite the current moment of crisis and uncertainties mainly due to the pandemic, Firjan (Federation of Industries of the State of Rio de Janeiro), pointed out that about R$ 50 billion should be invested in the oil sector in the next 3 years. The investment expected to generate about 63,000 jobs is based on the growth forecast of the sector that should be accompanied by the start of operations of FPSO Carioca (floating unit of production, storage and transfer of oil and gas) that began last Monday (23), in the Sepia field, in the Santos Basin.
According to projections by The Energy Research Company (EPE), the expectation is that Brazil will have a significant growth in the production level, producing about 1.9 million more barrels per day, making the country one of the five largest oil exporters in the world. If the forecasts are met, Brazil will be one of the largest producers outside the opec (Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries) environment.
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