Last Thursday, November 1, again, Ibama asked BP company to provide more information to complement its study on the maritime drilling of the Fza-M-59 block, in the Foz do Amazonas basin. The environmental agency reinforced that it has no further clarification to subsidize the process of licensing the activity because, many of the information was not considered satisfactory as the emergency plan and the management procedures of incidents.
Ibama points out that in the document it is still necessary to have an agreement that crosses borders, since an eventual accident could shed oil beyond the national territory in less than 24 hours. BP has reported that it will meet all the requirements needed to obtain the licence, since the negotiations have been dragging in November 2017.
The care of the environmental organ is extremely important for the country. The perforation of the block needs to be endorsed so that there is no pollution in the nearby areas and in the explored region. Stay informed with the Panorama Offshore portal and get inside news about the oil, gas, energy, biofuels, onshore and offshore markets. Remember: your business. Visit: www.panoramaoffshore.com.br and Www.facebook.com/panoramaoffshore.ACESSE AS REDES DA PANORAMA OFFSHORE: