American oil company will invest $ $2.38 billion in Brazilian waters

The American oil company ExxonMobil is investing heavily in Brazil. The company in just over a month acquired 14 deepwater areas off the coast of northeastern Brazil. The investment will be $ $2.38 billion or about R $7.7 billion reais, which increase the company's presence in the country.

In addition, ExxonMobil acquired from 36.5% in the BM-S-8 and participation of 40% northern Caracara, in the pre-salt Santos basin, being winner along with Statoil and Galp in auctions held in the pre-salt day 27 October, in Rio de Janeiro.

It is expected that investments can generate opportunities for new jobs to Brazilians. Keep watching the Panorama Offshore and stay informed about everything what happens in the market of oil, gas, energy, fuel, gasoline, pre-salt, Petrobras and offshore. Remember: your business going on around here! Check out: www.panoramaoffshore.com.br and www.facebook.com/panoramaoffshore



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