This morning of Monday (16), Petrobras announced that it began the process for the sale of 50% of its stake in the concessions of Marlim, Voador, Marlim Leste and Marlim Sul, jointly referred to as Marlim Pole, located in deep waters in the Campos Basin.
According to the note released by the state, despite the process of negotiating a share in the assets, Petrobras will remain as the operator of the fields. The operation comes amid a broad di-investment program of the company, which holds 100% of Polo Marlim's assets.
The Marlim and Voador fields produced on average about 68,900 barrels of oil per day between January and October 2020 and 934,000 m³/day of gas. Marlim Leste produced an average of 38,500 barrels of oil/day and 615,000 m³/day of gas in the same period, while Marlim Sul had an average production of 109,600 barrels of oil/day and about 2 million m³/day of gas from January to October.