Naval Polo Rio Grande should no longer build hulls platforms

In a radio interview in Rio Grande do Sul, the president of Petrobras, Pedro Parente, said the state should not build hulls platforms in the Naval Pole of Rio Grande, in southern Rio Grande do Sul.

According to Parente, the company would spend billions of dollars to invest in equipment which do not need. The Rio Grande Polo began acting in 2005 and had an investment of about 15 billion in a decade, with building sites and platforms.

When he was at the height of its operations in 2013, the naval polo generated 24,000 jobs and the resumption of projects from one of the P-71 hull, suspended since December last year, would generate 2700 jobs.

However, in the period when he was operating from eight ordered structures at the naval hub of Rio Grande only three were delivered and three years late.

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