Border risks can spread licensing for the Total

Potential risks may bar the Total oil frontier to get licensing to explore oil in the mouth of the Amazon, according to environmental studies singled out by the Brazilian Institute of environment and renewable natural resources (Ibama).

The technical opinion of the Ibama over the area were featured possible impacts in case of accidents, in Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Barbados, Guyana and Trinidad and Tobago and also in jurisdictional waters of French Guiana, Suriname, Guyana and Venezuela. Beyond this obstacle, the Institute has listed ten unanswered backlog by Total in your third attempt of environmental licensing approval. Due to this lack of oil information, as reported by the Panorama Offshore, the licensing process may be filed.

The issue of the environmental licensing is quite controversial, because on one side are businesses that complain of delays and delay. On the other side, the Ibama says that all risks need to be calculated, as well as the studies are made.

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