Petrobras recent disinvestments overview:

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3R Petroleum recently concluded the purchase of Macau Cluster on the Potiguar basin for US$ 191 MM. They also acquired another 10 onshore fields for US$ 129 MM, yet to be approved by ANP.

BW Offshore paid US$ 90 MM for the Petrobras share on the Maromba field. The first oil is set to happen in 2022. The asset was declared commercial back in 2006.

Despite the recent economic turmoil, Karoon Energy reassured that Baúna is lucrative in the long run. The shallow water field was acquired for US$ 665 MM, and new prospects could increase the production to over 20,000 bbl/day.

Ouro Preto Óleo e Gás now holds 100% of Arabaiana, Dentão and Pescada fields, after buying Petrobras share for US$ 1.5 MM. The assets produced an average of 800 boe/day in 2020.

A little less than a year ago, Perenco concluded the payment of US$ 398 MM for the Pargo Cluster. The company plans to extend the production of those fields for another 20 years.

Trident Energy paid US$ 1 billion for the Enchova & Pampo Clusters. The assets – which have a huge history in the Campos basin – hold significant reserves and potential for the coming decades.

Use Geopost to understand the background of these areas and the strategy of the companies.

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