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Re: Le Brésil

par energy_isere » 21 févr. 2020, 01:01

Bond important de la production de pétrole au Brésil en janvier 2020 par rapport à Janvier 2019.
Brazil’s oil production jumps 20% to new record in January

20 Feb, 2020

Brazil’s oil production jumped by 20.4 percent on the year to set a new production record of 3.168 million barrels per day (bpd) in January, thanks to the prolific pre-salt basin, oil regulator ANP said on Wednesday.
Last month, Brazil’s total oil and natural gas production also set a new production record, exceeding 4 million barrels of oil equivalent per day (boe/d) for the first time ever, the regulator said, noting that combined oil and gas production stood at 4.041 million boe/d.

Oil production in January 2020 rose by 2 percent compared to December 2019 and by 20.43 percent compared to January 2019, ANP said.

In January 2020, Brazil’s production in the pre-salt area totaled 2.682 million boed, accounting for 66.37 percent of all oil and natural gas production. Oil output in the pre-salt area hit 2.150 million bpd last month, the regulator said. The pre-salt oilfield Lula was the single biggest oil producer in the country, pumping on average 1.052 million bpd.

Earlier this month, state oil firm Petrobras announced that it had set another production record in the last quarter of 2019, producing more than 3 million bpd of oil equivalent throughout the period.

Brazil’s pre-salt area is expected to further boost the country’s oil production this year, according to OPEC’s latest Monthly Oil Market Report (MOMR) in February.

Brazil will be the third-largest growth driver of non-OPEC supply in 2020 after the US and Norway, according to OPEC. The cartel sees non-OPEC supply growing by 2.25 million bpd, with Brazil’s production rising by 310,000 bpd this year.

Since June 2019, Brazil’s crude oil production had surged by 550,000 bpd within six months, thanks to the Lula, Buzios, Sapinhoá, Jubarte, and Sul De Lula fields, which boosted production from the pre-salt horizon in the deepwater Santos Basin to average 1.74 million bpd in 2019, OPEC said in its report earlier this month.

This article was originally published on Oilprice.com
https://www.rt.com/business/481278-braz ... ion-jumps/

Re: Le Brésil

par energy_isere » 20 févr. 2020, 21:33

Petrobras a enregistré le plus gros bénéfice de son histoire en 2019

AFP parue le 20 févr. 2020

Le géant pétrolier brésilien Petrobras a annoncé avoir enregistré l'an dernier un bénéfice record en hausse de plus de 55% sur un an, à 40,137 milliards de reales (10,151 milliards de dollars), soit le meilleur résultat de son histoire.

C'est la deuxième année consécutive de bénéfices pour le groupe pétrolier après le méga scandale de corruption Lava Jato (lavage express) et cinq ans de déficits. En 2018, le bénéfice net avait atteint 25,8 milliards de reales (5,9 milliards de dollars).

Son résultat d'exploitation (Ebitda) a atteint de son côté l'an dernier 129,249 milliards de reales (29,76 milliards de dollars), grâce à des coûts de production moindres.
https://www.connaissancedesenergies.org ... 019-200220

Re: Le Brésil

par energy_isere » 23 janv. 2020, 09:01

Suite de ce post du 30 oct 2019 viewtopic.php?p=2290791#p2290791

L'idée que le Brésil rejoigne l'Opep avance :
Brazil Could Begin Talks To Join OPEC In July

By Tsvetana Paraskova - Jan 22, 2020

South America’s largest oil producer, Brazil, will launch discussions on potentially joining OPEC in July, Brazilian Energy Minister Bento Albuquerque told Reuters on Wednesday.

In July, Albuquerque is scheduled to visit Saudi Arabia, and on that occasion, Brazil could begin talks on becoming a member of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries, the minister said.

Even if talks are successful, Brazil is not expected to become a member of OPEC this year, Albuquerque told Reuters.

Currently, the South American oil producer is okay with the Brent Crude price at around US$64 a barrel as it is a “fair” price, the minister said.

The idea that Brazil may join OPEC was first aired in October last year, when Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro said that OPEC’s top producer and de facto leader Saudi Arabia had informally asked Brazil to join the organization.

“I personally would very much like Brazil to become a member of OPEC,” Bolsonaro said at the Future Investment Initiative 2019 in Riyadh in October.

The idea was met with resistance from the Brazilian industry because producers are concerned that once an OPEC member, Brazil may have to play along and comply with any organization-level production cuts just as its oil production is rising and set to continue to increase.

Production in Brazil is rapidly growing thanks to start-ups of new offshore oil fields.

OPEC itself estimates that Brazil will be the second-largest contributor to non-OPEC supply growth in 2020, after the United States. Brazil, like the United States, is not part of the OPEC+ coalition that currently restricts production hoping to draw down global oversupply.

In November, Brazil’s crude oil production topped 3 million barrels per day for the first time ever, the National Petroleum Agency reported, adding that total oil and gas production rose to 3.95 million barrels of oil equivalent daily - also a record-breaking figure
https://oilprice.com/Latest-Energy-News ... -July.html

Re: Le Brésil

par energy_isere » 16 janv. 2020, 02:04

Une première partie de ce qui sera le plus grand parc solaire de l'Amérique du Sud commence à entrer en opération. Au Brésil. 475 MW quand il sera complet.
South America’s largest solar photovoltaic project is underway in Brazil

Ramla Soni 15 Jan 2020

The Enel Group’s Brazilian renewable energy subsidiary Enel Green Power has started operations of a 475 megawatt (MW) section of Sao Goncalo solar photovoltaic (PV) plant, which is being described as South America’s “largest” solar PV facility.

Located in Brazil’s northeastern state of Piaui, Enel Group said it has invested 1.4bn Brazilian reals, (around $390m, £299m, €349m) in the construction of the 475MW section and that it would be able to produce more than 1,200 gigawatt hours annually when “fully up and running.”

It will also avoid the emission of over 600,000 tons of CO2 into the atmosphere.
https://capital.com/south-america-large ... ic-project

Re: Le Brésil

par energy_isere » 25 déc. 2019, 13:43

En relation avec ce post plus haut viewtopic.php?f=2&t=322&start=330#p2291495

La production de pétrole brut du Brésil passe pour la première fois les 3 millions de barils par jour.
Brazil Breaks Key Oil Production Milestone

By Irina Slav - Dec 24, 2019

Brazil’s crude oil production in November topped 3 million barrels per day for the first time ever, the National Petroleum Agency reported, adding that total oil and gas production rose to 3.95 million barrels of oil equivalent daily - also a record-breaking figure.

The strong output result came on the back of ongoing ramp-up of production at eight new floating production, storage, and offloading facilities, S&P Global Platts reports, citing ANP data. The ramp-up added more than 100,000 bpd to the country’s total production between October and November. The annual increase in production exceeded 20 percent.

The presalt zone has become the main contributor to growth in Brazil’s crude oil production. In fact, it accounts for about two-thirds of the country’s November total, at 2.061 million bpd. The biggest producing field, Lula, is in the presalt zone. It produced 1.063 million bpd of crude last month. The second and the third-largest producing fields were also in the presalt zone, which has garnered significant attention from supermajors as the next hot spot for oil production growth.

The hot spot became hotter earlier this year, after the Brazilian government and Petrobras settled their dispute over an area in the presalt zone that could contain billions of untapped oil reserves. Petrobras raked in $9 billion from the settlement while the government prepared for as much as $27 billion in signing bonuses from the tender it planned for the transfer-of-rights area.
https://oilprice.com/Latest-Energy-News ... stone.html

Re: Le Brésil

par energy_isere » 09 déc. 2019, 23:56

Brazil Ignores Climate Concerns, Carries Out Offshore Drilling Plans

By Julianne Geiger - Dec 09, 2019

Brazil is carrying on with its plans to drill in the prolific pre-salt area even after UN leaders today urged countries to steadfastly curb emissions of “climate-altering” gases that stem from—among other things—fossil fuels.

The reiteration of Brazil’s intent to press on with its drilling plan came from the Latin country’s Mines and Energy Minister Bento Albuquerque who did so from the sidelines of the climate summary that is now taking place, according to Reuters.

As a developing country, Brazil could not, according to Albuquerque, “release its grip on hydrocarbons”, adding that oil would be a necessary energy source for years to come.

But Albuquerque said that Brazil would still be able to meet its climate goals agreed to under the Paris Agreement, and may even increase its target. Brazil relies on hydroelectric power for much of its electricity needs, and uses a significant amount of biofuel as well, despite its generous oil and gas reserves. It will explore these riches “responsibly and sustainably” Albuquerque noted.

Part of its plan to explore those riches involves Brazil’s plan to submit a bill before the end of this year that would allow commercial mining to take place on indigenous reserves.

But some of Brazil’s ambitious plans to explore the pre-salt zone have fallen flat, as two auctions in November came up nearly empty handed, as oil majors steered clear of the pricey and complicated oil auctions as they struggle to maintain capital discipline. The second of the two oil auctions saw only one of the five blocks awarded. The first auction saw two bids awarded, both of which included state-run Petrobras.

Brazil will take another stab at oil auctions in 2020.
https://oilprice.com/Latest-Energy-News ... Plans.html

Re: Le Brésil

par energy_isere » 20 nov. 2019, 21:12

Petrobras pourrait devenir le 1er producteur de pétrole parmis les producteurs non étatiques avant 2030.
This Underdog Could Soon Become The World’s Largest Oil Producer

Brazil’s Petrobras is on track to become the world’s largest oil producer among publicly listed companies by 2030, based on Rystad Energy’s latest data and forecasts.

Brazil’s biggest-ever oil auctions in November were generally deemed to be disappointing, receiving muted interest from international exploration and production companies.

However, national oil company Petrobras could not have asked for a better outcome. The world’s fastest growing oil producer gained nearly full control of more than eight billion barrels of oil in the Buzios field, where a sixth floater is being planned. To develop these and other resources off the coast of the South American country, Brazil is set for a whopping $70 billion offshore capital investment spree between 2020 and 2025, solely on field development. This program will have a monumental effect on Petrobras.

"Petrobras can, in a matter of years, become the world’s largest oil producer among publically listed companies. The significance is huge and symbolic," commented Aditya Ravi, vice president of Rystad Energy’s upstream team, specialized in E&P activities in Latin America. “We predict that Petrobras alone can boost its production numbers by more than 1.3 million barrels per day over the next decade.”


During the course of 2019, Petrobras has evolved from fifth place to become the third-largest oil producer, reaching output of around 2.2 million bpd in the third quarter. As it stands, Rosneft and PetroChina top the list over the world’s largest public E&P companies. Based on Rystad Energy’s latest forecasts, Petrobras could be poised to overtake PetroChina over the next few months, and potentially dethrone the ruling Russian producer Rosneft over the next decade, thanks in no small part to its latest acquisitions.

Brazil’s production could be pushed from 2.8 million bpd in 2019 average to over 5.5 million bpd thanks to Petrobras’ potential peak output of almost 3.8 million* bpd by 2030.

Brazilian officials recently indicated the country wishes to join OPEC, the oil cartel dominated by Saudi Arabia and 13 other oil-producing countries. Brazil’s current output would make it OPEC’s third-largest producer, behind Saudi Arabia and Iraq.

“Joining OPEC could cause a major disruption for Brazil, bringing the country into the spotlight with the potential risk of having its wings clipped by the cartel just as production takes off,” Ravi cautioned.

This potential shift in ranking has been spurred on in the aftermath of the three Brazilian licensing rounds organized over the past five weeks by the National Petroleum Agency (ANP), in which 45 blocks were on offer. With only one-third of the blocks receiving bids, the rounds raised concerns that Brazil lacks the luster that in the past ensured active and competitive bid rounds. In the wake of these rounds, the Brazilian Energy Minister remarked that the current legal and tendering structure could warrant a re-think, including a look at Petrobras’ pre-emptive rights on oil blocks. Others have voiced dismay over the steep signature bonuses.

*Note: This number accounts for a commercial discovery at Aram.

By Rystad Energy
https://oilprice.com/Energy/Energy-Gene ... ducer.html

Re: Le Brésil

par energy_isere » 17 nov. 2019, 14:33

Inauguration d'une usine Vestas au Bresil de fabrication d'eoliennes. 100 millions de dollars investis.
Wind energy Vestas opens factory with 624 wind turbines already ordered in Ceará

November 13, 2019 evwind

With an investment of R $ 100 million, Vestas inaugurated new unit in Aquiraz to produce the largest wind turbines of the wind power company, the V150-4.2MW. Sales volume is already the largest in the history of the segment in the country

Danish Vestas, the world’s largest wind energy manufacturer, delivered yesterday its new plant in Ceará, representing the company’s largest global investment in 2019. In all, more than $ 100 million were invested in the factory, located in Ceará. in Aquiraz, where will be produced the largest wind turbines of the company, the V150-4.2 MW. According to Vestas, 624 wind turbines of the new model have already been ordered. Of these, the first copy was delivered yesterday to the company Echoenergia, during the inauguration ceremony.
https://www.evwind.es/2019/11/13/wind-e ... eara/71796

Re: Le Brésil

par energy_isere » 11 nov. 2019, 10:08

Production de pétrole au Brésil depuis 2012


https://oilprice.com/Energy/Crude-Oil/H ... eaked.html

Re: Le Brésil

par energy_isere » 08 nov. 2019, 00:24

Record de production de pétrole brut au Brésil avec 2.99 millions de b/J au mois d'août.
Production in Brazil is rapidly growing thanks to start-ups of new offshore oil fields. Total liquids production increased by 480,000 bpd year on year to 3.10 million bpd in August—a record high, according to Energy Aspects. Crude oil production in Brazil jumped by 220,000 bpd on the month to 2.99 million bpd in August, thanks to rising production in the pre-salt layers.

According to OPEC’s estimates in its latest Monthly Oil Market Report (MOMR), the 2.99-million-bpd crude oil production in August was an all-time high for Brazil.
https://oilprice.com/Latest-Energy-News ... ction.html

Re: Le Brésil

par mobar » 01 nov. 2019, 08:29

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Re: Le Brésil

par Silenius » 31 oct. 2019, 21:54

La politique de Bolsonaro reduit la criminalite de plus de 20%

https://www.atlantico.fr/decryptage/358 ... racouchot-

Re: Le Brésil

par energy_isere » 30 oct. 2019, 22:23

Pétrole: Bolsonaro souhaiterait une adhésion du Brésil à l'Opep

AFP parue le 30 oct. 2019

Le président brésilien Jair Bolsonaro a annoncé mercredi à Ryad qu'il souhaiterait que son pays adhère à l'Organisation des pays exportateurs de pétrole (Opep), largement dominé par l'Arabie saoudite.

"J'aimerais personnellement que le Brésil devienne un membre de l'Opep", a déclaré M. Bolsonaro lors du Future Investment Initiative, un cycle de conférences surnommé le "Davos du désert" et destiné à promouvoir l'économie saoudienne aux yeux du monde.

"Je pense que le potentiel est là. Nous avons de vastes réserves de pétrole", a affirmé le président brésilien.

Ces déclarations interviennent avant une importante vente aux enchères la semaine prochaine pour les droits pétroliers au Brésil.

Selon l'agence Bloomberg, le président brésilien a indiqué avoir reçu mercredi une invitation informelle à rejoindre l'Opep après des réunions avec des responsables saoudiens, dont le puissant prince héritier Mohammed ben Salmane.

D'après M. Bolsonaro, le Brésil et l'Opep pourraient former un "excellent partenariat" qui contribuerait à stabiliser les prix mondiaux de l'énergie, sur un marché marqué ces dernières années par une chute des cours du brut.

Les autorités saoudiennes n'ont pas publiquement réagi à ce sujet.

Selon un média d'Etat saoudien, M. Bolsonaro et le prince Mohammed ben Salmane "ont discuté des moyens de renforcer les investissements bilatéraux entre les deux pays".

L'invitation saoudienne, si elle est confirmée, souligne l'importance grandissante du Brésil en tant que producteur de pétrole.

En août, la production de pétrole et de gaz naturel s'y élevait à 3,828 millions de barils équivalent pétrole par jour, selon des chiffres officiels. La production de pétrole seule s'est élevée à environ 2,989 millions de barils par jour, soit 7,7 % de plus qu'en juillet.

S'il rejoint l'Opep, le Brésil pourrait devenir le troisième producteur parmi les pays membres, derrière l'Arabie saoudite et l'Irak, estime Bloomberg.

L'Arabie saoudite, pays ultradépendant des revenus du pétrole, cherche à développer sa coopération avec plusieurs pays non membres de l'organisation avec pour objectif de parvenir à réduire la production mondiale et soutenir les prix.

A l'occasion de sa visite à Ryad, M. Bolsonaro a annoncé que le Fonds d'investissement public du royaume saoudien comptait investir 10 milliards de dollars (neuf milliards d'euros) au Brésil.
https://www.connaissancedesenergies.org ... pep-191030

Re: Le Brésil

par energy_isere » 13 oct. 2019, 14:24

Details sur les blocs d'exploration en question.


https://www.ogj.com/exploration-develop ... -12-blocks
A group led by Total E&P of Brazil, Petronas, and Brazil QPI offered the largest signing bonus ever in a Brazilian concession round: about $1 billion for Block CM-541 in the Campos basin.

Re: Le Brésil

par energy_isere » 10 oct. 2019, 23:56

Enchères pétrolières record au Brésil, à 2,17 milliards de dollars

AFP parue le 10 oct. 2019

Des enchères de blocs pétroliers offshore au Brésil ont rapporté jeudi près de 2,17 milliards de dollars, un nouveau record et un signe fort à moins d'un mois d'enchères de blocs pré-salifères qui pourraient rapporter 26 milliards de dollars à l'Etat.

Seuls 12 des 36 blocs ont trouvé preneur, mais pour un montant plus de trois fois supérieur (322%) au minimum stipulé par l'Agence Nationale du Pétrole (ANP).

"Ce résultat a dépassé nos attentes", a déclaré le ministre des Mines et de l'Energie Bento Albuquerque, à l'issue de ces enchères dans un hôtel de luxe de Rio de Janeiro.

Au total, 8,91 milliards de réais vont rentrer dans les coffres brésiliens, contre 8,014 milliards lors du précédent record, datant de mars 2018.

Le gouvernement ne tablait à l'origine que sur 2,3 milliards de réais pour les enchères de jeudi.

Le groupe français Total a pris part (40%) au consortium ayant formulé la plus grosse offre, s'associant au Qatari QPI (40%) et la compagnie malaise Petronas (20%) pour obtenir la concession d'exploration d'un bloc de la baie de Campos pour 4,029 milliards de réais (970 millions de dollars), près de la moitié du montant total des enchères.

Le fait que ces enchères aient largement dépassé les attentes laisse présager un franc succès de celles très attendues du 6 et 7 novembre.

Elles concernent des blocs de la zone du "pré-sal", gisements pré-salifères (enfouis sous une épaisse couche de sel) au potentiel gigantesque qui attire la convoitise de toutes les majors du secteur.

Contrairement aux enchères de ce jeudi, le prix final des concessions est déjà fixé au préalable, pour un total de 106,5 milliards de réais (26 milliards de dollars).

Ce qui fait la différence entre les offres est le pourcentage de partage des bénéfices que l'entreprise s'engage à reverser à l'Etat brésilien.

Le ministre Albuquerque a précisé jeudi qu'au-delà du montant rapporté par les enchères, le gouvernement tablait sur des investissements de 1.100 milliards de dollars de la part des entreprises ayant remporté des blocs.
https://www.connaissancedesenergies.org ... s-191010-0