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Brazil offshore 2019 confirmed in the city of Macaé

May 1, 2018 12:20 pm to 12:20 pm
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As a symbol of the resumption of the Brazilian oil and gas industry, the Brasil Offshore 2019 event will attract many companies to the region

Almost like a perfect chronology, the 10th edition of Brazil Offshore will take place at a crucial moment for the new moment of the national oil market. After overcoming 2015 and resuming 2016, the 2019 fair is already being prepared with the aim of consolidating the recovery of one of the main characteristics of the local oil and gas production chain: Business. With 50% of the exhibitors' pavilion already closed, with more than a year to go before the 10th edition is held, Brazil Offshore will also consolidate with the moment when the industry will renew itself, from the development of projects focused on the exploration phase, generated from the auctions carried out by the National Petroleum Agency (ANP) in 2017 and until 2019.

“Next year will be a time for service companies to get closer to the Campos Basin. The fair tends to be this great meeting between the big operators, which invest in this new phase of the market, and the production chain, which turned Macaé and the entire region into a foundation for the development of the oil and gas industry”, analyzes Daniel Pereira , event manager at Reed Exhibitions Alcântara Machado. To consolidate this moment of renewal, Reed's management participates this year in the OTC (Offshore Technology Conference) in Houston, United States. Considered the biggest oil event in the world, the fair also creates the necessary networking for the Brazil Offshore be the reference for new businesses for the national oil and gas market.

“Without a doubt, we believe that the presence of the major oil operators in the edition of the fair next year will be greater, due to the unfolding of the ANP auctions. Because of this, we chose to be present at the Houston OTC, to assess what the new sentiment is in the international market, and to ensure that our Brazilian market also plays a leading role”, said Daniel. With more than RS 11 billion generated in signature bonuses in the last two auctions carried out by the ANP, thus accumulating an investment potential in the order of R$ 800 million, the Campos Basin is once again the great showcase of the national oil market. And its relationship with Brazil Offshore only guarantees the success of the fair's special edition.

“We are going to celebrate 10 editions at a very important moment for the Brazilian market and for the Campos Basin. Petrobras' investment perspectives, auction results, production potential. These consolidated factors in the Basin only guarantee a promising future for the sector. In the last two editions we have faced the challenge of rescuing optimism. Next time, we will celebrate this new moment”, he said. Source: The Debateon


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