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Comperj: Petrobras just released an official note and the big moment is coming

Paulo Nogueira
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15-07-2017 19:11:22
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Petrobras confirms Comperj




The moment for us to have a real position on the Comperj works is coming. Petrobras has just released an official statement about the project

THE Petrobras just officially announced about the Comperj saying is working hard and tirelessly for the resumption of UPGN in Itaboraí, there is no need to worry about whether or not the project will start because it will have to happen one way or another. At this moment, it is looking for other subsidiaries to finish the works on Trem1, which is just a preservation work.

She also said that a project in the dimensions of Comperj must take into account regional policies, for which BR is using a series of socio-economic factors in the region. One of the institutions responsible for this monitoring is the Universidade Federal Fluminense (UFF) and the United Nations Program for Human Settlements (UN Habitat). It is very very important that everyone knows that the economic and employability priorities resulting from the projects will be directed only to the municipalities around Comperj.

Municipalities of Comperj

The municipalities that will be economically contemplated with the UPGN will be Niterói, São Gonçalo, Itaboraí, Rio Bonito, Maricá and Tanguá, Cachoeiras de Macacu, Casimiro de Abreu, Silva Jardim, Araruama, Saquarema, Guapimirim and Magé, Nova Friburgo and Teresópolis.

Petrobras, together with around 8,000 government institutions, companies and communities, are creating sustainable development systems in the region, which are directly linked to environmental protection and social inclusion in the locality.

At the end of this month of July, when we have a final position on who will win the bidding for the work and the beginning of hiring, Sintramon (Sindicato dos Trabalhadores Empregados na Assembleia e Maintenance Industrial del Municipality of Itaboraí) will announce on social media and on all communications vehicles, so beware! Source: Petrobras

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Paulo Nogueira
With technical training, I worked in the offshore oil and gas market for a few years. Today, my team and I are dedicated to bringing information from the Brazilian energy sector and the world, always with credible and up-to-date sources.