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A Major win for Brazil: BP, ExxonMobil and Statoil go big in the pre-salt rounds

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Report summary

Brazil's profit sharing contract (PSC) Rounds 2 and 3 closed strong, confirming the global appeal of Brazil's pre-salt. The last time pure exploration acreage in the core pre-salt area was offered was twelve years ago, before the play was even identified. This pent up demand for some of the world’s most prospective acreage led to profit share rates that were on average four times higher than the minimum required.

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Tables

  • 2nd and 3rd pre-salt winners
  • Block working interest (%)
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  • Indicative exploration economics and sensitivity to profit share rate
  • Block working interest (%)
  • Block working interest (%)

Images

  • BP leaps to second place for pre-salt polygon acreage
  • ExxonMobil has boosted its presence in South America's deepwater Atlantic since 2015
  • Norte de Carcara value sensitivity to first oil (US$B)
  • Exploration acreage offered in the heart of the world-class pre-salt

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