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The new pre-salt map after the 2017 and 2018 bid rounds: all eyes on Brazil's Santos basin

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26 July 2018

The new pre-salt map after the 2017 and 2018 bid rounds: all eyes on Brazil's Santos basin

Report summary

Brazil has seen two years of very intense offshore licensing activity with six recent bid rounds with more than 25,000 km2 acreage awarded in the Campos and the Santos basins. Petrobras continues to be the biggest acreage holder within the pre-salt polygon, but IOCs have been increasingly expanding their exposure through the recent PSC rounds. Through the PSC Round 5 new companies joined the growing ranks of IOC pre-salt operators.

Table of contents

  • Top 5 operators in the Campos and the Santosbasins
  • Petrobras continues to be the biggest acreage holder within the pre-salt polygon, but IOCs significantly expanded their exposure through these rounds

Tables and charts

This report includes 11 images and tables including:

  • Petrobras's operated and non-operated blocks
  • ExxonMobil's operated and non-operated blocks
  • BP's operated and non-operated blocks
  • Equinor's operated and non-operated blocks
  • Shell's operated and non-operated blocks
  • Top 10 acreage holders in the Campos and the Santos basins
  • Companies with minor acreage in the Campos and the Santos basins
  • Acreage by regime
  • Acreage by basin
  • Signature bonus paid in 2017 and 2018 rounds for blocks in the Campos and the Santos basins
  • Santos basin acreage by company and by regime

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    The new pre-salt map after the 2017 and 2018 bid rounds: all eyes on Brazil's Santos basin

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