Also located off the west coast of Brazil, between the cities of Salvador and Ilhéus (state of Bahia), the Camamu-Almada Basin occupies a total area of approximately 22,000 km², considering its emerged and maritime portions, in water depths up to 3,000 meters. A total of seven fields were discovered in this basin – two on land and five offshore. According to the latest reports, the basin’s non-risked mean resources are 91% oil and 9% associated gas.
We have a 20% interest in our deepwater exploratory block, BM-CAL-12, while Petrobras, the operator, holds an 80% interest.
A discussion is in progress regarding the possibility of drilling a well, and the environmental license required by law is still pending approval.
Location: Bahia’s central coastal region
Area: 22,900 km²
Water depth: up to 3,000 m
7 fields including 2 small fields on land;
We have a 20% interest in Block BM-CAL-12;
Formation, according to reports: 91% oil and 9% associated gas;
Environmental licensing in progress.