Discovered in 2000 and with production starting in 2007, Manati was one of the largest non-associated natural gas fields in Brazil. Located in the Camamu Basin, off the coast of the state of Bahia, the Manati field is a milestone in our history because it was discovered by the first well drilled by a consortium with our participation.
After 13 years of production, in August 2020, we signed a contract to sell our participation in the Manati Field.
Production and commercialization of gas from Manati
Manati wells are connected by subsea lines to the PMNT-1 platform, a fixed production unit installed at a water depth of 35 m, 10 km offshore. From there, gas flows through a 36 km pipeline to the Compression Plant (SCOMP), where it is compressed and travels another 89 km to the Processing Plant (EVF). In addition to gas, the Manati Field also produces condensate.
2P reserves (total): 3,9 Bi m³**;
* We have entered into an agreement to sell our stake in the Manati Field. Click here and read the Material Fact disclosed to the market.
** Reserves certified by Gaffney, Cline & Associates as of December 31, 2020.