Brazilian production of oil and gas rises to 3.86 million barrels per day in April

The offshore fields were responsible for 97.3% of the oil extracted by Brazil in April, as well as 86.5% of the natural gas.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazilian oil, and natural gas production in April averaged 3.86 million barrels of oil equivalent per day, with a growth of 1.55 % compared to the same month last year (3.80 million barrels per day), informed this Friday the National Petroleum Agency (ANP).

According to data from the regulatory agency, Brazil's hydrocarbon production in April also grew, by 0.60%, compared to March of this year (3.837 million barrels per day).

In recent months, oil and gas extraction has been recovering in Brazil, with the reactivation of platforms paralyzed for maintenance. It . . .

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