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CNOOC's deep water oilfield project in Brazil starts production.

China's CNOOC has initiated production at Brazil's Mero 2 deepwater oil field, part of the Mero project in the Santos Basin. With a capacity of 180,000 bpd, the field operates in Brazil's pre-salt zone, a major source of the country's oil and gas. CNOOC plans to drill 16 wells, including production and injection wells, contributing to the four production units at the Mero field. Petrobras also prioritizes the pre-salt zone, aiming to install 11 new units for increased daily production. https://oilprice.com/Latest-Energy-News/World-News/CNOOC-Launches-Production-at-Brazilian-Deepwater-Oil-Field.htmlhttps://oilprice.com/Latest-Energy-News/World-News/CNOOC-Launches-Production-at-Brazilian-Deepwater-Oil-Field.html

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  • Kevin

    14 w

    I wonder who gives the green light for some of these countries to operate with complete impunity and bad will in this manner

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    • We Don't Have Time

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      • George Kariuki

        15 w

        Balancing economic benefits with environmental protection is crucial.

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        • johnte ndeto

          15 w

          This is so discouraging that Brazilian government paves way for oil companies to venture into the country

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          • Johannes Luiga

            15 w

            So sad to hear

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            • Elizabeth Gathigia

              15 w

              Very 😔, how do we win the fights against climate crisis if the such projects continue to be approved?

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              • Lucinda Ramsay

                15 w

                😔

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                • walter lungayi

                  15 w

                  This is so heartbreaking. It's important for Brazil to transition away from such projects and invest in renewable energy sources to mitigate the impact of climate change.

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                  • Edwin wangombe

                    15 w

                    when will these countries and their leadership learn that climate change is real and the world is heading to the tip[ng point if we do not phase out fossil fuels

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                    • Munene Mugambi

                      15 w

                      I blame the Brazilian government for allowing this to happen. Without government approval, this project does not start

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                      • Edwin wangombe

                        15 w

                        @munene_mugambi I agree with you on this the Brazilian government is more focused on the profits and not the well-being of the ecosystem and its people... also on the other hand, China has a share of the blame as they are running the project while the rest of the world is running away from fossil fuels

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                        • Princess

                          15 w

                          @edwin_wangombe 👍

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