Energy Platform (EnP) is interested in onshore exploratory areas in Espírito Santo and Parnaíba – Marcio Felix

In the midst of a pandemic, newly created Energy Platform (EnP) is qualifying as operator C to participate in the permanent auction of the National Agency of Petroleum, Natural Gas and Biofuels (ANP), which currently has 54 companies registered.

This is the strategy set up by the company for the acquisition of onshore exploratory areas in the country. The Energy Platform (EnP), is a holding company created by the former executive secretary of the Ministry of Mines and Energy (MME), Márcio Félix.

The executive mentioned areas in the Espírito Santo and Parnaíba basins in the permanent offer of areas of the Agency, in order to take advantage of the potential of micro-regions for the formation of energy ecosystems, with onshore oil and gas production projects, thermoelectric generation, biogas and biomethane and renewable energy.

Included in the permanent offer of areas that can be contracted by the ANP concession model, 173 exploration blocks and the Juruá field.

Altogether there will be 740 blocks, 497 on land and 243 at sea. The offer also has three areas with marginal accumulations onshore.

Included in the auction are blocks not purchased in the 16th sixth round – opportunities in ultra-deep waters in Campos, Camamu-Almada and Jacuípe, and deep in Espírito Santo, Pernambuco-Paraíba.

 EnP focusing on energy transition

EnP has shown interest in energy transition and its project is to help create an investment fund for energy transition projects in Brazil, for this purpose the company aims to be able to finance the development of ecosystem production from a structure that can be combined with other financial solutions.

Power generation in agribusiness may be one of the first paths. Recently, EnP signed an agreement with Datagro to develop solutions to integrate the oil and gas industry with biofuels, with emphasis on ethanol, biodiesel, biogas and sustainable aviation fuels.

Source: CPG

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