(PN) Brazilian independent operator Enauta reached the level of 32 thousand barrels of oil equivalent produced per day, considering the production of the Atlanta fields, in the Santos Basin, and Manati, in the Camamu Basin. This amount represents a new record in the company’s history. The volume also corresponds to an increase of more than 100% in Enauta’s total daily production, when compared to the average daily production registered in the last month of March.
“This mark more than confirms our confidence in the Company’s production potential. We will maintain our efforts in the field, with optimization of operating costs, to bring greater stability to the company’s cash generation”, said Enauta’s CEO, Décio Oddone.
According to the operator, Atlanta’s production contributed decisively to the result and also registered a daily production record – considering Enauta with 100% of the asset. This week, after the resumption of well 7-ATL-2HP-RJS, Atlanta returned to operations with three wells connected to FPSO Petrojarl I, surpassing the mark of 25,000 barrels of oil per day, which enabled an increase of approximately 200% in the field’s daily production compared to March 2023. At this time, the Atlanta field’s Early Production System (SPA) is operating close to its maximum production capacity, which is 30,000 barrels of oil per day.
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