Brazil’s Petrobras has reached an agreement with local producer Eneva for the sale of the Azulão gas field in the onshore Amazonas Basin, for which Eneva will pay $54.5 million.
Interfax Natural Gas Daily reported in May that Eneva was one of two likely buyers because it owns more than 200 MW of thermoelectric generation capacity, which was a precondition for the sale. Eneva’s ‘reservoir-to-wire’ project in Brazil’s northeast now accounts for 11% of the country’s installed gas-to-power capacity.
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