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Title: Produção de petróleo terrestre no Brasil
Authors: Mendes, André Pompeo do Amaral
Teixeira, Cássio Adriano Nunes
Rocio, Marco Aurélio Ramalho
Prates, Haroldo Fialho
Keywords: Indústria petrolífera - Brasil
Petroleum, Industry and trade - Brazil
Poços de petróleo - Perfuração
Oil well drilling
Indústria petrolífera - Capacidade industrial - Brasil
Petroleum, Industry and trade - Industrial capacity - Brazil
Recuperação secundária do petróleo - Brasil
Secondary recovery of oil - Brazil
Issue Date: Mar-2019
Publisher: Banco Nacional de Desenvolvimento Econômico e Social
Abstract: Onshore oil production in Brazil dates back to the 1940s and only from 2003 the absolute volume of the onshore production began to decline. There are several mature and marginal onshore fields in production, whose productive potential depends on the appropriate investment in enhanced oil recovery techniques. In this article, we discuss the recovery potential of these fields by small and medium-sized enterprises, the so-called independent oil producers. The investment in the revitalization of these assets and the consequent increase in onshore oil production in Brazil are important for several municipalities, as the onshore production fields are located in inland cities. Most of the time, the municipalities involved have low income and low human development index (HDI), and oil royalties weigh significantly in their budgets.
Other Identifiers: MENDES, André André Pompeo do Amaral et al. Produção de petróleo terrestre no Brasil. BNDES Setorial, Rio de Janeiro, v. 25, n. 49 , p.[215]-264, mar. 2019.
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