Brazil’s crude and NGLs production went up again reaching a new all-time high at 2.42 mbpd, again driven by higher output from pre-salt projects. Crude output jumped by more than 59 kbpd to 2.33 mbpd, the new all time high. Meanwhile NGLs fell slightly, down about 2 kbpd m-o-m to 96.75 kbpd.
Brazil’s crude and NGLs production went up to all-time high at 2.36 mbpd driven by higher output from pre-salt projects. Crude only was up (21.78 kbpd) to 2.28 mbpd, the highest level since February 2012, which was an all-time high itself.
Brazil’s crude and NGLs output went up by 2.62 % m-o-m to 2.34 mbpd.
Production continues to be driven by pre-salt volumes (oil and gas pre-salt production increased 6.2% m-o-m). The Roncador field in the Campos Basin, produced the highest daily volumes at an average rate of 256.2 kbpd.
Crude and NGLs production went up to 54kbpd month-on-month in May to 2.278 mbpd let by sub-salt deep water production.