Brazil’s oil production up 5.4% between December and January

The average daily production of natural gas totaled 136 million cubic meters (m³), 7.4% higher than in December 2020.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazilian oil production reached an average daily production of 2.87 million barrels in January this year, according to data released today, March 2nd, by the Brazilian National Agency of Petroleum, Natural Gas and Biofuels (ANP). The result was 5.4% higher than the December 2020 production.

Meanwhile, the average daily production of natural gas totaled 136 million cubic meters (m³), 7.4% higher than in December 2020. However, when compared to January 2020, there were declines in oil (-9.3%) and natural gas (-1.7%) production.

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