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Environmental Guidelines

Published: Tuesday, 09 January 2018 15:09 | Last Updated: Thursday, 04 October 2018 16:20

Upon the compliance of Resolution CNPE no. 17/17, the offered areas in the Bidding Round in accordance to ANP are previously assessed on the grounds of environmental feasibility by the competent environmental authorities. 

The purpose of this joint work is to eventually exclude areas by environmental restrictions in overlapping functions with protected areas or other areas of interest where it is not possible or advisable the exploration and production venture (E&P) of oil and natural gas. 

As a result of such analysis there shall be drawn opinions by environmental agencies stating certain guidelines, which shall allow the future concessionaire to assess environmental variables into technical and economic feasibility studies of E&P projects of oil and natural gas. 


Offshore Basins 

Environmental license of offshore activities and E&P transition zone is conducted by Brazilian Institute of Environment and Renewable Natural Resources (Ibama), through the Oil and Gas General Coordination (CGMAC). 

» Environmental License

  • Campos Basin
  • Ceará Basin
  • Potiguar Basin
  • Santos Basin
  • Sergipe-Alagoas Basin 


» GTPEG Technical Opinion Nº 2018 – 1

» Joint Manifestation MME MMA


Onshore Basins

The Environmental State Agencies (OEMAs) are responsible for the license of onshore activities restricted to the boundaries of one single state.

Therefore, GTPEG also furnish recommendation for conducting activities in onshore basins. 

» GTPEG Technical Opinion Nº 2018 – 1 


Parnaíba Basin



Maranhão State


Environmental and Natural Resource Department – SEMA
  » SEMAR Opinion


Piauí State


Environmental and Water Resource Department – SEMAR
  » SEMAR Opinion

Paraná Basin


Mato Grosso do Sul State



Mato Grosso do Sul Environmental Institute – IMASUL
  » IMASUL opinion

Goiás State



Secretariat of State for the Environment, Water Resources, Infrastructure, Cities and Metropolitan Affairs – SECIMA
  » SECIMA opinion
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