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Final Tender Protocol (Edital)

Published: Friday, 10 November 2017 12:14 | Last Updated: Wednesday, 27 December 2017 16:54 | Hits: 482

This Final Tender Protocol follows the guidelines contained in ANP Ordinance 174 of October 25, 1999 as well as other relevant legislation and defines the rules which must be followed by all companies interested in participating in Brazil Round 3. The Final Tender Protocol includes the Concession Agreement as Annex II.

Clarification to the Final Tender Protocol (Edital)

The ANP would like to clarify that the corrections mentioned in paragraph 11.2 of the model Concession Agreement, referencing paragraph 11.1, refer to the applicable Brazilian Legislation. The specific regulation which covers this area is the joint ANP/INMETRO Portaria No.1, of June 19, 2000.

Correction to the Brazil Round 3 Concession Agreement

To reflect better the content of the official Portuguese version, the (unofficial) English translation of the Brazil Round 3 Concession Agreement has been corrected as follows:

- Section 20.1.3:

Support facilities: plans for fluid processing systems for treatment and discharge of effluents, plans for utilities and other facilities; and should read as:

Support facilities: plans for fluid processing, systems for treatment and discharge of effluents, plans for utilities and other facilities;

- Section 20.1.4:

20.1.4 For the sole purpose of calculating the Percentages of Local Investments in the Exploration Phase and in the Development Stage of the Production Phase, expenditures made for laboratory analytical services on rocks and fluids and in processing services on geological and geophysical data performed in Brazil related to the Operations will count for 2 (two) times the actual costs thereof (in both the numerator and denominator).

should read as:

20.1.4 For the sole purpose of calculating the Percentages of Local Investments in the Exploration Phase and in the Development Stage of the Production Phase, expenditures made for laboratory analytical services on rocks and fluids and in processing services on geological and geophysical data performed in Brazil related to the Operations will count for 2 (two) times the actual costs thereof.

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