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Environmental Guidelines

Published: Thursday, 09 November 2017 16:36 | Last Updated: Monday, 02 April 2018 13:50 | Hits: 435

In order to protect the environment, the Petroleum Agency (ANP), the Federal Environmental Agency (IBAMA) and the Environmental State Agencies (OEMAs) analyse all the areas prior to decide their offer in licensing rounds, as stated at the CNPE Resolution nº 008/2003. As a result of this work, guidelines are published with the requirement levels for the environmental licensing, allowing the future concessionaire to include the environmental variable in exploration and production projects.

These guidelines are revised and updated every round to keep track of the policies evolution. The creation of new protected areas, the evolution of ecosystem's knowledge, the exploration and production technologies development and the social and economic reality are dynamic factors that directly influence the level of requirement for the environmental licensing of the offered blocks. Therefore, it is very important to consult this information, even for blocks that have already been object of previous rounds.

The Environmental licensing Guide concerning oil and gas exploration activities for Round 9 was launched, according to the program . During the opening seminar, general guidelines were made available by IBAMA´s representative, and another one by ANP´s representative.

 

Guide for the Environmental Licensing of Seismic Activities

Guide for the Environmental Licensing of Drilling Activities

 

Offshore Basins

Environmental licensing is a responsibility of IBAMA for offshore activities. The Oil and Gas General Coordination (CGPEG) is the unit based in Rio de Janeiro City that performs the process.

CGPEG Address:
Praça XV de Novembro, 42 9º andar - Centro - Rio de Janeiro/RJ Telefone: (021) 3077-4267 / 3077-4266

Guide for the Environmental Licensing of Seismic Activities

Guide for the Environmental Licensing of Drilling Activities

 

IBAMA Statement

Pará-Maranhão Basin
Pernambuco-Paraíba Basin
Espírito Santo Basin
Campos Basin
Santos Basin

 

Onshore Basins

Environmental licensing for onshore activities is a responsibility of Environmental State Agencies (OEMAs) when it occurs within only one state.

 

 

Parnaíba Basin

    Parnaíba Basin - SEMA
 
»
SEMA Statement
 
»
IBAMA Statement
       
 

Potiguar Basin- Ceará

   

Potigua Basin - SEMACE

 
»
SEMACE Statement
 
»
IBAMA Statement
  Link SEMACE
  Legislation:
 
»
Law nº 40/98 – APA Canoa Quebrada
 
»
Law nº 262/98 – APA da Praia da Ponta Grossa
»
Law nº 298/00 – APA do Manguezal da Barra Grande
 
  Rio do Peixe Basin
   
Rio do Peixe Basin - SUDEMA
 
»
SUDEMA Statement
»
IBAMA Statement
»
Link SUDEMA
 
  Recôncavo Basin
      Recôncavo Basin - SEMARH
     
»
SEMARH Statement
   
»
IBAMA Statement
   
»
Link SEMARH
   
»
Link CRA
      Legislation:
     
»
Res. CEPRAM nº 2.974/02 – Zoneamento APA Joanes-Ipitanga
 
  Espírito Santo Basin
    Espírito Santo Basin - IEMA
   
»
IEMA Statement
   
»
IBAMA Statement
 

»

Link IEMA
 

 

Errata

In the IBAMA Statement, the 3rd item of 3rd section must be replaced by:

Errata
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