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Brazil’s Oil Riches: First found in people’s minds, again Presentation to the University of Houston C. T. Bauer College of Business Global Energy Management Institute. Renato T Bertani October 2008. The Current Energy Matrix: fossil fuels are by far the largest source of energy.

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renato t bertani october 2008

Brazil’s Oil Riches:First found in people’s minds, againPresentation to the University of HoustonC. T. Bauer College of BusinessGlobal Energy Management Institute

Renato T Bertani

October 2008

slide2

The Current Energy Matrix: fossil fuels are by far the largest source of energy

Total Consumption: 462 quadrillion btu

Total Consumption: 462 quadrillion btu

OECD

NON OECD

Liquids: Conventional (oil, condensate, natural gas plant liquids, refinery gains)

Non-Conventional (oil sands, extra heavy oil, biofuels, GTL, CTL)

Source: EIA, Sept08

slide3

Fossil Fuels will continue as the main source of energy

Source: EIA, Sept 08

Liquids: Conventional (oil, condensate, natural gas plant liquids, refinery gains)

Non-Conventional (oil sands, extra heavy oil, biofuels, GTL, CTL)

slide4

Long Term Price Scenarios

$150??

OIL PRICE

$/BO

VOLATILITY

STABILITY

$80

GAS PRICE

$/BOE

GAS PRICE

$/BOE

$40

slide5

A journey towards the blue waters

(where the big fish roam!!)

slide7

Pre salt source, post salt reservoirs

Source: F. Nepomuceno, 2008

Petrobras

slide8

Campos Basin Post Salt Giant Fields

Source: F. Nepomuceno, 2008

Petrobras

slide9

Steady and steep reserves growth

OIL AND GAS RESERVES – SPE CRITERIA

Onshore

Shallow water (0-300m)

Deep water (>300m)

slide10

Steady oil production growth

Petrobras Oil Production – kb/day

slide12

Pre Salt Reservoirs and Recent Analog

Source: José Formigli, 2008, Petrobras

slide14

Pre salt source, pre salt reservoirs

Source: F. Nepomuceno, 2008

Petrobras

slide15

The Santos Basin Pre Salt Cluster

PRE SALT DISCOVERIES OFFSHORE BRAZIL

Source: O Globo Sept 25,08

slide16

The Pre Salt Province

Source: José Formigli, 2008, Petrobras

slide17

Technologies

  • Technological Challenges
  • Reservoir characterization
  • Well Drilling and Completion
    • Well deviation in salt zones
    • CO2 resistant materials
    • Highly deviated wells
  • Subsea Engineering
    • WD: 2,200m and deeper
    • High Pressure, CO2
  • Flow assurance and artificial lifting
  • Floating Production Units
    • Mooring
    • Interaction with risers
    • Direct access to wells (SPARS, other alternatives

Source: José Formigli, 2008, Petrobras

slide18

Logistics Challenge

Source: José Formigli, 2008, Petrobras

slide19

Supply Challenges...

...and Opportunities

Petrobras Contracting Program

Tendered

To be tendered

Total

Large Ships

Supply Boats

Production Units (FPSO/SS)

Other (JackUps, TLWP)

TOTAL

Source: José Gabrielli, 2008, Petrobras