We arrived in Peru in 1996, and since then we have made several investments.
We hold stakes in exploration assets from north to south in the country, in three different basins: Marañón, Huallaga, and Madre de Dios. We are present in four onshore blocks: three in exploration and one in production. The company produces in Peru in lot X, in a field located in the District of El Alto, Talara basin, northwestern Peru.
The discoveries made in Lot 58, operated by Petrobras, are worthy of note. The Urubamba, Picha and Taini wells hold a volume of contingent (recoverable) resources of 2.0 Tcm (56.6 trillion cubic meters) of natural gas and 113.7 million barrels of condensate, a result of the efforts made to develop the exploration program in the lots where the company operates in the country. Petrobras has a 100 percent interest in this lot, located in the Department of Cuzco, near Camisea.
It is also important to highlight Petrobras' interests in Lot 57, in Peru, where it holds a stake of 46.16 percent.
Social and environmental responsibility
Our business in the country is always done with social and environmental responsibilities. We follow-up on the communities’ socioeconomic growth by means of guidelines and policies that encourage the population’s sustainable development.
Together with the authorities and the civil society, we also undertake a series of projects focused on five lines of action: education, job generation, environment, infrastructure, and institutional reinforcement.