An increase in demand from the oil and gas industry, principally because of the pre-salt reserves, is driving scientific innovation in Brazil and is helping to create a generation of young researchers who, instead of moving abroad, work for the benefit of technological advancement in the country.
We announce two major oil discoveries and a gas discovery in ultradeep Hadrian area waters, in the Keathley Canyon concession, in the U.S. portion of the Gulf of Mexico. Recoverable volumes are estimated in excess of 700 million barrels of oil equivalent in the Keathley Canyon blocks, among the biggest discoveries made in the Gulf of Mexico in the last decade.
Get to know these three young researchers who, instead of moving abroad, work for the benefit of technological advancement in the country: Rodolfo Trentin Gonçalves, Joel Sena Sales Junior and Andre Alves de Souza.
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