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#1 macaense

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Posted 29 October 2015 - 10:04 AM

O TREM - Itabira-MG  Outubro de 2015 - 122 - Ano 10.

 

Lula e o medo das elites
Os anacrônicos interesses não admitem que o povo
assuma papel relevante na vida nacional; daí, o ódio

José Maria Rabêlo,
de Belo Horizonte-MG.

As baterias estão armadas. O ex-presidente
Lula passa a ser o alvo. Como acontece
com Dilma Rousseff, não pelos erros que
possa ter cometido, mas pelos seus numerosos
acertos em favor do Brasil e seu povo.
As elites tradicionais, que governaram no
país desde a independência, não aceitam
nenhuma liderança que possa ameaçar
seus privilégios seculares. Foi assim com
Getulio Vargas, foi assim com João Goulart,
foi assim com Leonel Brizola, está sendo assim
com Dilma e foi sempre assim com Lula.
O Brasil, para eles, é o imenso latifúndio
de que nos fala a canção, em que sua
voz deve ser a única a ser ouvida.
Por detrás da atual crise política, e é preciso
ter olhos e ouvidos bem abertos para
entendê-la, estão as valiosíssimas jazidas
do pré-sal e do êxito de seu aproveitamento
pelo governo brasileiro. Não é à toa que
a Petrobras se encontre no epicentro da
agitação golpista. Nos últimos nove anos,
a produção do pré-sal subiu de 40 mil barris
por dia para mais de 800 mil no último
mês de junho; a expectativa é de que até o
fim do ano alcance mais de um milhão. Estudos
técnicos apontam a existência na
área de uma reserva de mais de 200 bilhões
de barris. Esses dados não só alentam os
que acreditam no Brasil, mas excitam a cobiça
da pirataria internacional.
Todas as crises mundiais, neste e no
século passado, têm ou tiveram cheiro de
petróleo. Por ele, os EUA destruíram o Iraque
de Saddam Hussein; por ele, a OTAN
destruiu a Líbia de Muamar Kadafi. Não
porque fossem ditadores, mas porque seus
países detêm grandes reservas petrolíferas,
das maiores do mundo, que depois da
guerra voltaram a ser exploradas pelas multinacionais
holandesas, inglesas e norte-
americanas. É o que pretendem fazer com
nosso petróleo, como já vimos com algumas
iniciativas, a exemplo do projeto do
senador tucano José Serra, abrindo o présal
às empresas estrangeiras.
Lula sempre se bateu por uma política
nacionalista para nossas riquezas minerais.
Sempre se bateu por uma orientação independente
em nossa política externa, procurando
fortalecer instituições, como o Mercosul
e os BRICS, que oferecem ao mundo
uma alternativa às pretensões imperiais dos
EUA e de seus aliados. Internamente, seus
projetos de distribuição de renda incorporam
à sociedade milhões de homens e mulheres
que sempre estiveram marginalizados
e que agora podem influir nos destinos
do país. Os filhos de negros e pobres frequentam
as universidades, pois a educação
deixou de ser apenas um direito dos
ricos. Milhares de famílias têm agora onde
morar, graças ao Minha Casa, Minha Vida.
Tudo isso é intolerável para os velhos
e anacrônicos interesses, que não podem
admitir que o Brasil se torne uma nação
realmente livre e poderosa e que o povo
assuma um papel relevante na vida nacional.
Daí, o ódio, a violência, o destempero
verbal contra Lula e seu governo e sobretudo
o medo de que ele volte a ser presidente.
MAIS MÉDICOS: nota 9
A grande imprensa não noticia, mas os
fatos estão aí. Pesquisa da conceituada Universidade
Federal de Viçosa comprova a alta
aceitação do Mais Médicos pelos usuários.
Em uma escala de zero a dez, eles deram a
nota média de nove, com a metade dos entrevistados
atribuindo a cotação máxima.
Pesquisa com 14 mil pessoas em 700 municípios.
Que dizem a respeito nossos ilustres
doutores afastados do povão e suas alienadas
associações de classe, que continuam até
hoje obstinadas em combater o programa?


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Posted 29 October 2015 - 11:35 AM

EXCERPT: Estudos
técnicos apontam a existência na
área de uma reserva de mais de 200 bilhões
de barris. Esses dados não só alentam os
que acreditam no Brasil, mas excitam a cobiça
da pirataria internacional.


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Posted 29 October 2015 - 02:18 PM

PETROBRAS  2015  via REUTERS !

 

http://engforum.prav...as#entry2583856


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Posted 29 October 2015 - 02:26 PM

PETROBRAS  -  Reserves  -  REUTERS  report  2015

 

 

http://engforum.prav...as#entry2580144


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Posted 29 October 2015 - 07:30 PM

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Posted 31 October 2015 - 10:34 PM

Markets | Tue Mar 12, 2013 10:36am EDT Brazil says subsalt oil finds could triple total reserves
 
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* Evaluated fields could hold 35 bln barrels

* Subsalt auction to be held Nov. 28

(Reuters) - Brazil's giant subsalt oil and gas region could yield 35 billion barrels of recoverable oil equivalent, more than double Brazil's existing reserves, an energy ministry representative said on Tuesday.

Analysts have said the total amount of oil in the New York State-sized subsalt region that was discovered in 2007 could be about 100 billion barrels of recoverable oil, or enough to provide all current U.S. oil needs for about 14 years.

"Subsalt discoveries that have been evaluated so far suggest a volume of recoverable oil more than double Brazil's proven reserves," said Marco Antonio Martins Almeida, secretary of oil and gas at Brazil's Ministry of Mines and Energy.

"That means we could have three times our reserves just with the volumes that have already been evaluated," he said at a conference in Rio de Janeiro.

The BM-S-8 block operated by state-led oil company Petrobras in the Santos Basin alone likely has 1 billion barrels of recoverable oil, he said. Petrobras said it found good-quality oil in the Carcara well in the block, located in the Santos Basin, on Jan. 2.

Almeida said exploration rights to subsalt fields will be auctioned to private investors on Nov. 28 under a new regulatory framework for the industry in Brazil.


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Posted 31 October 2015 - 10:38 PM

EXCERPT:  March 12,  2013

 

"Analysts have said the total amount of oil in the New York State-sized subsalt region that was discovered in 2007 could be about 100 billion barrels of recoverable oil, or enough to provide all current U.S. oil needs for about 14 years."


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Posted 31 October 2015 - 10:43 PM

EXCERPT:  Petrobras  2015  -  REUTERS

 

 

Industries | Mon Aug 10, 2015 4:14pm EDT
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Brazil offshore subsalt holds 176 bln bbls of oil, gas -study
RIO DE JANEIRO | By Jeb Blount
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Aug 10 Brazil's Subsalt Polygon, an offshore area that has already yielded some of the world's largest recent oil finds, may hold enough undiscovered petroleum and gas to supply the world's current oil needs for more than five years, researchers said.

The Polygon, which covers most of Brazil's Santos and Campos offshore sedimentary basins, contains at least 176 billion barrels of undiscovered, recoverable resources of oil and natural gas (barrels of oil equivalent), according to study released last week by Cleveland Jones and Hernane Chaves of the National Institute of Oil and Gas (INOG) at Rio de Janeiro-State University.

That is more than four times the 30 billion to 40 billion boe already discovered in the area.

"This is a conservative estimate with a high probability of coming true, 90 percent in fact," Jones said. "In theory, total undiscovered, recoverable resources in the Subsalt Polygon could be as high as 273 billion barrels, but the higher number only has a statistical certainty level of 10 percent."

Subsalt refers to oil trapped far beneath the Earth's surface or seabed by a layer of mineral salts. The Polygon is a Brazilian legal district that covers an offshore area near Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo where Brazil already gets about 85 percent of its oil and gas.

The INOG's estimate is the only major public assessment of the Subsalt Polygon's potential. The 2015 estimate is 54 percent bigger than the INOG's 2010 estimate of 114 to 288 billion boe. That survey put the probability of the lower estimate at 90 percent and the higher outlook at 10 percent.

Unlike other democratic, oil-producing countries such as the United States, Canada, Britain and Norway, Brazil's government and petroleum regulator ANP does not publish estimates of potential Brazilian offshore resources.

"Brazil has been remiss in not making such numbers public," said John Forman, a former director of Brazil's oil regulator ANP. He added that the INOC estimate is the only reliable public estimate available and that it uses industry-accepted methods.

Taken individually, the average size of undiscovered fields within the Subsalt Polygon is 246 million boe, according to the 2015 study's most conservative estimate.

Recoverable resources are exploitable using current technology, but may not be viable depending on the price of oil, the cost of equipment and the financial health of the companies that own the rights to produce them. Resources can only become reserves if they economically exploitable. (Reporting by Jeb Blount; Editing by Marguerita Choy)

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