EnP, a company launched in March this year, acquired 50% of the exploratory blocks ES-T-305, 409, 429, 466, 486A, 517 e 527, through its subsidiary EnP Ecossistemas Energéticos, in partnership with Imetame Energia (50%), operator of the consortium.

The selection of these blocks was based on an unprecedented study that provided a new vision of the potential of the Espírito Santo onshore Basin.

This acquisition adds more assets to the current company’s portfolio in the Espírito Santo Basin, where EnP holds also 50% participating interests on 5 onshore exploration blocks (ES-T-354, 373, 441, 477, and 487), including the discovery of Vida , and 50% of the SPE that operates the Lagoa Parda, Lagoa Parda Norte, and Lagoa Piabanha fields.

This move is part of the strategy to implement an integrated regional portfolio, with an initial focus on Espírito Santo, composed of exploration and production assets, gas infrastructure (UPGN Lagoa Parda and Hub Gasines), and modular refineries (RefinES and RelubES).

“EnP consolidates its presence in the onshore capixaba and demonstrates, once again, its belief in the attractiveness of onshore exploration and production in Brazil”, celebrated CEO Marcio Felix.