In a series of posts on Twitter, the head of Petrobras (PETR3; PETR4), Jean-Paul Prats, reported that the agreements signed with Chinese companies, which were announced last Wednesday evening (30), aim to search for possible partnerships with a series of countries.
Brazil, China, Bolivia and Suriname were the countries mentioned: “Our mission in China continues to produce excellent results for Petrobras and Brazil! We have signed four memorandums of understanding with Chinese energy companies, Sinopec, Sinopec and CITIC Construction, which are the leading oil and energy groups in China. The agreements were signed In Beijing from August 28 to 30, during the company’s strategic mission in the country.
Also, according to the publications, the agreements aim to explore new joint business opportunities.
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Prats has been on a mission to China since the end of last week, where he signed agreements targeting the exploration and production sectors, energy transmission, refining, petrochemicals, renewable energy, hydrogen, fertilizers, ammonia and carbon capture.
Petrobras shares were down Thursday (31). At 6:00 p.m., the papers are out Peter3 It closed at R$ 34.54 and Peter4 31.94 Brazilian reals. The decline was 2.70% and 2.08%, respectively.
Check out the sequence of tweets below:
In collaboration: Vittoria Tedeschi.