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Transportation And Processing Agreements

Petrobras has signed agreements with Petrogal Brasil, Repsol Sinopec Brasil and Shell Brasil – partners in the offshore gas pipelines in the Santos basin before salt – to share infrastructure for the transport and processing of natural gas. The pipeline is a means of transport in its own right, which belongs to the category of transport called “network” or “network”. Its essential quality is the use of fixed installations that require extremely high capital, but generate relatively low operating costs. This cost of capital is a flooded cost and their payback time is extremely long. (Reuters) – Energy transfer LP ET. N said Wednesday that it has signed agreements with an unsused company for the collection, processing, transportation and fractionation of natural gas (LNG) liquids in the Eagle Ford Shale Basin through 2034 and in the Delaware Basin through 2040. At a time when many old transport and processing agreements were being developed, little thought was given to the use of cost-sharing mechanisms. As with the CRTA, most cost-sharing schemes do not apply until about twenty years after the entry into force of the agreement. The first 20 years (or something like that) are governed by an agreed rate.

They show the commitment of all partners to contribute to the development of a competitive and sustainable market in the country. On 10 September 1990, the TGTL, as shippers, and the predecessors of the CATS parties as owners, entered into a capacity and transport reservation agreement (hereinafter CRTA). . . .

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