Petrobras Turns Taps Back on at Cherne

The Regional Labor and Employment Superintendency of Rio de Janeiro has granted consent to Petrobras to restart production at the Cherne II (PCH2) platform, located in the Campos Basin in 466 feet (142 meters) of water. The platform, which has been shut-in since January 19 because of a fire, will reach total capacity following a scheduled maintenance that will begin at the end of the month. The Cherne II platform, which was installed in the Campos Basin in 1983, produces about 9,300 bopd.

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