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Technical data package

Published: Thursday, 19 October 2017 17:51 | Last Updated: Tuesday, 28 November 2017 15:58

The technical data package is a compilation of public technical data selected by ANP for the bidding process regarding each sedimentary basin and sector where the offered objects are located.

For the blocks in the 3rd Bidding Round of Production Sharing, one or more technical data packages were prepared.

Each package consists of a set of regional data, including seismic lines and data on wells, selected at ANP’s discretion for each block.


Access and receipt of the technical data package

The technical data package shall be made available to the bidders that, under the call for bids: (i) filled the electronic enrollment form; (ii) evidenced payment of the participation fee and (iii) submitted the confidentiality agreement, evidencing its signatory’s powers through the documents.

If the confidentiality agreement has been signed by the same legal representative of the bidder that has signed the Terms of Use of the Exploration and Production Database (BDEP), in line with ANP Resolution No. 01/2015 or a subsequent standard, it will not be necessary to evidence the signatory’s powers to pick up the data package, provided that:

a) the bidder that signed the Term of Use of the BDEP is the same bidder participating in the 3nd Bidding Round of Production Sharing; 
b) the Term of Use is duly updated and effective. 


Remote Access

Preferred access to the technical data package shall be through a remote system available on the website

The password to access the system shall be sent by ANP to the main accredited representatives appointed by the bidders by email. 


Receipt of the technical data package in person

Technical data packages may be picked up in person at ANP/Urca, located at Av. Pasteur, nº 404, blocos A4, Urca, Rio de Janeiro – RJ, upon previous scheduling by the email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

In this case, the bidder shall deliver directly to ANP/Urca a new external hard drive (HD), in a sealed package, with a minimum storage capacity of 1 TB for recording of the technical data packages.

The technical data packages may be picked up by:

a) an accredited representative;
b) the legal representative of the bidder that signed the Term of Use of the BDEP;
c) a person authorized by the accredited representative or the legal representative that signed the Term of Use of the BDEP. The name, identification card, and title of the authorized person shall be included in ANNEX IV to the tender protocol.


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