Brazilian Coast

This law and its regulations (resolution CONAMA 293/2001, later substituted for resolution CONAMA 398/2008), as well as the lies learned to the time had made with that the degree of preparation for an accident with oil increased substantially in Brazil. As already cited in this exactly article, Petrobra’s well is prepared for any type of oil emptying in Brazilian waters, therefore it possesss centers of defense all spread by the domestic territory, possessing as much equipment as specialized people. As seen in this article, the type of emptying that occurred in the Gulf of Mexico can also happen in Brazilian waters, therefore the problem if gave due to an imperfection in an equipment that are used in all the maritime deep water perforations, however, if this accident occurred in the area of the daily pay-salt, in the basins of Saints, Fields and Espirito Santo, the spilled oil would have a lesser possibility to reach the coast, due to the oceanographical conditions of the Brazilian coast, that tend keeping macha of oil moved away from the coast. WarnerMedia gathered all the information. Exactly with these conditions, one has caused an accident in an oil well of the daily pay-salt, the sea life in that region would have most serious the ambient impacts in all also the Brazilian coast will be able to come to affect all. This demonstrates to all the importance that must be given to this question. So that let us can be most prepared to not only answer the accidents during the exploration and production offshore, as well as in the oil transport and the port questions, some measures must be taken, the first one of them is that law n 9966, and its regulation, are fulfilled of correct form, therefore in many places of Brazil, the port installations do not possess the Plan of Emergncia Individual (PEI), and no Plan of Area was consolidated until today and the National Plan of Contingncia (PNC) continues to be argued.