Pollution Control Project

The Pollution Control Project is made up of a set of procedures adopted at our offshore units) and vessels, with the objective of minimizing the pollution caused by the creation and disposal of waste.

Environmental Education Project (PEA) (PEA)

The Environmental Education Project, nicknamed Observação, maintains operational the socio-environmental observatories that identify and monitor the impact of oil and gas production in the communities surrounding the production chain.

Social Communication Project

The project informs the community regarding oil and gas production activities at the Polvo Field and about environmental impacts and the social projects that are conducted within the scope of the federal environmental license.

PetroRio communicates these results to the society twice a year.


Environmental Monitoring Project

Environmental monitoring is an action performed in order to know the current state of the environment in a specific area or region. It is a very important project for the licensing that evaluates the conditions at the start of the oil and gas production activities at the Polvo Field and continues to monitor the environment and its resources throughout the useful life of the field.

Employee Environmental Education Project

Committed to environmental conservation, PetroRio trains 100% of its employees with the goal of developing a critical vision for evaluating possible socio-environmental and operational risks and impacts of their activities.

Individual Emergency Plan

This plan guides PetroRio in cases where a fast emergency response is needed during an oil leak at sea, seeking to minimize negative impact to the environment and and surrounding communities in the Polvo Field influence area.

Platform and Vessel Impact on Birds Life Monitoring Project

This is a tool used to guide actions for assistance and emergency management of birds, which may be drawn to the drilling and production activities carried out at the Polvo Field.

Fauna Protection Plan

Is a tool used to guide the response actions in regards to fauna during an oil leak at sea.