Next Stop: Jupiter — Brazil’s ‘Huge’ Gas Field Find

As reported by BBC, a huge natural gas field has been found a short distance off Rio de Janeiro’s coastline, another recent find which could help turn Brazil into even more of a leading global energy supplier.  According to Petrobras, the company believes the new field, Jupiter, could match the recently discovered Tupi oil field (thought to be one of the largest fields discovered in the past 20 years) in size.  Certainly more good news for Brazil and Petrobras…

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