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  • 2.132 employees
    2.132 employees
  • 144 engineers
    144 engineers
  • 97 biologists and oceanographers
    97 biologists and oceanographers
  • 57 M.Scs and PhDs
    57 M.Scs and PhDs
  • + than 100 drills conducted with Ibama
    + than 100 drills conducted with Ibama
  • + than 2,600 boomings carried out in 2019
    + than 2,600 boomings carried out in 2019
  • 34 offshore vessels
    34 offshore vessels
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OceanPact’s Flavio Andrade features in 13th edition of BlueTech Week

On Wednesday, November 17, OceanPact’s CEO, Flavio Andrade, took part in the 13th edition of BlueTech Week, held between November 15 and 19. This event is dedicated to innovation, collaboration, […]

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OceanPact participates in training of environmental leaders

On September 29, there was a webinar as part of the Environmental Leaders Training Program – United for the Ocean, which was attended by Ana Lyra, OceanPact’s sustainability leader. The […]

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OceanPact supports Struggle of People with Disabilities through information and initiatives, including a conversation with Lars Grael

Diversity, inclusion and belonging are principles that enhance our identity and capacity to act for human, social and economic well-being. We are committed to safety on land and at sea, […]

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Webinar explores new technologies for efficient environmental emergency response management

A webinar titled “New Technologies for Efficient Environmental Emergency Response Management” was held on August 25. It provided an opportunity for people accessing the Rio Oil & Gas platform to […]

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OceanPact has new human resources director

Human resources professional Tatiana Melamed was appointed OceanPact’s HR director in July. She will be responsible for integrating human resources practices, policies and governance across all the group’s companies. Melamed […]

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OceanPact supports Instituto Mar Urbano, a non-governmental organization that generates and shares knowledge about the marine environment, with a focus on human well-being and the natural resources essential for life. Its mission is to bring people closer to nature, bringing scientific knowledge to the population and debating current environmental issues.

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