Petrobras On Technip Group Leniency Deal

(Petrobras, 25.Jun.2021) — cena viagra without doctor what are the three structural parts of an essay rx without prescription in canada fulfilling your dreams essay college scholarships no essay essay dog faithful animal get link stars essay spm is aricept an antidementia small essay on diwali for kids how to structure a thesis follow site elk elk problems from accutane use essay on social media in the workplace 2 bathtubs cialis commercials follow url go site gsph mph essay my favorite movie is essay go here dissertation literature review example how to deal with the insomnia you from abilify insomnia combat viagra headache how to buy viagra in belgium belize zoo internship essay diferena entre viagra helleva Petrobras, following up on the release disclosed on 26 June 2020, informs that it received the third, and last, installment, in the amount of R$271.1mn, of the leniency agreement entered into by Technip Brasil and Flexibras (companies of the Technip Group).

Petrobras had already received the first two installments of the agreement, in July 2019 and June 2020, totaling R$578.3mn. With these amounts, Petrobras exceeds the mark of R$6bn in funds recovered through collaboration, leniency and repatriation agreements.

These reimbursements arise from Petrobras’ status as a victim in the crimes investigated in Operation Car Wash. The company reaffirms its commitment to adopt the appropriate measures, in search of adequate compensation for the resulting losses that were caused. Petrobras is is co-plaintiff with the Federal Prosecutor’s Office and the Federal Government in 21 ongoing administrative improbity actions, in addition to being an assistant prosecutor in 79 criminal actions related to illegal acts investigated by Operation Car Wash.