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Porto do Açu

More than a port

As a result of investments made by companies established in Açu, which already total R$ 18 billion, Porto do Açu is the only fully private port-industrial complex in operation in Brazil. Açu has the third largest iron ore terminal in Brazil, accounts for 25% of Brazilian oil exports, houses what will be the largest thermal power park in Latin America and has the largest offshore support base in the world.

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Responsible for 25% of Brazilian oil EXPORTS

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THIRD LARGEST iron ore terminal in Brazil


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Strategic location

Located in the southeast, the region responsible for 54% of Brazil’s GDP, and near the main crude oil basins

Integrated solution

Ready-made platform to drive sustainability and shared value in O&G chains

Unique potential for industrialization

world-class port infrastructure, modern private management, and industrial district distant from large urban centers Learn more about opportunities in the Port of Açu

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Operating in Açu since 2014, the company offers a base of environmental protection and offshore logistics to respond to emergencies.

In addition to the most modern flexible pipe factory in the world, the company has a spool base in the Port of Açu.

Global company with a flexible pipe production unit in Açu to support the offshore industry.

This Acteon Group company provides anchoring services for rigs and FPSOs.

The U.S.-based leader in maritime transportation solutions installed the world’s largest offshore support base in Açu.

Company in charge of the port’s administration, offering customized solutions focused on efficiency and safety.

This Spanish company set up in Açu its first module assembly plant in Brazil to serve the oil and gas industry.

Occupies 10,000m2 and offers logistic services to Port of Açu clients.

Convenience center for Açu customers, with offices, shops, and a healthcare facility.

Company responsible for the construction of the largest thermal power complex in Latin America; its first plant, UTE GNA I, started operations in 2021.

First company set up in Açu, in 2014, to move iron ore through its Ore Terminal, which connects Rio de Janeiro and Minas Gerais states.

Focused on extraction and processing of platinum metals; owns 50% of Ferroport, the company in charge of the iron ore terminal.

Executes oil transshipment on its oil terminal in Açu, whose licensed capacity is 1.2 mbpd

Ready to operate 460m of quay along the entrance channel of Terminal 2, the company offers logistic, maintenance and repair services for the offshore industry.

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Company with a fuel terminal in Açu to distribute marine fuels, serving ships of all sizes and activities.

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The aerodrome built by the Aeropart group will serve as an offshore support base with capacity for 20 large-sized helicopters.