This excerpt taken from the PBR 20-F filed Jun 30, 2005.
DISTRIBUTION OF INTERNATIONAL EXPLORATION ACTIVITIES
Over the past three years, we have participated in the development of a number of fields internationally. These include: many fields in Argentina concentrated in Neuquen and Austral basins (the most important fields were Medanito, Puesto Hernandez, Rio Néuquen, Santa Cruz I and Santa Cruz II), three in Bolivia (San Alberto, San Antonio, and Colpa Caranda), six in Colombia (Guando, Rio Ceiba, Yaguara, Venganza, Purificación and Revancha), two in the United States (GB 200 and North Coulomb), one in Angola (Tubarão), one in Nigeria (Agbami), two in Ecuador (Block 18 and Block 31), one in Peru (Lote X) and four in Venezuela (Ortiupano-Leona, Mata, Acema and La Concepción).
In 2004, our net production outside of Brazil averaged 168,489 barrels per day of crude oil and NGLs and 94,150 barrels of oil equivalent of natural gas per day at an average lifting cost of U.S.$2.60 per barrel. The following table provides information on the allocation of our international development activities for each of 2004, 2003 and 2002.