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Pedro Parente
CEO
Petrobras Day
New York
October 2, 2017
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Disclaimer
FORWARD-LOOKING STATEMENTS:
DISCLAIMER
The presentation may contain forward-looking statements about future events
within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and
Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended, that are not
based on historical facts and are not assurances of future results. Such forward-
looking statements merely reflect the Company’s current views and estimates of
future economic circumstances, industry conditions, company performance and
financial results. Such terms as "anticipate", "believe", "expect", "forecast",
"intend", "plan", "project", "seek", "should", along with similar or analogous
expressions, are used to identify such forward-looking statements. Readers are
cautioned that these statements are only projections and may differ materially
from actual future results or events. Readers are referred to the documents
filed by the Company with the SEC, specifically the Company’s most recent
Annual Report on Form 20-F, which identify important risk factors that could
cause actual results to differ from those contained in the forward-looking
statements, including, among other things, risks relating to general economic
and business conditions, including crude oil and other commodity prices, refining
margins and prevailing exchange rates, uncertainties inherent in making
estimates of our oil and gas reserves including recently discovered oil and gas
reserves, international and Brazilian political, economic and social
developments, receipt of governmental approvals and licenses and our ability to
obtain financing.
We undertake no obligation to publicly update or revise any forward-looking
statements, whether as a result of new information or future events or for any
other reason. Figures for 2017 on are estimates or targets.
All forward-looking statements are expressly qualified in their entirety by this
cautionary statement, and you should not place reliance on any forward-looking
statement contained in this presentation.
In addition, this presentation also contains certain financial measures that are
not recognized under Brazilian GAAP or IFRS. These measures do not have
standardized meanings and may not be comparable to similarly-titled measures
provided by other companies. We are providing these measures because we use
them as a measure of company performance; they should not be considered in
isolation or as a substitute for other financial measures that have been disclosed
in accordance with Brazilian GAAP or IFRS.
NON-SEC COMPLIANT OIL AND GAS RESERVES:
CAUTIONARY STATEMENT FOR US INVESTORS
We present certain data in this presentation, such as oil and gas resources, that
we are not permitted to present in documents filed with the United States
Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) under new Subpart 1200 to Regulation
S-K because such terms do not qualify as proved, probable or possible reserves
under Rule 4-10(a) of Regulation S-X.
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SUMMARY
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1. Petrobras at a glance
2. Oil & Gas industry
3. Brazil – regulatory framework
4. Our strengths
5. Our deliveries
6. Planning the future
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Pre-salt
  United States
 Mexico
Brazil     
Uruguay  
 Argentina
 Bolivia
 Paraguay
  Colombia
 Nigeria
W
Petrobras at a glance
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Exploration & Production
1.7 MMboe/d
Pre-salt operated
production
9.7 Bnboe*
1P Reserves
2.3 MMbbl/d
Capacity
2.0 MMbbl/d
Domestic oil
product sales
14
Refineries
7.7k km
Oil pipelines
56
Vessel Fleet
7.1k km
Gas pipelines
2.8 MMboe/d
Refining
6.1 GW
Installed capacity
59 MMm³/d
Gas sales
Transportation
Gas & power
Distribution & Retail
8,564
Service stations
46 MMm³
Oil products sales in
2016
* Reserves reported according to SEC criteria
5
108.7
98.9
52.3
44.1
51.6
2013 2014 2015 2016 2017*
Oil Price - Brent (Annual average – Nominal)
* Average until August 31, 2017 Source: Bloomberg
US$/barrel
1.5
2
1.3
1.8
1.2
0.1
-0.2
0.6
0.2
-0.7
87
89
91
93
95
97
99
1Q15 2Q15 3Q15 4Q15 1Q16 2Q16 3Q16 4Q16 1Q17 2Q17
Excess of Supply Oil Supply Oil Demand
Balance between Oil Demand and Supply
Source: International Energy Agency – July/2017 Oil Market Report
Millionbpd
Global Oil & Gas sector is facing a challenging scenario
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1997 1998 1999 2006 2008 2013
End of
Petrobras
monopoly
Market opening:
competitive
environment
New companies
entered Brazil
in partnerships
with Petrobras
Beginning of
bid rounds
Pre-salt
discovery
Beginning of
discussions of
new pre-salt
regulatory
framework
Interruption of
bid rounds
Libra
Bid Round
Review of regulatory
frameworks to attract
more investments
 Pre-emption rights in pre-salt
bidding rounds
 Improvement in local content
policy
 Improvement in natural gas
regulatory framework
 Predictability of bidding rounds
 Renewal of special tax regime
(REPETRO)
16 bid rounds
with several companies taking part
But Brazil is taking the opportunity to improve its business environment
2016
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2017
14th Bid Round
(Concession)
September 27th
2018 2019
15th Bid Round
Concession
16th Bid Round
Concession
4th Bid Round
Production
Sharing
Agreement
5th Bid Round
Production
Sharing
Agreement
5th Bid Round
Mature fields
concession
6th Bid Round
Mature fields
concession
5 Offshore Basins
6 Onshore Basins
4th Bid Round
(Mature)
May 11th
Potiguar
Espírito
Santo
Recôncavo
9 Areas in
3 Onshore
Basins
2th Bid Round
(PSA-Unitization)
October 27th
3th Bid Round
(PSA – Pre-Salt Areas)
October 27th
SAPINHOÁ
CARCARÁ
GATO DO MATO
TARTARUGA VERDE
Alto de Cabo Frio Oeste
Alto de Cabo Frio Central
Unitization Areas
Exploration Areas
Pau-Brasil
Peroba
Recôncavo
Potiguar
Espírito
Santo
Sergipe &
Alagoas
Santos
Campos
Parnaíba
Paraná
Pelotas
Areas in which Petrobras manifested its pre-emption rights (WI 30%)
Bid rounds are now predictable
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BRAZIL-BOLIVIA
GAS PIPELINE
MS PR
SP
6 blocks in the Campos Basin
• Partnership with Exxon, with 50% WI
• Petrobras is the operator
• Potential Pre-salt play
• Most competitive sector of the bid
• Eight big companies bid for this sector:
Petrobras, Exxon, BP, Shell, Total, CNOOC,
Repsol and Karoon
1 block in the Paraná Basin
• Gas opportunity
• New exploratory frontier
• Installed infrastructure
Petrobras was awarded seven new blocks in the 14th Brazil bid round
Exploratory portfolio recomposition
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Brazil’s 14th Bidding Round
(September 27, 2017)
 Concession regime
 Simplified rules including lower local
content requirements
 High liquidity blocks
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With selectiveness in a competitive bid round
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DistributionRefining & Trading
others27 %
3 %
19 %
20 %
31 %
+100
Other retailers
99 %
1 %
Exploration & Production
79% of
demand
49 %
51 %
21% of
demand
Third
parties
Production
Import
Source: ANP (Brazil), June 2017
Companies with production in Brazil
Source: ANP (Brazil), up to December 2016 Source: Sindcom (Brazil), up to May 2017
51%26%
12%
3%
3% 2% 3%
+40
other E&P
companies
with partners standalone
Other
companies
Opportunities in all oil & gas segments in Brazil
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Crude Oil
Oil Products
Brazilian market is long in crude oil, short in oil products
and far from main markets
Exploration & Production
 Leader in deep-water production, with access to abundant oil
reserves
 Access to already discovered volumes in areas with existing
operations
Downstream
 7th largest oil market, far from other refining centers
 Balance and integration between production, refining and
demand
Gas & Power
 Fully developed infrastructure for processing and transporting
oil and gas
 Integration across full energy and hydrocarbon chain in Brazil
Distribution & Retail
 Market leader and top of mind brand
 Nationwide presence
Petrobras is an integrated company with competitive advantages
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WELLSSUBSEARESERVOIR FACILITIES
WAG (6°)
LWR
WAG (6°)
LWR
JUMPER (6°)
Simplified Project of
Intelligent Completion
US$ 82 million
saved by reducing (12 days)
the completion process of
injections wells
Single-line WAG
US$300 million
saved by cutting the
number of flexible lines
used
Appraisal Strategy
Optimization
US$360 million
saved in Libra projects,
by decreasing (460 days) the
evaluation phase
CO2 separation and
reinjection
4.5 MM tons
separated and reinjected
in Lula and Sapinhoá fields
between 2010-2016
Leader in deep water technologies, constantly developing innovative
solutions to reduce costs in offshore projects
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Note: Water Alternating Gas (WAG)
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,
Majority of
Independent
members
Board of Directors and
Executive Team
By-Laws
Implementation of independent
Whistleblowing Channel with
guaranteed anonymity:
contatoseguro.com.br/petrobras
Minority Committee to
evaluate the relevant
transactions between
Petrobras and its related
parties
Statutory Committees to
strengthen commitment and
accountability of executive
managers in the decision-making
Shared authorization
process for every relevant
investment decision
Risk management policy
Compliance policy
Succession policy
Related parties
transaction policy
Dividend distribution
policy
CEO ≠ Chairman
2 year-term
3 maximum reelections
Integrity background
check for all the
executives
25% is the minimum
required in the
Petrobras By-Laws
Policies
Decision making
Ethics and
Transparency
Integrity evaluation of the
nominees for all members of
top management, suppliers and
counterparts
And is strengthening its corporate governance
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Law
13.303
Petrobras
By-Laws
Certifications
B3
 Strong restrictions for nominations to the Board of Directors
 Disclosure rules related to the controller shareholder’s interest
 Minimum requirements and impediments for executive nomination
 Minority Committee to evaluate relevant transactions with related parties
(federal government, among others)
 Certification in the Corporate Governance Program for State-Owned Companies
 Annual evaluation of the member of Board of Directors by an external organization
 Code of Ethics annual training
Creating conditions to maintain a strong governance in the long run
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What has changed?
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OUR VISION
An integrated energy company focused on oil and gas that
evolves with society, creating high value, with a unique
technical capability
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1.1
in 2Q17
Main metrics of the BP
2017-2021
Reduction in
LEVERAGE
Net Debt / LTM Adjusted
EBITDA
TO
2.5
by 2018
FROM
5.1
in 2015
3.2
in 2Q17
5.1
4.8
4.3
3.9
3.5
3.2 3.2
4Q15 1Q16 2Q16 3Q16 4Q16 1Q17 2Q17
Reduction of
36%
in the Total Recordable Injury
Frequency Rate*
TO
1.4
in 2018
FROM
2.2
in 2015
2.2
1.6
1.9
1.4 1.4 1.4
1.1
4Q15 1Q16 2Q16 3Q16 4Q16 1Q17 2Q17
We are moving
towards the
target
We are already below the
plan acceptable limit
* number of reportable injuries per million man-hours
Petrobras Business Plan has two main metrics
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PRICES
 New pricing policy implemented in Oct/16
 Short-term adherence to international prices
 Higher efficiency in capital allocation
 Focus on upstream projects
CAPEX
OPEX
PARTNERSHIPS AND
DIVESTMENTS
 US$ 13.6 billion on partnerships and
divestments in 2015-2016, US$ 21 billion
planned for 2017-2018
 Strategic alliances with Statoil, Total and
CNPC
 12% reduction in manageable operating costs
since 2016
 Implementation of Zero Base Budgeting
Based on four pillars, which are being delivered
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Key Drivers
 Alignment to international prices
 Daily decisions
 Key for attracting new partners in
downstream segment
Implemented Pricing Policy aims prices always above international parity
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E&P Capex / Total Capex
Onshore and
shallow
Deep and
Ultradeep
water
Pre-salt
(Ebitda/boe)
1.9x
1.6x
Higher Profitability
30%
40%
50%
60%
70%
80%
90%
100%
2002 2004 2006 2008 2010 2012 2014 2016
Peers Petrobras
Note: Peers considers RDS, ExxonMobil, Chevron and BP
E&P Capex
2017-2021
Investments are focused on more profitable projects
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Competitive portfolio breakeven
Point-forward breakeven reduction of 30%
Building a competitive upstream portfolio in a lower price scenario
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Portfolio 2017 2:
30 US$/bbl
Portfolio 2014 1:
43 US$/bbl
 Pre-salt knowledge base
 Technology development
 Portfolio management & selectiveness
 High productivity and low lifting cost
 Selectiveness for new exploratory
opportunities
 Preemption rights in pre-salt areas
 ToR 3 renegotiation
 Better regulatory and tax framework
Lower local content requirements
Renewal of special tax regime (Repetro)
1) Business Plan 2014-18
2) Business Plan 2017-21
3) Transfer of Rights
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And great competitiveness worldwide
Middle East
Russia
Algeria
China Brazil
Kazakhstan
NA
Tight
Oil
Canada
oil sands
West
Africa
Norway
and UK
US
GoM
Venezuela
$0
$20
$40
$60
$80
$100
$120
0 3.000 6.000 9.000 12.000 15.000 18.000 21.000 24.000 27.000
2016full-cycleBrentBreakeven,US$/bbl
New crude oil production, thousand b/d
.
* Breakeven price range
for a typical Pre-salt
project
Sources: IHS Markit 2016; *Petrobras
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Operating costs are being reduced
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R$Billion
78,470
68,829 63,152
2015 2016 1H17
 Technical standardization
 Contracts renegotiation: reduction in fleet and daily rates
 Organizational restructuring (cut of managerial functions)
 Process reorganization
Main initiatives
Manageable operating costs Number of employees in Petrobras system
93
87
39
2015 2016 1H17
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Partnerships and Divestments will reach U$34.6 billion from 2015 to 2018
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Petrochemicals
Biofuels
Gas Pipelines
Distribution
Assets Abroad
Strategic Partnerships
We reached US$ 13.6 billion in 2015-16 and are committed
to the 2017-18 target
13.6
21.0
2015-2016 2017-2018
Strategic Partnerships:
 IPO of Petrobras Distribuidora
 71 onshore fields
 31 shallow water fields
 Distribution & Retail in Paraguay
 North/Northeast gas pipelines
 Fertilizer units
Announced in 2017
CNPC
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Active liability management have resulted in maturities extension
—
1,9
6.2
13.0
11.8
13.1
16.0
9.4
6.9 7.2
5.3 4.3
6.3
2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028
Position as of September 30, 2017
2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028
Debt Amortization Schedule
US$ Billion
Position as of December 31, 2014
6.8
13.4
10.8
15.2
20.4
9.3
2.9
6.4
3.8
1.9 1.9
0.7 0.9
12.5
1.91.9
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2.13 2.15 2.072.13 2.15 2.17
2015 2016 2017
Petrobras - Oil production in Brazil
Business Plan target Results
2.77
2021
2021
+ 18 new
production
units
2021 oil production
target in Brazil
* 1H 2017 average
MMbbl/d
*
Production targets were met in 2015 and 2016 and we are ahead of
schedule in 2017
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(M³)
Oil Spills
69.5 71.6
51.9
11.8
2014 2015 2016 1H17
Note: Oil spills volume of oil or oil products spilled to the environment >1 barrel
GHG (MM t CO2 e)
81.4 78.1
66.5
30.8
2014 2015 2016 1H17
-18%
-15%
Greenhouse Gas Emissions
-25%
-28%
Environmental performance indicators are improving
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Financial
Operational
Strategic
2015 1H2017
US$ billion (1st half)
7.2Free cash flow 1.4
%
53Leverage 60
million boe/d
2.7
Crude oil, NGL and
Gas production - Brazil 2.6
12Manageable Operating Costs 15
thousand employees
63Petrobras workforce 79
X
3.2Net debt/LTM Adjusted
EBITDA ratio
5.1
injuries/MM man-hours
1.1
Total Recordable Injury
Frequency Rate
2.2
US$ billion
114Gross debt 126
%
3324Adjusted EBITDA margin
11Lifting cost – Brazil* 13
US$/boe (1st half)
1H2017Main Indicators
US$ billion (1st half)
*excluding government take
Results are being delivered as promised
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Reflecting a consistent improvement in our performance
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Adjusted EBITDA
R$ Billion 50
57 60 59 62 53
63 59
77
89
44
2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 1H17
Adjusted EBITDA Margin
%
Free Cash Flow
R$ Billion
29
27
33
28
25
19 21
18
24
31
33
2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 1H17
-3.3 -3.5
-18.9
-26.9
-13.1
-25.7
-41.8
-19.6
15.9
41.6
22.7
2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 1H17
Brent
US$/bbl
73 99 63 80 111 112 109 99 52 44 52
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Petrobras is moving forward…
 Petrobras is regaining momentum and becoming more agile
 Partnership-driven business model
 Cooperation with operators, suppliers and academia
 Better prepared to face industry challenges and a low carbon world
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Finance
—
Highlights
Ivan Monteiro
CFO & Chief Investor Relations Officer
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Financial Strategies
—
 Ensure disciplined use of capital and return to shareholders in
all Petrobras projects, with high reliability and predictability
in the delivery
 Operate with an emphasis on partnerships and divestments as
key value generation elements
 Maintain transparent, respectful and proactive dialogue
with all stakeholders, through the use of the best and most up-
to-date internal and external communication practices
An integrated energy company
focused on oil and gas that
evolves with society, creating
high value, with a unique
technical capability
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Consistent improvement in results due to better operational performance
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Operating Income
Net IncomeNet Financial Results
Gross Income
2Q17
-8.8
1Q17
-7.8
2Q16
-6.1
2Q17
0.3
1Q17
4.4
2Q16
0.4
2Q17
15.0
1Q17
14.3
2Q16
7.2
22.8
2Q17
21.4
1Q17
23.8
2Q16
R$ Billion
+3%
1H17
45.2
1H16
43.8
+91%
1H17
29.3
1H16
15.3
-16.6
1H16
-14.8
1H17
1H17
4.8
1H16
-0.9
R$ Billion
R$ Billion R$ Billion
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And cost reductions
—
Number of Employees
2Q17
3.9
1Q17
2.4
2Q16
3.7
Sales Expenses
R$ Billion
Manageable Operating Costs
R$ Billion
2Q17
20.2
1Q17
18.3
2Q16
21.6
General and Administrative Expenses
R$ Billion
2Q17
2.2
1Q17
2.3
2Q16
2.8
-12%
1H17
38.5
1H16
43.9
-16%
1H17
6.3
1H16
7.4
-18%
1H17
4.5
1H16
5.5
2Q17
-3%
65,220
76,613
2Q16 1Q17
63,152
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 Exchanges from expensive debt to cheaper
ones
 Average cost of debt reduced from 6.3% in 2015
to 6.1% in 2017
 Average duration increased from 7.14 in 2015
to 7.88 years in 2017
And lower cost of debt
—
Source: Bloomberg
Cost of Debt Optimization
Petrobras estimated cost of debt
6.1%
Petrobras latest issuance (Sep-17)
Term Sep-17 Maximum
5 years 4.5% p.y.
15.9% p.y.
(09/29/15)
10 years 6.1% p.y.
14.4% p.y.
(01/20/16)
30 years 6.9% p.y.
13.2% p.y.
(02/11/16)
2%
4%
6%
8%
10%
12%
14%
16%
Yields Petrobras - Bonds in USD - 5Y and 10 Y
5Y
10Y
Lowest level
since Nov/2014
4.8%
Term Yield
2025
(long 7-year)
5.3% p.y.
2028
(long 10-year)
6.0% p.y.
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Petrochemicals
Biofuels
Gas Pipelines
Distribution
Assets Abroad
Strategic Partnerships
We have reached US$ 13.6 billion in 2015-16 and we maintain our 2017-18 target
13.6
21
2015-2016 2017-2018
7.8
Partnerships and divestments program continues
—
Cashed-in
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 Azulão and Juruá fields in Amazonas
 Maromba field in Campos Basin
 Shallow waters fields (30 assets / 7 clusters)
 Onshore fields (69 assets / 8 clusters)
 Distribution & Retail business in Paraguay
 North/Northeast gas pipelines
 Fertilizer units
With new opportunities being offered
—
 Minority stake to be offered (25%-40%)
 Highest governance level at Brazilian Stock Exchange (“New Market”)
IPO of Petrobras Distribuidora (BR)
Teasers
Strategic Partnerships
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Which includes 102 fields announced
—
4.2%
of our total output in Brazil
TOTAL PRODUCTION
111
thousand boe/d
FAZENDA BELÉM CLUSTER
Concessions: 02
Production: 1,557 boe/d
RIO GRANDE DO NORTE MAR CLUSTER
Concessions: 06
Production: 5,296 boe/d
SERGIPE MAR CLUSTER
Concessions: 05
Production: 5,100 boe/d
SERGIPE TERRA 1, 2, AND 3 CLUSTERS
Concessions: 10
Production: 8,716 boe/d
BURACICA CLUSTER
Concessions: 07
Production: 4,141 boe/d
PARGO, ENCHOVA, PAMPO AND
MAROMBA CLUSTERS
Concessions: 14
Production: 52,014 boe/d
MERLUZA CLUSTER
Concessions: 02
Production: 5,812 boe/d
MIRANGA CLUSTER
Concessions: 09
Production: 5,396 boe/d
CEARÁ MAR CLUSTER
Concessions: 04
Production: 4,975 boe/d
JURUÁ AND AZULÃO
Concessions: 02
No production
MACAU AND RIACHO DA
FORQUILHA CLUSTERS
Concessions: 41
Production: 17,962 boe/d
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And premium infrastructure assets
—
Geographical footprint of Brazilian gas transportation assets
Solimões
Basin
3
Pecém1
3
1
2
4
Bahia Recôncavo
Basin
7
Espirito Santo
Basin
Guanabara
Bay
7
Campos Basin
4
Santos Basin
NTS
TBG6 and others
Natural Gas Basins
TAG
# of Gas Processing Plants#
LNG Terminal
Unique asset base
 Same business profile of NTS
 4.5 thousand km
 Solid operational track-record with high availability and reliability
Strong and predictable cash flows hedged against inflation
 Arms-length long term ship-or-pay contracts in place with
Petrobras
Leading Latin American infrastructure player
 Financial flexibility to tap into the expected future growth of the
Brazilian natural gas industry
Defensive asset with stable regulatory framework
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Net debt and leverage keep reducing
—
96.4
118.4
3Q16
100.3
122.7
2Q16 2Q17
89.3
113.8
1Q17
95.0
115.1
4Q16
103.6
123.9
Total Debt
Net Debt
4.3
3.9
3.5
3.2 3.2
2Q16 3Q16 4Q16 1Q17 2Q17
Debt
US$ Billion
Leverage
Net Debt/LTM Adjusted EBITDA
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Petrobras Market Value vs Brent (01/01/2015=100)
Petrobras Market Value
Brent
75%
Source: Bloomberg
While market value recovers
—
Despite lower oil prices,
Petrobras shares rose
significantly in value since
2016.
+1%
41
With no liquidity concerns in 2017
—
US$ Billion
22
27
13
20
2017
Final Cash
Position
Borrowings*Divestments
8
Investment
-17
Dividends,
Interest
and
Amortizations
-7
-12
-9
Judicial
Guarantees
-5
Operating
Cash Flow
2016
Final Cash
Position
Pre-payments
(include repurchase
of bonds)
Interest
Amortizations
*Does not include September global notes issuance
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Exploration & Production
—
Highlights
Solange Guedes
Chief Exploration & Production Officer
43
 Manage the E&P project portfolio in an integrated
manner
 Prioritize development of deep-water production, with
a focus on strategic partnerships, combining technical
competencies and technologies
 Manage the exploratory portfolio in order to maximize
economic viability thereby ensuring the sustainability
of oil and gas production
 Continually improve upon productivity and cost
reduction while following best international practices
 Strengthen reservoir management to maximize the
value of E&P contracts in all the regulatory regimes,
seeking opportunities to continuously incorporate
reserves
E&P Strategies
—
An integrated energy company
focused on oil and gas that
evolves with society, creating
high value, with a unique
technical capability
44
Brazil is facing some major advances in its business environment
—
Rising political stability
 Tax predictability
 Inflation under control
Regulatory framework improvements
 Petrobras pre-emption right on Production Sharing bidding rounds
 Predictability of bidding rounds:
In the 14th bidding round (September 27, 2017) 37 blocks were acquired by 17 companies,
including Petrobras, ExxonMobil, CNOOC, Repsol, Murphy and Karoon.
 Lower local content requirements
 Special Tax Regime (REPETRO) renewal until 2040
 Divestment process methodology approved by Federal Accounting Court (TCU)
45
Petrobras can now choose to have a minimum stake on Pre-salt bids
—
CNPE
Resolution
Acquired by
Petrobras with
100% or in
consortium
1st Petrobras
Statement
30 days after
publication of
CNPE resolution
Pre-emption Right
(Area, WI)
CNPE decision on
the Statement by
Petrobras (WI)
PARTIAL RESULT
Acquired by a
third party with
profit oil equal to
the minimum
Acquired by a
third party with
profit oil greater
than the minimum
Participation in
bidding per
Petrobras interest
YES
NO
2nd Petrobras
Statement
On the day of
The Auction
Petrobras must
confirm whether
or not it will be
part of the
consortium
Petrobras is part
of the winning
consortium
Petrobras must be
part of the
winning
consortium
Petrobras is part
of the winning
consortium
Winning bidder
must appoint
operator and WIs
in the consortium
FINAL RESULT
YES
NO
Note: WI – Working Interest = % stake in the area
46
Local content policy was revised
—
EXPLORATION
Offshore
37%
DEVELOPMENT 55 - 59%
Offshore
Onshore
Penalty 60 – 100%
Offshore
Offshore
Onshore
Penalty 40 - 75%
CONCESSIONPSA
PSACONCESSION
LOCAL CONTENT AS A BIDDING CRITERIA
Before After
EXPLORATION 18%
DEVELOPMENT *
EXPLORATION 37%
DEVELOPMENT 55 - 65%
EXPLORATION 18%
DEVELOPMENT *
EXPLORATION 70 – 80 %
DEVELOPMENT 77 - 85%
EXPLORATION 50%
DEVELOPMENT 50%
LOCAL CONTENT AS A BIDDING CRITERIA
* CATEGORIES
Minimum of
Local Content
WELLS 25%
SUBSEA 40%
PRODUCTION UNIT
25%
Lower level and complexity will bring greater flexibility and competitiveness to the sector
Note: PSA = Production Sharing Agreement
47
Feb-10 Jan-11 Dec-11 Nov-12 Oct-13 Sep-14 Aug-15 Jul-16 Jun-17
Post-salt + Onshore
49%
Pre-salt
51%
Daily production record
1,423 kbbl/d in
June,19
Lower
operating
costs

Lifting costs below US$7
per barrel
Higher oil
quality
 Higher margin

More domestic oil in the
refineries
 Lighter products yield
Higher gas
ratio
 Higher gas availability
Pre-salt represents half of our operated production
—
Pre-salt delivers higher revenues
and lower costs to the companyOperated Oil Production in
Brazil
(kbbl/d)
48
Capex
distribution
Our competitive advantages
With outstanding results
—
Wells
35%
Production
Unit
35%
Subsea
30%
 327 wells drilled so far
 Well construction 3x faster
 Fewer wells needed to top
capacity
One new system every 7 months
Long-term contracts and
standardization of subsea trees and
lines led to subsea costs 5% lower
than the industry benchmark*.
*Source: IPA (Independent Project Analysis)
49
Collaboration with partners is bringing solid gains
—
 Evaluation of exploratory
wells phase reduced by 20%
 Simplified projects for
intelligent completion
 Higher recovery factor
(from 25% to 30%)
 Early engagement of
service providers
LIBRA@35
50
Petrobras is committed to predictability and efficiency
—
Production predictability Capex efficiency
20
17
E&P
Other
segments
 Contracts renegotiation
 Projects optimizations
Planned Projected
16 14
Lower E&P Capex projected in
2017 (US$ billion)
2.1 2.11
2.02
1.99
2.12
2.13 2.15
2.07
2.00
2.02
1.98
1.93
2.03
2.13 2.15
2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Forecast vs. Delivered Domestic Production (2010 – 2017)
Previous BP Goals Delivered
(MM bbl/d)
51
P-66
Lula Sul
Operating
• + 2 new production wells in 2017
• 97% Operational Efficiency
Libra FPSO
Extended Well Tests
On Location
• Environmental license granted
• Waiting for the connection of the
first well for production start-up in
4Q17
+
+
Lula Norte
COOEC Shipyard (Qingdao)
P-67
FPSO Cidade de Campos
dos Goytacazes
Tartaruga Verde e
Tartaruga Mestiça
Anchorade (Angra dos Reis)
Three new systems are about to start production
—
1Q18
1Q18
Completion: 99%
Completion: 100%
52
And seven new others will start-up in the next two years
—
P-68 (Berbigão/Sururu Project)
Jurong Aracruz Shipyard, ES
P-69 (Lula Extremo Sul Project)
BrasFels Shipyard, RJ
P-74 (Búzios 1 Project)
EBR Shipyard, São José do Norte, RS
P-75 (Búzios 2 Project)
COSCO Shipyard, China
P-76 (Búzios 3 Project)
Offshore Unit Shipyard Techint, PR
1st Oil 2018
P-70 (Atapu 1 Project)
COSCO Shipyard, China
P-77 (Búzios 4 Project)
COSCO Shipyard, China
1st Oil 2019
Completion: 88% Completion: 90% Completion: 86%Completion: 95% Completion: 89%
Completion: 91% Completion: 92%
53
Downstream
—
Highlights
Jorge Celestino
Chief Refining & Natural Gas Officer
54
Refining and Natural Gas Strategies
—
An integrated energy company
focused on oil and gas that
evolves with society, creating
high value, with a unique
technical capability
 Reduce Petrobras’ E&P, Refining, Transportation, Logistics,
Distribution and Sales risk through partnerships and
divestments
 Promote a market parity price policy and maximize margins in
the value chain
 Optimize the business portfolio, withdrawing entirely from
biofuel production, LPG distribution, fertilizer production
and petrochemical interests, preserving technological
competencies in areas with development potential
 Maximize value creation in the gas chain, aligned with
regulatory developments, ensuring the monetization of
proprietary production and optimizing participation in the
chain of natural gas as a fuel of transition to the long term
 Restructure the Energy Businesses, consolidating the
thermoelectric assets and other businesses in this segment,
seeking the alternative that maximizes value for the company
 Review the Lubricant business, with the purpose of
maximizing value creation to Petrobras
55
CRUDE DISTILLATION CAPACITY CLOSURES
(MMbpd cumulative)
Between 2009-2016 almost 8 million bpd refining capacity
closures and 1.1 million bpd refining capacity under risk
CRUDE DISTILLATION CAPACITY ADDITIONS
(MMbpd cumulative)
Majors companies are rationalizing their downstream portfolio
—
Source: PIRA, 2017Source: IHS, 2017
… on the other side, Middle East and Asia are adding
capacity to supply their markets and export, maintaining
global refining capacity almost flat
56
Oil Product price
at ‘Refinery gate’
Crude Oil Price
PE
PI
PE
PI
Δ
Δ
Δ
Δ
Refining Margin
International
Cracking spread
Dead freightΔ
PE = Export Parity
PI = Import Parity
Brazilian downstream has a market advantage
—
Brazil is long in crude oil, short in oil products and geographically apart from the main markets
Buy crude oil near export parity and sell oil products near import parity
57
Liquid Fuel
Distributors
Service Station
PRODUCTION
Light & Heavy Vehicles
DISTRIBUTION RETAIL CONSUMERS
Jobbers (transporter
retail reseller)
Industry & Agriculture
Large Consumers
3
3
53
4
Petroleum Refiners
(1 hegemonic producer)
Petrochemicals
Formulators
Ethanol plants
Biodiesel plants
Trading Companies156
383 380
Diesel, Fuel Oil, Lubes
LOGISTIC PLAYERS
Long-haul Cabotage Rail RoadPipeline Storage
17 19 2 5 NA 41
187
40,809
Petrobras has a distinguished position, among other players
—
58
Downstream partnership program will preserve supply chain integration
—
Exploration &
Production
Refining
Logistics
Distribution
IntegratedSupplyChain
Logistics
INCREASE OIL RESERVES AND PRODUCTION
MAXIMIZE CRUDE OIL NETBACK
OPTIMIZE REFINING
OPTIMIZE LOGISTICS
PRICING POLICY (at refinery gate)
MAXIMIZE PROFIT (margin vs market share)
OPTIMIZE DISTRIBUTION
PRICING FOR RESALE
INTEGRATED PLAYER RATIONALE
INTERESTS ALONG SUPLLY CHAIN
MAXIMIZE INTEGRATED MARGINS
Integrated value creation
 Efficient pricing policy
 World class operational performance
 Maximize value of Brazilian crude oil
 Supply chain integration
59
Strategy, Governance
& Sustainability
—
Highlights
Nelson Silva
Chief Strategy & Performance Officer
Hugo Repsold
Chief of Corporate Affairs
 Business Plan targets cascading down to supervisory level
 Zero Base Budgeting
 Active Risk Management
 Corporate Culture Change
 Process Streamline Program
Strategies supporting 2017-2021 Business Plan
—
60
PDCA Cycle
61
President
Executive Officer
Executive Manager
General Manager
Senior Manager
Jr. Manager
Supervisor
New management system establishes scorecards across all levels
—
 Scorecards
 Goals
 Indicators
 Milestones
 Attitudes
62
 Subsea and well operations
 Fleet efficiency
 Pipeline and terminal operations
 Facilities operations
 Overhead costs
 Contracting models
 Information technology and
communication
 Shared services (rents, building
maintenance, transportation)
Zero Base Budgeting
Better
Efficiency
Better
Effectiveness
Continuous
improvement
Focus on
value
creation
Main work groupsPrinciple
Zero Base Budgeting
—
63
Net Debt/ Adjusted EBITDA
Adjusted EBITDA
Revenue
E&P
Production curve
Downstream
oil products margin
ΔIPP* (Downstream)
Manageable
Operating Costs
Net Debt
CAPEX
Divestments
Gross Debt
Cash
1 Revenue and Production
2 Manageable Operating Costs
3 Investments and Divestments
4 Financial
Committees:
1
1
1
2
3
3
4
4
Leverage
Net Debt/LTM Adjusted EBITDA
TO
2.5
in 2018
FROM
5.1
in 2015
A disciplined implementation with constant monitoring
—
* IPP: Import Parity Price
64
Governance Strategies
—
An integrated energy company
focused on oil and gas that
evolves with society, creating
high value, with a unique
technical capability
 Strengthen internal controls and governance, ensuring
transparency and an effective system for preventing and
combating irregularities, without prejudice to agility in the
decision-making process
 Recover Petrobras’ credibility and strengthen its relation and
reputation with all its stakeholders, including the controlling
and supervisory bodies of the company
65
Petrobras has improved its Corporate Governance Model
—
66
And achieved governance certification
—
B3’ Corporate Governance Certification Program for State-Owned Companies
Launched by the São Paulo Stock Exchange in 2015, the initiative aims to improve corporate
governance practices and structures of State-owned enterprises listed on the market. Petrobras
implemented numerous significant changes to its several corporate governance processes and
instruments since 2016.
Adopted instruments:
- Evaluation of the Board of Directors, Board Committees and Executive Office
- Succession planning policy and committee with minimum requirements for selection of executives
- Minority oversight on related parties transactions and policy
- Compliance officer with veto powers
- Independent Audit Committee
- Minimum number of independent members at board of directors
- Showing its commitment to constantly improve its governance processes, Petrobras has made
public its intent to join Level 2 of B3*.
Segment Level 2 of B3
* B3: São Paulo Stock Exchange
67
A channel that receives all claims of breaches to Petrobras and its subsidiaries Code of Ethics
An unified whistleblowing channel has been adopted
—
Calls attended by experts
(Trained to interact with the complainant)
Service in Portuguese, English and
Spanish - 24 hours
(Telephone or internet)
Guaranteed anonymity
Online follow upWorldwide coverage
Reports of corruption, fraud,
discrimination, harassment, sexual
harassment, among others
4,411 complaints received
(from 11/18/2015 to 08/30/2017)
?
Available to internal and
external stakeholders
68
Sustainability Strategies
—
 Promote an environment of participation and mutual trust,
focused on results that add value, with safety, ethical
conduct, responsibility, encouragement of active debate,
meritocracy, simplicity and compliance
 Align social responsibility actions with the company’s projects
 Manage the process of contracting goods and services with a
focus on value, aligned with international standards and
metrics, meeting compliance requirements, maintaining
flexibility in adverse and volatile demand scenarios and
contributing to the development of the chain as a whole
An integrated energy company
focused on oil and gas that
evolves with society, creating
high value, with a unique
technical capability
69
Petrobras Business Model
—
69
70
Global Reporting Initiative (GRI)
guidelines
 US$ 550 million were invested in research and development (R&D)
Integrates social, environmental and economic dimensions
—
Global Compact principles and the
Sustainable Development Goals
(SDGs)
Concepts and elements
recommended by IIRC
 US$ 169 million were directed to partnerships
 US$ 74 million were invested in socioenvironmental, cultural and
sports projects
INVESTMENTS
71
 GHG emissions management based
nearly 30,000 registered sources
 Avoided emissions of 72 mm ton CO2e
in the 2010-2015 period
 CCUS projects contributing to the
“Thematic Network of Carbon
Sequestration and Climate Change”
With efforts for climate change mitigation
—
 Investment of US$ 8.89 million in renewable energies and biofuels researches in 2016
 Reduced by 11.6 mm ton of GHG-
related CO2e, nearly 15% less than
2015
72
GHG (MM t CO2 e)
81.4 78.1
66.5
30.8
2014 2015 2016 1H17
-18%
-15%
Greenhouse Gas Emissions Oil Spills*
(M³)
69.5 71.6
51.9
11.8
2014 2015 2016 1H17
-25%
-28%
1.63
1.11
2016 1H17
Total Recordable Injury
Frequency Rate
(TRIFR)
Towards a better safety and environmental performance
—
* Oil Spills: volume of oil or oil products spilled to the environment >1 barrel
73
Investor Relations
+55 21 3224-1510
www.petrobras.com.br/ir
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Apresentação de Pedro Parente no Investor Day Nova York

  • 1. 1 Pedro Parente CEO Petrobras Day New York October 2, 2017 —
  • 2. 2 Disclaimer FORWARD-LOOKING STATEMENTS: DISCLAIMER The presentation may contain forward-looking statements about future events within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended, that are not based on historical facts and are not assurances of future results. Such forward- looking statements merely reflect the Company’s current views and estimates of future economic circumstances, industry conditions, company performance and financial results. Such terms as "anticipate", "believe", "expect", "forecast", "intend", "plan", "project", "seek", "should", along with similar or analogous expressions, are used to identify such forward-looking statements. Readers are cautioned that these statements are only projections and may differ materially from actual future results or events. Readers are referred to the documents filed by the Company with the SEC, specifically the Company’s most recent Annual Report on Form 20-F, which identify important risk factors that could cause actual results to differ from those contained in the forward-looking statements, including, among other things, risks relating to general economic and business conditions, including crude oil and other commodity prices, refining margins and prevailing exchange rates, uncertainties inherent in making estimates of our oil and gas reserves including recently discovered oil and gas reserves, international and Brazilian political, economic and social developments, receipt of governmental approvals and licenses and our ability to obtain financing. We undertake no obligation to publicly update or revise any forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information or future events or for any other reason. Figures for 2017 on are estimates or targets. All forward-looking statements are expressly qualified in their entirety by this cautionary statement, and you should not place reliance on any forward-looking statement contained in this presentation. In addition, this presentation also contains certain financial measures that are not recognized under Brazilian GAAP or IFRS. These measures do not have standardized meanings and may not be comparable to similarly-titled measures provided by other companies. We are providing these measures because we use them as a measure of company performance; they should not be considered in isolation or as a substitute for other financial measures that have been disclosed in accordance with Brazilian GAAP or IFRS. NON-SEC COMPLIANT OIL AND GAS RESERVES: CAUTIONARY STATEMENT FOR US INVESTORS We present certain data in this presentation, such as oil and gas resources, that we are not permitted to present in documents filed with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) under new Subpart 1200 to Regulation S-K because such terms do not qualify as proved, probable or possible reserves under Rule 4-10(a) of Regulation S-X.
  • 3. 3 SUMMARY — 1. Petrobras at a glance 2. Oil & Gas industry 3. Brazil – regulatory framework 4. Our strengths 5. Our deliveries 6. Planning the future
  • 4. 4 Pre-salt   United States  Mexico Brazil      Uruguay    Argentina  Bolivia  Paraguay   Colombia  Nigeria W Petrobras at a glance — Exploration & Production 1.7 MMboe/d Pre-salt operated production 9.7 Bnboe* 1P Reserves 2.3 MMbbl/d Capacity 2.0 MMbbl/d Domestic oil product sales 14 Refineries 7.7k km Oil pipelines 56 Vessel Fleet 7.1k km Gas pipelines 2.8 MMboe/d Refining 6.1 GW Installed capacity 59 MMm³/d Gas sales Transportation Gas & power Distribution & Retail 8,564 Service stations 46 MMm³ Oil products sales in 2016 * Reserves reported according to SEC criteria
  • 5. 5 108.7 98.9 52.3 44.1 51.6 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017* Oil Price - Brent (Annual average – Nominal) * Average until August 31, 2017 Source: Bloomberg US$/barrel 1.5 2 1.3 1.8 1.2 0.1 -0.2 0.6 0.2 -0.7 87 89 91 93 95 97 99 1Q15 2Q15 3Q15 4Q15 1Q16 2Q16 3Q16 4Q16 1Q17 2Q17 Excess of Supply Oil Supply Oil Demand Balance between Oil Demand and Supply Source: International Energy Agency – July/2017 Oil Market Report Millionbpd Global Oil & Gas sector is facing a challenging scenario —
  • 6. 6 1997 1998 1999 2006 2008 2013 End of Petrobras monopoly Market opening: competitive environment New companies entered Brazil in partnerships with Petrobras Beginning of bid rounds Pre-salt discovery Beginning of discussions of new pre-salt regulatory framework Interruption of bid rounds Libra Bid Round Review of regulatory frameworks to attract more investments  Pre-emption rights in pre-salt bidding rounds  Improvement in local content policy  Improvement in natural gas regulatory framework  Predictability of bidding rounds  Renewal of special tax regime (REPETRO) 16 bid rounds with several companies taking part But Brazil is taking the opportunity to improve its business environment 2016
  • 7. 7 2017 14th Bid Round (Concession) September 27th 2018 2019 15th Bid Round Concession 16th Bid Round Concession 4th Bid Round Production Sharing Agreement 5th Bid Round Production Sharing Agreement 5th Bid Round Mature fields concession 6th Bid Round Mature fields concession 5 Offshore Basins 6 Onshore Basins 4th Bid Round (Mature) May 11th Potiguar Espírito Santo Recôncavo 9 Areas in 3 Onshore Basins 2th Bid Round (PSA-Unitization) October 27th 3th Bid Round (PSA – Pre-Salt Areas) October 27th SAPINHOÁ CARCARÁ GATO DO MATO TARTARUGA VERDE Alto de Cabo Frio Oeste Alto de Cabo Frio Central Unitization Areas Exploration Areas Pau-Brasil Peroba Recôncavo Potiguar Espírito Santo Sergipe & Alagoas Santos Campos Parnaíba Paraná Pelotas Areas in which Petrobras manifested its pre-emption rights (WI 30%) Bid rounds are now predictable —
  • 8. 8 BRAZIL-BOLIVIA GAS PIPELINE MS PR SP 6 blocks in the Campos Basin • Partnership with Exxon, with 50% WI • Petrobras is the operator • Potential Pre-salt play • Most competitive sector of the bid • Eight big companies bid for this sector: Petrobras, Exxon, BP, Shell, Total, CNOOC, Repsol and Karoon 1 block in the Paraná Basin • Gas opportunity • New exploratory frontier • Installed infrastructure Petrobras was awarded seven new blocks in the 14th Brazil bid round Exploratory portfolio recomposition — Brazil’s 14th Bidding Round (September 27, 2017)  Concession regime  Simplified rules including lower local content requirements  High liquidity blocks
  • 9. 9 With selectiveness in a competitive bid round —
  • 10. 10 DistributionRefining & Trading others27 % 3 % 19 % 20 % 31 % +100 Other retailers 99 % 1 % Exploration & Production 79% of demand 49 % 51 % 21% of demand Third parties Production Import Source: ANP (Brazil), June 2017 Companies with production in Brazil Source: ANP (Brazil), up to December 2016 Source: Sindcom (Brazil), up to May 2017 51%26% 12% 3% 3% 2% 3% +40 other E&P companies with partners standalone Other companies Opportunities in all oil & gas segments in Brazil —
  • 11. 11 Crude Oil Oil Products Brazilian market is long in crude oil, short in oil products and far from main markets Exploration & Production  Leader in deep-water production, with access to abundant oil reserves  Access to already discovered volumes in areas with existing operations Downstream  7th largest oil market, far from other refining centers  Balance and integration between production, refining and demand Gas & Power  Fully developed infrastructure for processing and transporting oil and gas  Integration across full energy and hydrocarbon chain in Brazil Distribution & Retail  Market leader and top of mind brand  Nationwide presence Petrobras is an integrated company with competitive advantages —
  • 12. 12 WELLSSUBSEARESERVOIR FACILITIES WAG (6°) LWR WAG (6°) LWR JUMPER (6°) Simplified Project of Intelligent Completion US$ 82 million saved by reducing (12 days) the completion process of injections wells Single-line WAG US$300 million saved by cutting the number of flexible lines used Appraisal Strategy Optimization US$360 million saved in Libra projects, by decreasing (460 days) the evaluation phase CO2 separation and reinjection 4.5 MM tons separated and reinjected in Lula and Sapinhoá fields between 2010-2016 Leader in deep water technologies, constantly developing innovative solutions to reduce costs in offshore projects — Note: Water Alternating Gas (WAG)
  • 13. 13 , Majority of Independent members Board of Directors and Executive Team By-Laws Implementation of independent Whistleblowing Channel with guaranteed anonymity: contatoseguro.com.br/petrobras Minority Committee to evaluate the relevant transactions between Petrobras and its related parties Statutory Committees to strengthen commitment and accountability of executive managers in the decision-making Shared authorization process for every relevant investment decision Risk management policy Compliance policy Succession policy Related parties transaction policy Dividend distribution policy CEO ≠ Chairman 2 year-term 3 maximum reelections Integrity background check for all the executives 25% is the minimum required in the Petrobras By-Laws Policies Decision making Ethics and Transparency Integrity evaluation of the nominees for all members of top management, suppliers and counterparts And is strengthening its corporate governance —
  • 14. 14 Law 13.303 Petrobras By-Laws Certifications B3  Strong restrictions for nominations to the Board of Directors  Disclosure rules related to the controller shareholder’s interest  Minimum requirements and impediments for executive nomination  Minority Committee to evaluate relevant transactions with related parties (federal government, among others)  Certification in the Corporate Governance Program for State-Owned Companies  Annual evaluation of the member of Board of Directors by an external organization  Code of Ethics annual training Creating conditions to maintain a strong governance in the long run — What has changed?
  • 15. 15 OUR VISION An integrated energy company focused on oil and gas that evolves with society, creating high value, with a unique technical capability
  • 16. 16 1.1 in 2Q17 Main metrics of the BP 2017-2021 Reduction in LEVERAGE Net Debt / LTM Adjusted EBITDA TO 2.5 by 2018 FROM 5.1 in 2015 3.2 in 2Q17 5.1 4.8 4.3 3.9 3.5 3.2 3.2 4Q15 1Q16 2Q16 3Q16 4Q16 1Q17 2Q17 Reduction of 36% in the Total Recordable Injury Frequency Rate* TO 1.4 in 2018 FROM 2.2 in 2015 2.2 1.6 1.9 1.4 1.4 1.4 1.1 4Q15 1Q16 2Q16 3Q16 4Q16 1Q17 2Q17 We are moving towards the target We are already below the plan acceptable limit * number of reportable injuries per million man-hours Petrobras Business Plan has two main metrics —
  • 17. 17 PRICES  New pricing policy implemented in Oct/16  Short-term adherence to international prices  Higher efficiency in capital allocation  Focus on upstream projects CAPEX OPEX PARTNERSHIPS AND DIVESTMENTS  US$ 13.6 billion on partnerships and divestments in 2015-2016, US$ 21 billion planned for 2017-2018  Strategic alliances with Statoil, Total and CNPC  12% reduction in manageable operating costs since 2016  Implementation of Zero Base Budgeting Based on four pillars, which are being delivered —
  • 18. 18 Key Drivers  Alignment to international prices  Daily decisions  Key for attracting new partners in downstream segment Implemented Pricing Policy aims prices always above international parity —
  • 19. 19 E&P Capex / Total Capex Onshore and shallow Deep and Ultradeep water Pre-salt (Ebitda/boe) 1.9x 1.6x Higher Profitability 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% 2002 2004 2006 2008 2010 2012 2014 2016 Peers Petrobras Note: Peers considers RDS, ExxonMobil, Chevron and BP E&P Capex 2017-2021 Investments are focused on more profitable projects —
  • 20. 20 Competitive portfolio breakeven Point-forward breakeven reduction of 30% Building a competitive upstream portfolio in a lower price scenario — Portfolio 2017 2: 30 US$/bbl Portfolio 2014 1: 43 US$/bbl  Pre-salt knowledge base  Technology development  Portfolio management & selectiveness  High productivity and low lifting cost  Selectiveness for new exploratory opportunities  Preemption rights in pre-salt areas  ToR 3 renegotiation  Better regulatory and tax framework Lower local content requirements Renewal of special tax regime (Repetro) 1) Business Plan 2014-18 2) Business Plan 2017-21 3) Transfer of Rights
  • 21. 21 And great competitiveness worldwide Middle East Russia Algeria China Brazil Kazakhstan NA Tight Oil Canada oil sands West Africa Norway and UK US GoM Venezuela $0 $20 $40 $60 $80 $100 $120 0 3.000 6.000 9.000 12.000 15.000 18.000 21.000 24.000 27.000 2016full-cycleBrentBreakeven,US$/bbl New crude oil production, thousand b/d . * Breakeven price range for a typical Pre-salt project Sources: IHS Markit 2016; *Petrobras
  • 22. 22 Operating costs are being reduced — R$Billion 78,470 68,829 63,152 2015 2016 1H17  Technical standardization  Contracts renegotiation: reduction in fleet and daily rates  Organizational restructuring (cut of managerial functions)  Process reorganization Main initiatives Manageable operating costs Number of employees in Petrobras system 93 87 39 2015 2016 1H17
  • 23. 23 Partnerships and Divestments will reach U$34.6 billion from 2015 to 2018 — Petrochemicals Biofuels Gas Pipelines Distribution Assets Abroad Strategic Partnerships We reached US$ 13.6 billion in 2015-16 and are committed to the 2017-18 target 13.6 21.0 2015-2016 2017-2018 Strategic Partnerships:  IPO of Petrobras Distribuidora  71 onshore fields  31 shallow water fields  Distribution & Retail in Paraguay  North/Northeast gas pipelines  Fertilizer units Announced in 2017 CNPC
  • 24. 24 Active liability management have resulted in maturities extension — 1,9 6.2 13.0 11.8 13.1 16.0 9.4 6.9 7.2 5.3 4.3 6.3 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 Position as of September 30, 2017 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 Debt Amortization Schedule US$ Billion Position as of December 31, 2014 6.8 13.4 10.8 15.2 20.4 9.3 2.9 6.4 3.8 1.9 1.9 0.7 0.9 12.5 1.91.9
  • 25. 25 2.13 2.15 2.072.13 2.15 2.17 2015 2016 2017 Petrobras - Oil production in Brazil Business Plan target Results 2.77 2021 2021 + 18 new production units 2021 oil production target in Brazil * 1H 2017 average MMbbl/d * Production targets were met in 2015 and 2016 and we are ahead of schedule in 2017 —
  • 26. 26 (M³) Oil Spills 69.5 71.6 51.9 11.8 2014 2015 2016 1H17 Note: Oil spills volume of oil or oil products spilled to the environment >1 barrel GHG (MM t CO2 e) 81.4 78.1 66.5 30.8 2014 2015 2016 1H17 -18% -15% Greenhouse Gas Emissions -25% -28% Environmental performance indicators are improving —
  • 27. 27 Financial Operational Strategic 2015 1H2017 US$ billion (1st half) 7.2Free cash flow 1.4 % 53Leverage 60 million boe/d 2.7 Crude oil, NGL and Gas production - Brazil 2.6 12Manageable Operating Costs 15 thousand employees 63Petrobras workforce 79 X 3.2Net debt/LTM Adjusted EBITDA ratio 5.1 injuries/MM man-hours 1.1 Total Recordable Injury Frequency Rate 2.2 US$ billion 114Gross debt 126 % 3324Adjusted EBITDA margin 11Lifting cost – Brazil* 13 US$/boe (1st half) 1H2017Main Indicators US$ billion (1st half) *excluding government take Results are being delivered as promised —
  • 28. 28 Reflecting a consistent improvement in our performance — Adjusted EBITDA R$ Billion 50 57 60 59 62 53 63 59 77 89 44 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 1H17 Adjusted EBITDA Margin % Free Cash Flow R$ Billion 29 27 33 28 25 19 21 18 24 31 33 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 1H17 -3.3 -3.5 -18.9 -26.9 -13.1 -25.7 -41.8 -19.6 15.9 41.6 22.7 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 1H17 Brent US$/bbl 73 99 63 80 111 112 109 99 52 44 52
  • 29. 29 Petrobras is moving forward…  Petrobras is regaining momentum and becoming more agile  Partnership-driven business model  Cooperation with operators, suppliers and academia  Better prepared to face industry challenges and a low carbon world
  • 30. 30 Finance — Highlights Ivan Monteiro CFO & Chief Investor Relations Officer
  • 31. 31 Financial Strategies —  Ensure disciplined use of capital and return to shareholders in all Petrobras projects, with high reliability and predictability in the delivery  Operate with an emphasis on partnerships and divestments as key value generation elements  Maintain transparent, respectful and proactive dialogue with all stakeholders, through the use of the best and most up- to-date internal and external communication practices An integrated energy company focused on oil and gas that evolves with society, creating high value, with a unique technical capability
  • 32. 32 Consistent improvement in results due to better operational performance — Operating Income Net IncomeNet Financial Results Gross Income 2Q17 -8.8 1Q17 -7.8 2Q16 -6.1 2Q17 0.3 1Q17 4.4 2Q16 0.4 2Q17 15.0 1Q17 14.3 2Q16 7.2 22.8 2Q17 21.4 1Q17 23.8 2Q16 R$ Billion +3% 1H17 45.2 1H16 43.8 +91% 1H17 29.3 1H16 15.3 -16.6 1H16 -14.8 1H17 1H17 4.8 1H16 -0.9 R$ Billion R$ Billion R$ Billion
  • 33. 33 And cost reductions — Number of Employees 2Q17 3.9 1Q17 2.4 2Q16 3.7 Sales Expenses R$ Billion Manageable Operating Costs R$ Billion 2Q17 20.2 1Q17 18.3 2Q16 21.6 General and Administrative Expenses R$ Billion 2Q17 2.2 1Q17 2.3 2Q16 2.8 -12% 1H17 38.5 1H16 43.9 -16% 1H17 6.3 1H16 7.4 -18% 1H17 4.5 1H16 5.5 2Q17 -3% 65,220 76,613 2Q16 1Q17 63,152
  • 34. 34  Exchanges from expensive debt to cheaper ones  Average cost of debt reduced from 6.3% in 2015 to 6.1% in 2017  Average duration increased from 7.14 in 2015 to 7.88 years in 2017 And lower cost of debt — Source: Bloomberg Cost of Debt Optimization Petrobras estimated cost of debt 6.1% Petrobras latest issuance (Sep-17) Term Sep-17 Maximum 5 years 4.5% p.y. 15.9% p.y. (09/29/15) 10 years 6.1% p.y. 14.4% p.y. (01/20/16) 30 years 6.9% p.y. 13.2% p.y. (02/11/16) 2% 4% 6% 8% 10% 12% 14% 16% Yields Petrobras - Bonds in USD - 5Y and 10 Y 5Y 10Y Lowest level since Nov/2014 4.8% Term Yield 2025 (long 7-year) 5.3% p.y. 2028 (long 10-year) 6.0% p.y.
  • 35. 35 Petrochemicals Biofuels Gas Pipelines Distribution Assets Abroad Strategic Partnerships We have reached US$ 13.6 billion in 2015-16 and we maintain our 2017-18 target 13.6 21 2015-2016 2017-2018 7.8 Partnerships and divestments program continues — Cashed-in
  • 36. 36  Azulão and Juruá fields in Amazonas  Maromba field in Campos Basin  Shallow waters fields (30 assets / 7 clusters)  Onshore fields (69 assets / 8 clusters)  Distribution & Retail business in Paraguay  North/Northeast gas pipelines  Fertilizer units With new opportunities being offered —  Minority stake to be offered (25%-40%)  Highest governance level at Brazilian Stock Exchange (“New Market”) IPO of Petrobras Distribuidora (BR) Teasers Strategic Partnerships
  • 37. 37 Which includes 102 fields announced — 4.2% of our total output in Brazil TOTAL PRODUCTION 111 thousand boe/d FAZENDA BELÉM CLUSTER Concessions: 02 Production: 1,557 boe/d RIO GRANDE DO NORTE MAR CLUSTER Concessions: 06 Production: 5,296 boe/d SERGIPE MAR CLUSTER Concessions: 05 Production: 5,100 boe/d SERGIPE TERRA 1, 2, AND 3 CLUSTERS Concessions: 10 Production: 8,716 boe/d BURACICA CLUSTER Concessions: 07 Production: 4,141 boe/d PARGO, ENCHOVA, PAMPO AND MAROMBA CLUSTERS Concessions: 14 Production: 52,014 boe/d MERLUZA CLUSTER Concessions: 02 Production: 5,812 boe/d MIRANGA CLUSTER Concessions: 09 Production: 5,396 boe/d CEARÁ MAR CLUSTER Concessions: 04 Production: 4,975 boe/d JURUÁ AND AZULÃO Concessions: 02 No production MACAU AND RIACHO DA FORQUILHA CLUSTERS Concessions: 41 Production: 17,962 boe/d
  • 38. 38 And premium infrastructure assets — Geographical footprint of Brazilian gas transportation assets Solimões Basin 3 Pecém1 3 1 2 4 Bahia Recôncavo Basin 7 Espirito Santo Basin Guanabara Bay 7 Campos Basin 4 Santos Basin NTS TBG6 and others Natural Gas Basins TAG # of Gas Processing Plants# LNG Terminal Unique asset base  Same business profile of NTS  4.5 thousand km  Solid operational track-record with high availability and reliability Strong and predictable cash flows hedged against inflation  Arms-length long term ship-or-pay contracts in place with Petrobras Leading Latin American infrastructure player  Financial flexibility to tap into the expected future growth of the Brazilian natural gas industry Defensive asset with stable regulatory framework
  • 39. 39 Net debt and leverage keep reducing — 96.4 118.4 3Q16 100.3 122.7 2Q16 2Q17 89.3 113.8 1Q17 95.0 115.1 4Q16 103.6 123.9 Total Debt Net Debt 4.3 3.9 3.5 3.2 3.2 2Q16 3Q16 4Q16 1Q17 2Q17 Debt US$ Billion Leverage Net Debt/LTM Adjusted EBITDA
  • 40. 40 Petrobras Market Value vs Brent (01/01/2015=100) Petrobras Market Value Brent 75% Source: Bloomberg While market value recovers — Despite lower oil prices, Petrobras shares rose significantly in value since 2016. +1%
  • 41. 41 With no liquidity concerns in 2017 — US$ Billion 22 27 13 20 2017 Final Cash Position Borrowings*Divestments 8 Investment -17 Dividends, Interest and Amortizations -7 -12 -9 Judicial Guarantees -5 Operating Cash Flow 2016 Final Cash Position Pre-payments (include repurchase of bonds) Interest Amortizations *Does not include September global notes issuance
  • 42. 42 Exploration & Production — Highlights Solange Guedes Chief Exploration & Production Officer
  • 43. 43  Manage the E&P project portfolio in an integrated manner  Prioritize development of deep-water production, with a focus on strategic partnerships, combining technical competencies and technologies  Manage the exploratory portfolio in order to maximize economic viability thereby ensuring the sustainability of oil and gas production  Continually improve upon productivity and cost reduction while following best international practices  Strengthen reservoir management to maximize the value of E&P contracts in all the regulatory regimes, seeking opportunities to continuously incorporate reserves E&P Strategies — An integrated energy company focused on oil and gas that evolves with society, creating high value, with a unique technical capability
  • 44. 44 Brazil is facing some major advances in its business environment — Rising political stability  Tax predictability  Inflation under control Regulatory framework improvements  Petrobras pre-emption right on Production Sharing bidding rounds  Predictability of bidding rounds: In the 14th bidding round (September 27, 2017) 37 blocks were acquired by 17 companies, including Petrobras, ExxonMobil, CNOOC, Repsol, Murphy and Karoon.  Lower local content requirements  Special Tax Regime (REPETRO) renewal until 2040  Divestment process methodology approved by Federal Accounting Court (TCU)
  • 45. 45 Petrobras can now choose to have a minimum stake on Pre-salt bids — CNPE Resolution Acquired by Petrobras with 100% or in consortium 1st Petrobras Statement 30 days after publication of CNPE resolution Pre-emption Right (Area, WI) CNPE decision on the Statement by Petrobras (WI) PARTIAL RESULT Acquired by a third party with profit oil equal to the minimum Acquired by a third party with profit oil greater than the minimum Participation in bidding per Petrobras interest YES NO 2nd Petrobras Statement On the day of The Auction Petrobras must confirm whether or not it will be part of the consortium Petrobras is part of the winning consortium Petrobras must be part of the winning consortium Petrobras is part of the winning consortium Winning bidder must appoint operator and WIs in the consortium FINAL RESULT YES NO Note: WI – Working Interest = % stake in the area
  • 46. 46 Local content policy was revised — EXPLORATION Offshore 37% DEVELOPMENT 55 - 59% Offshore Onshore Penalty 60 – 100% Offshore Offshore Onshore Penalty 40 - 75% CONCESSIONPSA PSACONCESSION LOCAL CONTENT AS A BIDDING CRITERIA Before After EXPLORATION 18% DEVELOPMENT * EXPLORATION 37% DEVELOPMENT 55 - 65% EXPLORATION 18% DEVELOPMENT * EXPLORATION 70 – 80 % DEVELOPMENT 77 - 85% EXPLORATION 50% DEVELOPMENT 50% LOCAL CONTENT AS A BIDDING CRITERIA * CATEGORIES Minimum of Local Content WELLS 25% SUBSEA 40% PRODUCTION UNIT 25% Lower level and complexity will bring greater flexibility and competitiveness to the sector Note: PSA = Production Sharing Agreement
  • 47. 47 Feb-10 Jan-11 Dec-11 Nov-12 Oct-13 Sep-14 Aug-15 Jul-16 Jun-17 Post-salt + Onshore 49% Pre-salt 51% Daily production record 1,423 kbbl/d in June,19 Lower operating costs  Lifting costs below US$7 per barrel Higher oil quality  Higher margin  More domestic oil in the refineries  Lighter products yield Higher gas ratio  Higher gas availability Pre-salt represents half of our operated production — Pre-salt delivers higher revenues and lower costs to the companyOperated Oil Production in Brazil (kbbl/d)
  • 48. 48 Capex distribution Our competitive advantages With outstanding results — Wells 35% Production Unit 35% Subsea 30%  327 wells drilled so far  Well construction 3x faster  Fewer wells needed to top capacity One new system every 7 months Long-term contracts and standardization of subsea trees and lines led to subsea costs 5% lower than the industry benchmark*. *Source: IPA (Independent Project Analysis)
  • 49. 49 Collaboration with partners is bringing solid gains —  Evaluation of exploratory wells phase reduced by 20%  Simplified projects for intelligent completion  Higher recovery factor (from 25% to 30%)  Early engagement of service providers LIBRA@35
  • 50. 50 Petrobras is committed to predictability and efficiency — Production predictability Capex efficiency 20 17 E&P Other segments  Contracts renegotiation  Projects optimizations Planned Projected 16 14 Lower E&P Capex projected in 2017 (US$ billion) 2.1 2.11 2.02 1.99 2.12 2.13 2.15 2.07 2.00 2.02 1.98 1.93 2.03 2.13 2.15 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 Forecast vs. Delivered Domestic Production (2010 – 2017) Previous BP Goals Delivered (MM bbl/d)
  • 51. 51 P-66 Lula Sul Operating • + 2 new production wells in 2017 • 97% Operational Efficiency Libra FPSO Extended Well Tests On Location • Environmental license granted • Waiting for the connection of the first well for production start-up in 4Q17 + + Lula Norte COOEC Shipyard (Qingdao) P-67 FPSO Cidade de Campos dos Goytacazes Tartaruga Verde e Tartaruga Mestiça Anchorade (Angra dos Reis) Three new systems are about to start production — 1Q18 1Q18 Completion: 99% Completion: 100%
  • 52. 52 And seven new others will start-up in the next two years — P-68 (Berbigão/Sururu Project) Jurong Aracruz Shipyard, ES P-69 (Lula Extremo Sul Project) BrasFels Shipyard, RJ P-74 (Búzios 1 Project) EBR Shipyard, São José do Norte, RS P-75 (Búzios 2 Project) COSCO Shipyard, China P-76 (Búzios 3 Project) Offshore Unit Shipyard Techint, PR 1st Oil 2018 P-70 (Atapu 1 Project) COSCO Shipyard, China P-77 (Búzios 4 Project) COSCO Shipyard, China 1st Oil 2019 Completion: 88% Completion: 90% Completion: 86%Completion: 95% Completion: 89% Completion: 91% Completion: 92%
  • 54. 54 Refining and Natural Gas Strategies — An integrated energy company focused on oil and gas that evolves with society, creating high value, with a unique technical capability  Reduce Petrobras’ E&P, Refining, Transportation, Logistics, Distribution and Sales risk through partnerships and divestments  Promote a market parity price policy and maximize margins in the value chain  Optimize the business portfolio, withdrawing entirely from biofuel production, LPG distribution, fertilizer production and petrochemical interests, preserving technological competencies in areas with development potential  Maximize value creation in the gas chain, aligned with regulatory developments, ensuring the monetization of proprietary production and optimizing participation in the chain of natural gas as a fuel of transition to the long term  Restructure the Energy Businesses, consolidating the thermoelectric assets and other businesses in this segment, seeking the alternative that maximizes value for the company  Review the Lubricant business, with the purpose of maximizing value creation to Petrobras
  • 55. 55 CRUDE DISTILLATION CAPACITY CLOSURES (MMbpd cumulative) Between 2009-2016 almost 8 million bpd refining capacity closures and 1.1 million bpd refining capacity under risk CRUDE DISTILLATION CAPACITY ADDITIONS (MMbpd cumulative) Majors companies are rationalizing their downstream portfolio — Source: PIRA, 2017Source: IHS, 2017 … on the other side, Middle East and Asia are adding capacity to supply their markets and export, maintaining global refining capacity almost flat
  • 56. 56 Oil Product price at ‘Refinery gate’ Crude Oil Price PE PI PE PI Δ Δ Δ Δ Refining Margin International Cracking spread Dead freightΔ PE = Export Parity PI = Import Parity Brazilian downstream has a market advantage — Brazil is long in crude oil, short in oil products and geographically apart from the main markets Buy crude oil near export parity and sell oil products near import parity
  • 57. 57 Liquid Fuel Distributors Service Station PRODUCTION Light & Heavy Vehicles DISTRIBUTION RETAIL CONSUMERS Jobbers (transporter retail reseller) Industry & Agriculture Large Consumers 3 3 53 4 Petroleum Refiners (1 hegemonic producer) Petrochemicals Formulators Ethanol plants Biodiesel plants Trading Companies156 383 380 Diesel, Fuel Oil, Lubes LOGISTIC PLAYERS Long-haul Cabotage Rail RoadPipeline Storage 17 19 2 5 NA 41 187 40,809 Petrobras has a distinguished position, among other players —
  • 58. 58 Downstream partnership program will preserve supply chain integration — Exploration & Production Refining Logistics Distribution IntegratedSupplyChain Logistics INCREASE OIL RESERVES AND PRODUCTION MAXIMIZE CRUDE OIL NETBACK OPTIMIZE REFINING OPTIMIZE LOGISTICS PRICING POLICY (at refinery gate) MAXIMIZE PROFIT (margin vs market share) OPTIMIZE DISTRIBUTION PRICING FOR RESALE INTEGRATED PLAYER RATIONALE INTERESTS ALONG SUPLLY CHAIN MAXIMIZE INTEGRATED MARGINS Integrated value creation  Efficient pricing policy  World class operational performance  Maximize value of Brazilian crude oil  Supply chain integration
  • 59. 59 Strategy, Governance & Sustainability — Highlights Nelson Silva Chief Strategy & Performance Officer Hugo Repsold Chief of Corporate Affairs
  • 60.  Business Plan targets cascading down to supervisory level  Zero Base Budgeting  Active Risk Management  Corporate Culture Change  Process Streamline Program Strategies supporting 2017-2021 Business Plan — 60 PDCA Cycle
  • 61. 61 President Executive Officer Executive Manager General Manager Senior Manager Jr. Manager Supervisor New management system establishes scorecards across all levels —  Scorecards  Goals  Indicators  Milestones  Attitudes
  • 62. 62  Subsea and well operations  Fleet efficiency  Pipeline and terminal operations  Facilities operations  Overhead costs  Contracting models  Information technology and communication  Shared services (rents, building maintenance, transportation) Zero Base Budgeting Better Efficiency Better Effectiveness Continuous improvement Focus on value creation Main work groupsPrinciple Zero Base Budgeting —
  • 63. 63 Net Debt/ Adjusted EBITDA Adjusted EBITDA Revenue E&P Production curve Downstream oil products margin ΔIPP* (Downstream) Manageable Operating Costs Net Debt CAPEX Divestments Gross Debt Cash 1 Revenue and Production 2 Manageable Operating Costs 3 Investments and Divestments 4 Financial Committees: 1 1 1 2 3 3 4 4 Leverage Net Debt/LTM Adjusted EBITDA TO 2.5 in 2018 FROM 5.1 in 2015 A disciplined implementation with constant monitoring — * IPP: Import Parity Price
  • 64. 64 Governance Strategies — An integrated energy company focused on oil and gas that evolves with society, creating high value, with a unique technical capability  Strengthen internal controls and governance, ensuring transparency and an effective system for preventing and combating irregularities, without prejudice to agility in the decision-making process  Recover Petrobras’ credibility and strengthen its relation and reputation with all its stakeholders, including the controlling and supervisory bodies of the company
  • 65. 65 Petrobras has improved its Corporate Governance Model —
  • 66. 66 And achieved governance certification — B3’ Corporate Governance Certification Program for State-Owned Companies Launched by the São Paulo Stock Exchange in 2015, the initiative aims to improve corporate governance practices and structures of State-owned enterprises listed on the market. Petrobras implemented numerous significant changes to its several corporate governance processes and instruments since 2016. Adopted instruments: - Evaluation of the Board of Directors, Board Committees and Executive Office - Succession planning policy and committee with minimum requirements for selection of executives - Minority oversight on related parties transactions and policy - Compliance officer with veto powers - Independent Audit Committee - Minimum number of independent members at board of directors - Showing its commitment to constantly improve its governance processes, Petrobras has made public its intent to join Level 2 of B3*. Segment Level 2 of B3 * B3: São Paulo Stock Exchange
  • 67. 67 A channel that receives all claims of breaches to Petrobras and its subsidiaries Code of Ethics An unified whistleblowing channel has been adopted — Calls attended by experts (Trained to interact with the complainant) Service in Portuguese, English and Spanish - 24 hours (Telephone or internet) Guaranteed anonymity Online follow upWorldwide coverage Reports of corruption, fraud, discrimination, harassment, sexual harassment, among others 4,411 complaints received (from 11/18/2015 to 08/30/2017) ? Available to internal and external stakeholders
  • 68. 68 Sustainability Strategies —  Promote an environment of participation and mutual trust, focused on results that add value, with safety, ethical conduct, responsibility, encouragement of active debate, meritocracy, simplicity and compliance  Align social responsibility actions with the company’s projects  Manage the process of contracting goods and services with a focus on value, aligned with international standards and metrics, meeting compliance requirements, maintaining flexibility in adverse and volatile demand scenarios and contributing to the development of the chain as a whole An integrated energy company focused on oil and gas that evolves with society, creating high value, with a unique technical capability
  • 70. 70 Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) guidelines  US$ 550 million were invested in research and development (R&D) Integrates social, environmental and economic dimensions — Global Compact principles and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Concepts and elements recommended by IIRC  US$ 169 million were directed to partnerships  US$ 74 million were invested in socioenvironmental, cultural and sports projects INVESTMENTS
  • 71. 71  GHG emissions management based nearly 30,000 registered sources  Avoided emissions of 72 mm ton CO2e in the 2010-2015 period  CCUS projects contributing to the “Thematic Network of Carbon Sequestration and Climate Change” With efforts for climate change mitigation —  Investment of US$ 8.89 million in renewable energies and biofuels researches in 2016  Reduced by 11.6 mm ton of GHG- related CO2e, nearly 15% less than 2015
  • 72. 72 GHG (MM t CO2 e) 81.4 78.1 66.5 30.8 2014 2015 2016 1H17 -18% -15% Greenhouse Gas Emissions Oil Spills* (M³) 69.5 71.6 51.9 11.8 2014 2015 2016 1H17 -25% -28% 1.63 1.11 2016 1H17 Total Recordable Injury Frequency Rate (TRIFR) Towards a better safety and environmental performance — * Oil Spills: volume of oil or oil products spilled to the environment >1 barrel
  • 73. 73 Investor Relations +55 21 3224-1510 www.petrobras.com.br/ir petroinvest@petrobras.com.br