In particular, Total is due to get a share of 22.5 percent in the Iara Oil Field as part of the BM S-11 block, while Petrobras will remain the operator with its share of 42.5 percent.
The French company also buys 35 percent of the recently launched Lapa deep-water field, the BM-S-9 block. Petrobras will retain 10 percent of the project.
In addition, Total will become a 50-percent shareholder in the two thermoelectric power plants, the Romulo de Almeida and and the Celso Furtado, both started in 2004, with the capacities of 138 MW and 186 MW, respectively.
The Brazilian company will also receive a 20-percent share in the Perdido Foldbelt field in Mexican part of the Gulf of Mexico.
The two energy companies will be jointly using the liquefied natural gas (LNG) Regasification Terminal Bahia (TRBA), and carry out joint geological studies in the Santos Basin.