RIO OIL & GAS 2016

The leading oil and gas event in Latin America is organized every two years by the Brazilian Petroleum, Gas and Biofuels Institute (IBP). This year’s edition explored a brand new cross-platform format, with updated program and content for the exhibition, conference and parallel events.

 

WHEN

24-27 OCTOBER, 2016

EXHIBITION: 12h -20h

CONFERENCE: 9h -18h30

 

WHERE

RIOCENTRO BUSINESS CONVENTION

SALVADOR ALLENDE, 6555

BARRA DA TIJUCA – RIO DE JANEIRO – RJ- Brazil

 

LANGUAGE

Portuguese and English, with simultaneous translation

 

 

LAST EDITION FIGURES:

22

COUNTRIES

34,200

VISITORS

3,920

DELEGATES

540

EXHIBITORS

CONFERENCE

The motto chosen for Rio Oil & Gas this year was “Pathways to a Competitive Oil Industry”. The debates provided in the technical program covered Upstream, Downstream, Gas and Energy, Governance, Sustainability, SMS, Compliance and Geopolitics.

 

AUTHOR’S AREA

Click here and check out the list of approved papers. Learn more on the agenda of digital and oral presentations.

AWARDS

Learn more about Honorable Mentions
and other IBP’s Awards

Parallel Events

Besides the Conference, the WPC Future Leaders Forum and the Asphalt Meeting, Rio Oil & Gas promoted parallel events in which key issues for the industry were discussed: Compliance, Knowledge, Engineering, Onshore, Sustainability and Technology.

  • YOUNG LEADERS GLOBAL MEETING

    24-27 OCT
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  • ENCONTRO DE ASFALTO

    26-27 OCT
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  • PARALLEL EVENTS

    TOPICS IN DISCUSSION
    Debates and presentations on topics and industry’s areas inside the exhibition

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Agenda

Browse the conference technical program, find out the themes for each day of time and set up your grid for the event. Over 100 hundred distinguished speakers are confirmed, more than 700 technical papers selected. Discover also the parallel events highlight.

  • Get updated on new trends according to industry's experts and leaders

  • Be part of debates on specific issues of your area

  • Check out IBP’s awarded initiatives and celebrities

Speakers

The 18th edition of Rio Oil & Gas gathered over 100 speakers from 22 countries around the world, promoting relevant debates in the oil and gas industry. Check out:

Agnete Johnsgaard

Agnete Johnsgaard

Commercial Manager

Company:

Shell Brasil

Since joining Shell in 1996 after graduating with a Master of Engineering in Chemical and Bioprocess from the University of Surrey, UK, she has enjoyed an international career living and working amongst others in the Netherlands, USA, Nigeria, Norway and latest Brazil. Her latest role prior to moving to Brazil was as the Asset Manager for the Troll gas and oil field in Norway. Since 2004, she has been actively involved in unitizations and is part of Shell´s global community of expertise for unitization.

Augusto Salomon

Augusto Salomon

Executive President

Company:

ABEGÁS

Mr. Augusto Salomon is the Executive President of the Brazilian Association of Piped Gas Distributors - ABEGÁS, and has worked in the gas market since 1992, when he founded GAS BRASIL – a B2B networking site for natural gas sector. He has a degree in Computer Science, and a MBA's in Project and Business Management. He is a co-founder of pioneer in Brazil "Syspro Engeneering & Holding”, a developer of wireless communication technology company. He was a Project Manager at the Center for Development Research Informatics and Automation, an arm of the Ministry of Science and Technology of the Federal Government for the state-of-the-art software development and technology exporter. Since 2006, he has been working for ABEGÁS, representing all piped gas distributors in the country, helping in the improvement of political agendas that benefit the gas industry.

Felipe Arbelaez

Felipe Arbelaez

Regional President Latin America

Company:

BP

Felipe has been with BP since 2006 and has more than 20 years’ experience in the industry.

He currently holds the position of Regional President Latin America, comprising all of BP’s upstream businesses and shareholdings in the countries of Brazil, Venezuela, Mexico, and Argentina, with the heads of each of these countries reporting into the regional president Latin America. Within this region, Felipe is accountable for overseeing all E&P access, development and production operations.

In his prior role, Felipe was Chief Commercial Officer for BP’s Integrated Supply & Trading business (IST), where he headed the Commercial Development group leading business development across the gas value chain. In addition to working with IST regional businesses he also supported the Upstream business providing guidance for gas/LNG marketing. His business portfolio included Guangdong Dapeng LNG import terminal JV and Shenzhen Dapeng LNG trucking JV in China and India Gas Solutions (India downstream gas marketing JV).

Felipe Perez

Felipe Perez

Geomarket Executive for Latin America

Company:

KBC

He is responsible for business development and client management in the region. He has over 10 years of experience as consultant of Energy Efficiency. A specialist working in profit improvement projects, strategic energy reviews, and best practice implementation for the oil refining industry in various countries in Latin America. Felipe has a MSc in Refinery Design and Operations and Process Integration from the University of Manchester, England and a BSc. in Chemical Engineering from the University of São Paulo, Brazil.

João Laudo de Camargo

João Laudo de Camargo

Rio de Janeiro General Coordinator

Company:

IBGC

Bachelor’s Degree in Law Pontificia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro – PUC-Rio (1977), and Master Degree in Comparative Law George Washington University (1979).


João Laudo was a partner at the law firm Laudo de Camargo Advogados, municipal attorney of the Municipality of Rio de Janeiro, Commissioner of the Brazilian Securities Commission (CVM) and General Counsel at BNDES Participações S/A (BNDESPAR),


Senior Partner of Bocater, Camargo, Costa e Silva, Rodrigues Advogados, a retired attorney of the State of Rio de Janeiro and General Coordinator of the Brazilian Institute of Corporate Governance -- Rio de Janeiro Branch.