The largest oil and gas event of Latin America gathers great names of the market. In its 20th edition, the conference hosts many debates, presentations and work sections aiming to create knowledge and expand networking for futures investment opportunities.
Under the motto “Energy for a world in transformation”, the event has brought changes to the blocks. In this edition, one of the main news is the inclusion of the energy transition in the theme. The interested ones can send their extended synopses related to the themes of their interest and the selected projects may be presented in an oral and digital poster way.
The presented works in the congress will run for honorable mentions and will be published in the IBP online library, with an ISSN register as well as universities and partner companies’ libraries, and they can be indexed into international scientific bases. The authors can also run for the Plínio Cantanhede price, which will be given to the best presented technical work in an IBP event.
Enjoy to the full this opportunity and sing up your synopses for the largest oil and gas event in Latin America.
*Schedule subject to change
How can the O&G sector be attractive to entrepreneurs?
What is the O&G market size?
What are the opportunities generated by the sector?
What is the importance of startups to the sector?
Moderator: Robert Antônio Cosmo Nunes – General Manager of Digital Transformation – Petrobras
Fred Arruda – CEO – CESAR – Centro de Inovação
Bruno Rondani – CEO – Open 100 startups
Patrícia Grabowsky – Head of Innovation – Subsea 7
Pedro Leal Noce – Innovation Executive – Raízen
This is “the opportunity” to present your projects to potential investors in your business.
A jury of remarkable people of the energy and venture capital industry will evaluate your startup…
Moderator: Ricardo Rezende Ramos – Open Innovation Consultant – Petrobras
1: Ricardo Marquini – R&D Partnership Lead – Total
2: John Shojiro Suzuki – Planning and Control Director – Ipiranga
3: Amure Pinho – Investor Angel and President – Brazilian Association of Startups
4: Carolina Rio – Game Changer – Shell
5: Leonardo Almeida – Key Account Director – Google Cloud
6: Rodrigo Chamusca – Technology & Innovation Manager – Ocyan
7: Peter Seiffert – Managing Director – Valetec Capital
Unidroid Robótica do Brasil
Immer Messen Sensores
Grupo TCS – Technologies & Creative Solutions
StartUp RZX Tecnologia
C3M Tecnologias Críticas
What are the inspiring initiatives and cases? What is the journey to digital transformation and the main lessons to be learned from their experiences of successful startups?
Moderator: Alex Dal Pont – Manager of Innovation in Entrepreneurial Ecosystems – Petrobras
Duperron Ribeiro – CEO – PhDsoft Technology Inc.
Eduardo Costa – CEO – Ouro Negro
José Augusto Pereira da Silva (Guto) – CEO – Pipeway
Leandro Basílio – COO – DeepSeed Solutions
Lelio Souza – CEO – Intelie
What will be the future of our industry? What are the challenges and demands that the sector may face in the near future?
Are there solutions?
What are its perspectives?
Moderator: Clarissa Lins – Presidente – IBP
Gustavo Araújo – Co-founder & CEO – Distrito
Juliano Dantas – Executive Manager – Petrobras / Cenpes
Claudia Diniz – Executive Director – MiningHub
Christian Schöck – O&G Director – Siemens
Rodrigo Maia – President of the Chamber of Deputies
Cláudio Castro – Acting Governor of the State of Rio de Janeiro
Raphael Moura – ANP Acting General Director
Clarissa Lins – IBP President
Cristina Pinho – Chair of Rio Oil & Gas 2020
Moderator: Celso Branco – Petroleum Engineer – Technical Consultant – Petrobras
09:10 – RESERVOIRS
Paper: Multi-Sensor Inversion, Quantifying and Reducing Uncertainty on Petrophysical Interpretation.
Author: VANESSA SIMOES – Schlumberger
09:20 – RESERVOIRS
Paper: Adjustment of relative permeability curves parameters by supervised artificial neural networks
Author:NATHÁLIA SEILER SPADA – USP
09:30 – RESERVOIRS
Paper: Experimental analysis of gas condensate flow in porous media
Author: MARCELO COELHO FERNANDES – PUC-Rio
09:40 – RESERVOIRS
Paper: Pressure and temperature transient response in a coupled stratified wellbore-reservoir model
Author: JOSÉ ADRIANO BENTO DE SOUZA CARDOSO – PUC-Rio
Moderator: Isabel Waclawek – Director of RD&I – Total
09:10 – APPLIED DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES AND PROCESSES
Paper: Development and application of RTM acoustic 3D in environment equipped with multi-GPU using real data
Author: SILVANO MOREIRA JUNIOR – SENAI Cimatec
09:20 – APPLIED DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES AND PROCESSES
Paper: Connecting real world and “digital twins” with “multivisão” system
Author: MILTON SIMAS G TORRES – Petrobras
09:30 – APPLIED DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES AND PROCESSES
Paper: Online operational mobility
Author: VINICIUS GUEDES GUSMÃO – Petrobras
09:40 – INSPECTION
Paper: A deep learning approach for automatic identification of subsea events using AUV data
Author: JOÃO VITOR MARQUES DE OLIVEIRA MOITA – UFRJ
Moderator: Osmond Coelho Júnior – Contact Management Director – PPSA
09:10 – PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND ECONOMIC MODELS
Paper: The unitization process with open areas within the brazilian pre-salt polygon: lessons learned and results
Author: CLAUDIO MARTINS KUYVEN – PPSA
09:20 – WELLS
Paper: Comparison of well integrity logs using ultrasonic tool during workover intervention and innovative electromagnetic tool in rig-less scenario: Colombia case history
Author: CARLOS EDUARDO VAZQUEZ VARGAS – Halliburton
09:30 – WELLS
Paper: Using Metamodels to Predict Shear Forces in BOP
Author: NIKOLAS LUKIN – Petrobras
09:40 – WELLS
Paper: Production of magnetic nanoparticles modified with silica for application in oil and gas industry
Author: EMILIANE DAHER PEREIRA – UFRJ
Petrobras’ divestment program shall impose a new dynamic on the Brazilian downstream industry, starting from the creation of a more competitive market, with the participation of new agents in the refining and logistics activities in the country.
This new reality will require an integrated assessment of the entire chain that will bring up the debate on critical issues, such as: models of market organization, price formation mechanisms, regulatory aspects, roles and responsibilities of agents, investments in logistics infrastructure (including competition logistics), expansion of the cabotage market, among others.
At the same time, the downstream segment will need to reformulate itself, becoming increasingly efficient, in order to keep up with the global energy transition, in which new clean and renewable energy sources occupy an increasingly larger space in the energy matrix.
Moderator: Rafael Grisolia – CEO – BR Distribuidora
Claudio Mastella – Executive Marketing Manager – Petrobras
José Mauro Coelho – Executive Secretary for Oil, Natural Gas and Biofuels – MME
Victor Bomfim – CEO – Açu Petróleo
Felipe Perez – Consulting Director, Oil Markets Midstream & Downstream Energy – IHS Markit
The Campos Basin is currently in an advanced stage of exploration. Therefore, the best use of its oil resources requires investments in revitalization projects.
Such investment opportunities arise from two main strands, one of which is the acquisition of fields by independent operators (both international and local), through Petrobras’ divestment programs in shallow waters, and the other one is said company’s strategic alliances with IOCs and NOCs in deep and ultra-deep waters.
As a result, we can already see the diversification of operators in the Brazilian offshore, giving rise to new investments and the expansion of the job market.
In order for these initiatives to continue to be successful, it is necessary to build a regulatory environment that is conducive to attracting investments, by improving operational regulation, streamlining environmental licensing and reducing tax overload.
The topics addressed in this section will be:
– Revitalization of offshore fields;
– Petrobras’ divestments;
– Strategic alliances;
– Diversification of operators;
– Regulatory environment.
Moderator: José Formigli – CEO – Forsea Engenharia
Leonardo Caldas – Institutional Relations Director – Perenco
Carlos José Travassos – Executive Manager of Deep Water, Campos Basin and Espírito Santo Business Unit – Petrobras
Fabrício Zaluski – General Counsel – Trident Energy Brasil
Francisco Francilmar Fernandes – COO – PetroRio
Moderator: Jorge Camargo – Adviser – IBP
Speaker: Anders Opedal – CEO – Equinor
Knowledge Partner: IHS Markit
The energy world is in a profound transition to reduce emissions and to create new efficiencies that will sustain the competitiveness of companies and countries. This transformation of our energy ecosystem is creating massive shifts in the geopolitics of energy – the countries and the companies that win and lose, and how they relate to each other. Our challenge is to understand these geopolitical transformations, how they will affect energy markets in the near-term, what may define energy superpowers of the future, and what will shape evolving concepts energy security.
How will the US election results affect the politics of energy and climate change?
Will China-US tensions deepen and how will that affect energy markets?
Might oil from Iran, Libya and Venezuela return to global markets?
Could climate change create new incentives for energy interconnections in Latin America to mitigate the risk of shortages and brown outs?
Will ESG and social pressure against oil and gas investment lead to supply shortages and higher prices that make the lowest cost producers richer?
Will China’s renewable energy dominance make it the next energy superpower?
This session will explore the interacting dynamics of energy and politics – and some of the counterintuitive outcomes that may lie ahead.
Moderator: Carlos Pascual – Vice President – IHS
Jason Bordoff – Founding Director – Columbia SIPA
Rafaela Guedes- Chief Economist – Petrobras
Mauricio Cárdenas – Senior Research Fellow – Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia University
Clarissa Lins interviews Daniel Yergin
The vice chairman of IHS Markit, one of the largest global consultancies in the industry, will launch his new book – The New Map: Energy, Climate and the Clash the Nations ”at the event.
Winner of the Pulitzer prize, Yergin is a member of the United States Council on Foreign Relations, a member of the Energy Governors of the World Economic Forum, as well as a bachelor’s degree from Yale University and a Ph.D. from Cambridge University.
Brazil’s New Gas Market bill is an important component of the government’s strategy to reignite economic growth. A New Gas law would encourage new entrants in the market, provide a level playing field in the midstream sector, and foster competition in natural gas trading. The rapid evolution of international gas markets combined with new sources of domestic supply can unlock multiple business opportunities, but regulation and politics are crucial to the success of the new market.
This session will cover:
• Long-term perspective of an open market and critical next steps in the reform process
• Discussion of actions needed to underpin demand growth and optimise gas tariffs to end users
• The emergence of a global gas market and its implications for Brazil
Moderator: Michael Stoppard – Chief Strategist, Global Gas – IHS Markit
Ieda Gomes – Senior Visiting Research Fellow – Oxford Institute for Energy Studies
Bruno Eustáquio – Deputy Executive Secretary – MME
Lazslo Varro – Chief Economist – IEA
Understand the points we should discuss on this subject:
– Climate emergence and changing of society’s perception of the importance of the energy transition.
– The emergence of new political consensus on promoting the energy transition (e.g. green deal)
– Current and future challenges for oil and gas companies to obtain a license to operate
– Who are the main political players in the transition? How can these players impact the pace of the transition?
– License to operate in the Brazilian context
– Strategies of oil companies for energy transition
– Reduction of the carbon footprint in the oil and gas chain
– Corporate governance and the energy transition
– Assessing the sustainability of O&G companies. What do the sustainability indexes reflect?
Moderator: André Araujo – President – Shell Brasil
Marcus Dias – VP, Brazil – The RepTrak Company
Jerome Schmitt – Chairman of the OGCI Executive Committee – Oil and Gas Climate Initiative
Alexandre Szklo – Professor – PPE / COPPE / UFRJ
Shira Paulson – Interim head of Upstream & Brazil exploration manager – bp
Over the past few years, Brazil has been gaining more and more prominence in the oil and gas industry. The country has been the main actor in the discovery of large reservoirs and in the increase of ultra-deep waters offshore production, with the execution of large projects, resilient even in the global crisis scenario (and in the industry).
This section aims at:
– Discussing key issues associated with the development of large projects in ultra-deep waters;
– The main challenges, either technological, logistical, regulatory, economic or commercial, in all stages, from the exploration and construction of wells to subsea installation and FPSOs;
– Ways to speed up project execution in its various aspects;
– Opportunities for gain efficiency, reduction of costs and continuation of the development of offshore projects in the context of the transformation of the industry and the energy matrix.
Moderator: Soichi Ide – Chief Digital Officer and Vice President of Operations – Modec
Artur Nunes-da-Silva – VP E&P Deepwater – Total
Maiza Pimenta Goulart – Executive Manager of Production Development Projects – Petrobras
Jayme Meier – Vice President Deep Water Project – ExxonMobil Global Projects Company
Lorena Dominguez Espido – COO – Repsol Sinopec
Brazil has one of the most developed biofuels markets, currently supported by two main pillars: mandates (mandatory mixing percentages) and the Renovabio Program. The current discussion involves some suggestions so that market mechanisms may act more freely, be it in ethanol (equalization of import rules and end of mandatory stocks and purchases of anhydrous), or in biodiesel (opening for imports and freedom of commercialization), or in new products that are being developed in the market (for example, green diesel and its competition with Biodiesel).
Moderator: Valeria Lima – Executive Director of Downstream – IBP
Ricardo Mussa – CEO – Raízen
Heloisa Borges Esteves – Director of Oil, Natural Gas and Biofuels – EPE
Francisco Ganzer – COO – Ipiranga
Claudio Rogerio Linassi Mastella – Executive Marketing Manager – Petrobras
In 2020, as a result of the pandemic, governance and cybersecurity assumed a major role within companies, so that they are already called “the new climate change”.
Cyber attacks are costing companies millions of dollars in revenue and are still damaging the brand’s reputation due to downtime.
In order to address the scenario of cyber attacks and possible protection initiatives, the question in this session will not be whether your company will be attacked, but when and how it will happen.
Will your company be ready for when it happens?
Moderator: André Clark – CEO – Siemens
Carlos Tunes – Business Development Leader – IBM
Márcia Tosta – Executive Cyber Security Manager – Petrobras
Raphael Moura – Interim General Director – ANP
The fuel market has an approximate volume of 125 billion liters, having revenues of approximately BRL 450 billion and collecting approximately BRL 150 billion in taxes, of which BRL 92 billion refer to ICMS. As a competitive economic activity, the configuration of the fuel chains must provide the greatest possible competitiveness, in order to seek maximum economic yield, resulting from productive efficiency and resource allocation.
However, high taxation, combined with low gross margins for distribution, logistics and resale (approximately 2.8 x 1), makes the sector attractive for the practice of tax evasion, persistent default, sales without a tax document, simulation of fictitious transactions and adulteration. According to a survey performed by Fundação Getúlio Vargas – FGV, in 2019, the sector reached BRL 7.2 billion in tax evasion and default. This practice causes irreparable damage to the country, damaging the entire sector, leading the law-abiding entrepreneur to bankruptcy, discouraging large investments, and reducing government revenues, which could use this amount to strengthen areas of health, education and public security.
This panel aims at fostering the debate on the challenges required to leverage regional, interregional and international competitiveness in the Brazilian fuel market, especially in this moment of transition for the downstream segment.
Formation of fuel prices in Brazil
Concentration of the Brazilian fuel market
Fuel chain efficiency
New technologies to boost competitiveness
Impact of unfair competition.
Moderator: Fernanda Delgado – Researcher – FGV Energia
Carlo Rodrigo Faccio – Director – Instituto Combustível Legal
José Eduardo Ciotola Gussem – Attorney General – MP / RJ
Marcos Vallerio Gonçalves Galvão – Coordinator of the Integrated Pipeline Protection Program – Petrobras
The transportation sector was a pioneer in the recent opening movements of natural gas in Brazil, when the southeast network was acquired by Brookfield, then creating Nova Transportadora do Sudeste (NTS). This process took place later when Transportadora Associada de Gás (TAG) was purchased by the consortium ENGIE and Caisse de Dépôt et Placement du Québec (CDPQ). In this same pace, Petrobras’ interest in Transportadora Brasileira Gasoduto Bolivia-Brasil (TBG) will be sold, in order to comply with the Term of Commitment for the Termination of Practice (TCC) signed with the Administrative Council for Economic Defense (CADE).
Accordingly, this segment was also a pioneer in the country, when it established the exit/entry system as a new model for hiring transportation capacity, aiming at providing greater agility and liquidity to the sector’s operations.
These movements bring numerous challenges, not all of which are the responsibility of the transporter, but essential to encourage the entry of new shippers (consumers, producers or traders), the main purpose of the opening, among which we highlight:
(1) making the transition from a transportation sector managed by a single integrated and state-owned company viable by migrating to an environment with private carriers, hired by various traders and consumers
(2) adjustment of existing contracts to the new contracting model, and provision of simplified transportation contracts for the new commercial environment
(3) Sense of urgency to offer firm capacity to materialize the opening of the market
(4) creation of a new business environment that encourages the entry of new players in the commercialization of natural gas and contracting of its transportation
(5) creation/compensation of network balancing services and the ultimate provider
(6) creation of a single market area and virtual hub for the sale of natural gas
In this special session, these and other new challenges faced by the transportation industry will be addressed and how each agent understands that it may contribute to overcoming them.
Moderator: Luiz Costamilan – Executive Director of Natural Gas – IBP
Claudia Brun – Senior Advisor New Value Chains Brazil – Equinor
Erick Portela Pettendorfer – CEO – TBG
Wong Loon – CEO – NTS
Symone Christine de Santana Araújo – Director – ANP
Moderator: Cristina Pinho
Speaker: Marcelo Araujo, CEO of Ipiranga
Sponsored by: Repsol Sinopec
“My Dream” show, sponsored by RSB and starring a Chinese ballet company formed by deaf dancers – Disabled People’s Performing Arts Troupe (CDPPAT).
Moderator: Edmar de Almeida – Adjunct Professor – Institute of Economics / UFRJ
09:10 – TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATIONS FOR DECARBONIZATION
Paper: Perspectives for the production of maritime fuels with neutral carbon emission in Brazil
Author: FRANCIELLE MELLO DE CARVALHO – UFRJ
09:20 – DECARBONIZATION STRATEGIES IN THE O&G SECTOR
Paper: Oil companies diversification strategy for low carbon activities: The case of Equinor
Author: TAINAN DE FARIAS NOGUEIRA – UFRJ
09:30 – ENERGY TRANSITION AND IMPACTS ON MOBILITY
Paper: Public policies for freight road transport in Brazil: impacts on energy demand and emissions of air pollutants
Author:FILIPE DE PADUA FERNANDES SILVA – EPE
09:40 – MARKET AND CARBON PRICING
Paper: Carbon taxation: impacts on the economic indicators of E&P projects
Author: SILVIA MENDES PANTOJA – Petrobras
Moderator: Marcelo Alfradique – Deputy Head of Oil and Gas Department – EPE
09:10 – INFRASTRUCTURE
Paper: Case study on causes of odor fade in steel nature gas distribution pipes in the city of Itabuna-BA
Author: VINICIUS DA PAIXÃO LIMA – Bahiagás
09:20 – ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL EVALUATION OF PROJECTS
Paper: Cost estimates for the interiorization of natural gas in Brazil by CNG and LNG
Author: GABRIEL DE FIGUEIREDO DA COSTA – EPE
09:30 – MARKET AND PLANNING
Paper: Perspectives for the natural gas demand supply balance in Brazil: different views on the market
Author: PATRICIA CARNEIRO DOS SANTOS – Petrobras
09:40 – NATURAL GAS OFFER
Paper: Pre-salt natural gas forecast: challenges and broad view
Author: OSWALDO ANTUNES PEDROSA JUNIOR – IEPuc
Moderator: Marcelo Mendes – Shell
09:10 – PRODUCTION SYSTEMS
Paper: Evaluation of scale inhibition based on the fluid processing arrangement of the santos basin units
Author: SAUL SIMOES NETO – Petrobras
09:20 – PRODUCTION SYSTEMS
Paper: Decision analysis tools applied to pipelines decommissioning: a literature review
Author: GABRIELA ROMAN MICHALOWSKI – Udesc
09:30 – PRODUCTION SYSTEMS
Paper: Regulation of financial guarantees relating to the decommissioning of oil and natural gas fields
Author: HUGO CANDIÁ SAAD – ANP
09:40 – PRODUCTION SYSTEMS
Paper: Advanced diagnostic of microbial contamination on water injection systems in six brazillian FPSO
Author: MATHEUS PAES PASCHOALINO – Dupont
Many factors are revolutionizing the current reality of the Brazilian onshore: the Petrobras Divestment Program, initiatives by the MME (Ministry of Mines and Energy), CNPE (Brazilian National Council of Energy Policy) policies, ANP (National Agency for Petroleum, Natural Gas and Biofuels) actions with new regulations, the diversification of operators with new investments and acquisitions, in addition to regional events promoted by trade associations aiming at discussing and converging interests.
In this section, we will explore the current scenario and propose alternatives and solutions for the future of Brazilian onshore: REATE; permanent offer; importance of activity in regional economies; environmental licensing; revitalization of mature areas; exploratory opportunities.
Moderator: José Fernando de Freitas – O&G Executive
Carlos Agenor Onofre – Deputy Director – DEPG
Marcos Frederico Souza – Superintendent of Oil and Natural Gas – EPE
Miguel Nuñes Sanchez – Technical Director – Imetame Energia
Livia Valverde – CEO – ABPIP
The Brazilian tax system is highly complex, consisting of too many taxes, concentrated on consumption, and requires a high administrative cost from both the taxpayer and the tax administration. This complexity contributes to the increase in the “Brazil cost”, stimulating unfair competition, corruption, tax evasion and legal uncertainty.
In the fuel market, high taxation makes the sector attractive for the practice of tax evasion, persistent default, sales without a tax document, simulation of fictitious operations and adulteration. The latter, although not tax wrong, consists of replacing a product of higher taxation with another with a lower tax burden to obtain the gain by the difference.
Thus, this panel aims at assessing the best taxation model for the downstream segment in Brazil, which ensures a competitive, diversified and efficient value chain for the final consumer, in order to attract investments and generate income in the country, from the adoption of measures aimed at: restraining and reducing tax evasion in the chain; promoting equality among agents; reducing complexity; removing tax factors that discourage investments in refining, logistics and fuel distribution; reduce the cost of tax management in companies.
Moderator: Roberto Furian Ardenghy – Chief Institutional & Sustainability Officer – Petrobras
Renata Emery – Partner – Stocche Forbes Advogados
Luis Henrique Guimarães – CEO – Cosan
Bernard Appy – Director of the Citizenship Center – CCiF
Moderator: Clarissa Lins – President – IBP
Patrick Pouyanné – CEO – Total
Evolution of the competitiveness of offshore production
How was it 10 years ago and how is it today with regard to other types of basins: conventional onshore, shale, etc?
Comparative perspective between offshore basins
How we see the future competitiveness of offshore production
Innovation in offshore production (global perspective)
E&P digital transformation use cases
How to speed up production development?
Use of digital technologies and analytics to optimize production and predictive maintenance
Moderator: Vicente F. Assis – Latin America Leader for Energy and Infrastructure – Mckinsey
Wael Sawan – Upstream Director – Shell
Arnaud Breuillac – President Exploration and Production – Total
Erik Oswald – Vice President, Exploration and New Ventures Americas – ExxonMobil
Carlos Alberto Pereira de Oliveira -Chief Exploration and Production Officer – Petrobras
Petrobras’ divestments in refining open the way for a transformational change in the Brazilian downstream. In addition to the implementation of a competitive environment in refining, the fact that Brazil is one of the 10 largest markets for oil products in the world creates opportunities for evolution throughout the chain, from a dynamic business environment for refiners, distributors and retailers, traders (importers / exporters), infrastructure players (terminals, pipelines) and others.
However, for this opportunity to be real, there is a need to not only for evolving in many regulatory aspects, but also to deepen the understanding of the downstream status in other reference countries, especially with the greatest pressure for the energy transition as a result of COVID -19.
This session will comprise:
Characteristics of the downstream industry in reference countries
Impacts of accelerating the post-COVID-19 energy transition
Main gaps in Brazil (regulation, investments, training)
Vision of full potential for the industry in the long run and critical actions in the short term
Moderator: José de Sá – Senior Partner – Bain&Company
Marcelo Araújo – CEO / Chairman of the Board – Ipiranga / ABD
Anelise Lara – Executive Director of Refining and Natural Gas – Petrobras
Antonio Joyanes – Senior Vice-President Refining – Cepsa Refining
Bernard Pinatel – President Refining & Chemicals – Total
The session aims at discussing business opportunities in the oil and gas supply chain in Brazil and the operators’ plans. It also aims at exchanging information about challenges to overcome changes in commodity prices and how it affects their production strategies. Aspects that contribute to reducing costs, increasing efficiency, security and project fundability will be addressed.
Moderator: Renato Bertani – CEO – Barra Energia
André Araujo – President – Shell Brasil
Carla Lacerda – President – ExxonMobil Brazil
Miguel Pereira – Chief Executive Officer – GALP
Joelson Falcão Mendes – Executive Manager of Ultra Deep Water – Petrobras
– Impacts of disruptive technologies on the energy transition
– Adaptation of the Brazilian innovation ecosystem to the technological Challenges of the transition
– Role of the capital market in promoting the energy transition
– new financing mechanisms in the context of the transition (climate bonds; green bonds)
– Challenges for implementing the carbon market in Brazil and worldwide
– International trade and the carbon market
Moderator: Marina Grossi – President – CEBDS
Bjørn Otto Sverdrup – Senior Vice President Corporate Sustainability – Equinor
Arja Talakar – Senior Vice President, Industrial Applications Products Business Unit – Siemens
Heiko Meyer – Senior Vice President Strategy, Sustainability and M&A – Wintershall Dea
Several changes are underway in the electricity the natural gas industries. Renewable energies are becoming increasingly competitive, significantly increasing their participation in our energy matrix.
As a result of this and other issues, important changes have been discussed in order to modernize the regulation of the electricity sector.
On the other hand, the natural gas sector is also going through a stage of rapid maturation, as it can be seen, among other initiatives, by the Novo Mercado de Gás (New Gas Market) program.
Still in the context of natural gas, thermal generation is considered an important demand, due to its high consumption since the beginning of its operations. IBP argues that inflexible generation is allowed without restrictions, but through competitive processes with other generating sources to meet the expansion needs of the electricity sector. It also defends the recognition of the value of all the attributes added to the system that are associated with thermoelectric generation (including requirements for despachability, energy security, electrical security, peak generation, and reduction of transmission losses)
The discussion is how to harmonize the demands of the two sectors through mutually beneficial alternatives. In thermal generation, the electricity industry aims at complementing the renewables, and the oil companies have the challenge of making their production viable, mainly in fields with associated natural gas.
Moderator: Agnes Maria de Aragão da Costa – Head of the Special Advisory on Regulatory Affairs – MME
Luiz Carlos Ciocchi – Chief Executive Officer – ONS
Edson Silva – Member of the Executive Committee – Engie
Guilherme Perdigão – General Manager of New Energies – Shell
Adriano Pires – Partner – Founder – CBIE
How to transform a large and traditional company into an agile company? New concepts such as ambidexterity and techlibrium have been applied to transform organizations for a new world. Global labor markets are undergoing major transformations and the workforce needs training and empowerment to meet the new demands of the market.
In this scenario, it becomes essential to develop adaptable business models, with teams capable of reinventing the processes and willing to change to bring ideas that represent a competitive advantage for the company.
This session aims to show that the change in mindset in large companies can contribute to more agile governance processes, the discussion on which way to go and the pros and cons of this path.
Moderator: Carlos Arruda – Professor and Director of the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Center – Grupo FDC – (Innovation Hub)
Fréderic Gimenez – CDO Total & CEO of the Total Digital Factory – Total
Tânia Cosentino – President – Microsoft Brasil
Fabio Costa – President – Salesforce
Michael Deal – Vice President of Digital Transformation – ExxonMobil Upstream Integrated Solutions Company
There is a clear need to attract and retain new talent in the Oil and Gas industries. Most discussions on the topic address the issue from the point of view of recruiters and employers.
But what does the young men/women want? What contribution do they hope to give to the industries? What is their future expectation?
In this panel, we will bring together young talents to address this new perspective and contribute to the discussion of this challenge.
Moderator: Raquel Filgueiras – Senior Economist – IBP
Maria Clara Cardona – Principal Consultant Development and Deployment – Equinor Brasil
Ludmila M. Sampaio – Drilling Engineer – Chevron
Christiano Lins Pereira – Innovation Analyst – Subsea7
Faenna Karolidis – Intern in Business Development – GNA
Discussion on the topic of plastic waste and the joint mobilization of the industry to meet this demand from society. Topic of complex solutions needs the integrated participation of the entire production chain, consumers, society and governments. And also education for conscious consumption, infrastructure and technology;
Moderator: Edison Terra Filho – Braskem
Jacob Duer – President and CEO – Alliance To End Plastic Waste
Alexandre Citvaras – Business Development Director – VEOLIA
José Carlos Pinto – Full Professor – COPPE / UFRJ
Helio Mattar – President – Akatu Institute
Moderator: Cristina Pinho – Executive Director – IBP
Rafael Grisolia – CEO – BR Distribuidora
Sponsored by: Shell
“Elas cantam o Rio” – Shell invites a Happy Hour with the energy of Rio: Live show with Fernanda Abreu + Mart´nália + Sandra de Sá.
Moderator: Ricardo França – Manager – Ipiranga
09:10 – OIL AND DERIVATIVES MARKET
Paper: Bunker 0,5% production development at Petrobras refineries
Author: MARCELO MAIA FREIRE DE OLIVEIRA – Petrobras
09:20 – REFINING AND PETROCHEMISTRY
Paper: Evaluation of heat transfer fluids and nanofluids by process simulation: case study of a paraffin’s hydrotreatment and fractionation plant
Author: LIS DA SILVA OSTIGARD – Petrobras / UFBA
09:30 – INFRASTRUCTURE – PORTS, TERMINALS, DUCTS, RAILWAYS, HYDROWAYS
Paper: Detecting illegal tapping locations with free-floating pipers®
Author: ZACHARY SHAND – Ingu Solutions
09:40 – OIL AND DERIVATIVES MARKET
Paper: Asymmetric transmission of diesel oil prices in Brazil
Author: MÔNICA MARIA APOLINÁRIO TEIXEIRA – UFF
Moderator: Mariana França – Deputy Superintendent of SSM – ANP
09:10 – COMPLIANCE
Paper: The adoption of business games as effective knowledge building tool among adults: a proposal of methodology to generate engagement in compliance corporate culture
Author: RAQUEL BORBA BALCEIRO – Petrobras
09:20 – HSE – HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT
Paper: Process flow for implementing changes on offshore platforms in Brazil
Author: LUCCAS VAZAMIM GRASSMANN – UniSanta
09:30 – COMPLIANCE
Paper: Edutainment applied to compliance and integrity training: Petrobras case study
Author: LUIZ AMÉRICO PARANATINGA QUINTIERE – Petrobras
09:40 – SUSTAINABILITY
Paper: The decomissioning of oil and gas maritime structures in Brazil
Author: JIME BRAGA – Escola de Guerra Naval
Moderator: Augusto Borella – Vice President Of O&G Product – Intellie
09:10 – APPLIED DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES AND PROCESSES
Paper: Monitoring casing well integrity in real time using a digital twin
Author: LUCAS PEREIRA DE GOUVEIA – Ufal
09:20 – APPLIED DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES AND PROCESSES
Paper: Versatile ultrasound monitoring system of liquid contents applied to oil production separators
Author: AGESINALDO MATOS SILVA JUNIOR – Escola Politécnica da USP
09:30 – E&P: EXPLORATION
Paper: Applying supervised machine learning model to classify electrofacies in a Brazilian Pre-salt wellbore
Author: ANDRE LUIZ PONTARA TORRES – Unicamp
09:40 – E&P: EXPLORATION
Paper: Digital mineralogy: advances in pre-salt rocks characterization using automated mineralogical mapping of petrographic thin sections by SEM
Author: YARO MOISES PARIZEK SILVA – Petrobras
The attraction of investments in logistics and production infrastructure to supply oil products, biofuels and gas may be approached from two points of view: the financing model for these investments, based on private infrastructure funds and the stable and planned regulatory environment to meet free market needs in the sector.
The panel aims at discussing and exemplifying the two in order to provide visibility to these issues in this moment of transition.
-Financing models: the opportunity for financing through private investment funds for infrastructure
-Business Environment: attractiveness for investments: political stability, “Brazil” risk, access to capital, etc.
-Regulatory environment: development of regulation (statutory and non-statutory) to support competition in the refining market
Moderator: Helder Queiroz – Professor – IE/UFRJ
Roberto Zarour – Partner – Lefosse Advogados
Marcelo Fernandes Bragança – Executive Director of Operations, Logistics and Sourcing – BR Distribuidora
Flavio Jacociunas – Diretor de Operações – Ultracargo
The sedimentary basins of the Brazilian continental margin known as frontier areas comprise: the basin from the Mouth of the Amazon River to the Potiguar basin, on the Equatorial Margin; the deep water areas of the Santos and Campos basins; the east margin that covers the Mucuri basin to the Pernambuco-Paraíba basin; and a large part of the Pelotas basin. In such frontier areas, geological knowledge is limited due to the lack of data. Moreover, technical, operational and logistics challenges are greater than in mature areas.
In this special session, we will debate five fundamental aspects on the subject: geological knowledge, logistics, financial exposure, broad portfolio and regulatory framework:
– How to expand geological knowledge in frontier areas; – How to distribute the exploratory effort between frontier areas of the pre-salt and other basins, in order to diversify investment in areas of high exploratory risk.
– How Government and Regulatory Agencies can encourage and facilitate companies to enter remote areas;
– What are the business demands to access these areas;
Moderator: Décio Oddone – CEO – Enauta
Mario Carminatti – Executive Exploration Manager – Petrobras
Marc Gerrits – Executive Vice President Exploration – Shell
Robert Prueser – VP Director & Operations Manager – ExxonMobil Brazil
Mariano Vela – Brazil Country Manager – Chevron
Master of Ceremony: Pedro Doria
Moderator: Clarissa Lins – President – IBP
Roberto Castello Branco – CEO – Petrobras
ESG topics and, more specifically, climate change, are becoming more relevant every day among consumers, investors, public policy makers and business leaders. The COVID-19 crisis has further accelerated this discussion.
The Paris Agreement, signed by almost 200 countries, proposes a significant reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. This ambition creates pressure for structural changes in the O&G industry. Many of the large companies in the sector have responded to this pressure by announcing plans and targets to reduce the carbon intensity of their portfolios.
Adjusting to this new paradigm will be a huge challenge for the industry as a whole. This panel brings reference names on the topic and investors to discuss how companies should act to generate competitive advantages in this new context.
Moderator: Michel Frédeau – Managing Director and Senior Partner | Head of BCG Global Climate Leadership Team – BCG
Mark Wiseman – Former VP – Blackrock
Andrew Gould – Former CEO – Schlumberger
Mahendra Singhi – CEO – Dalmia Cement
Sponsored by: Shell
International Day of Persons with Disabilities – Live stand-up with performances by artists with disabilities: the meeting of the two blind people from “A Praça é Nossa” – Geraldo Magela and Jefferson Farias
It is well known that companies and research point to the importance of diversity. However, the rise of women leaders is progressing at a slower pace. Why?
In what reality are we inserted today regarding the theme and what needs to be changed? What is the favorable mindset for advancement? What do the reference companies in diversity and inclusion practices implement as a strategy?
This panel aims at creating a discussion and exploring the vision of leaders in the industry engaged in this topic; in addition to the perspective of a global human resources consulting company that has been supporting organizations to implement better strategies for an inclusive culture and to work the mindset of their leaders.
Moderator: Jessica Conser – SVP Global Head of Coaching, Inclusion and Leadership Development – LHH
Michelle Pflueger – General Manager Asset Development – Chevron Gulf of Mexico
Ana Zambelli – Coordenadora do Comitê de Diversidade – IBP
Anelise Lara – Diretora Executiva de Refino e Gás Natural – Petrobras
Susan Farrell – Vice Presidente – IHS Markit
Given the regulation, what are the expectations of the planning process, risk analysis for decision making and the execution of decommissioning in Brazil? What are the challenges that Brazil may expect from this process? Through national and international case studies we will review scenarios and discuss the paths.
Moderator: George Oliva – E&P Lead Project Manager – Shell Brasil
Gordon Carlile – Engineering Manager, bp Exploration – bp
Eduardo Hebert Zacaron Gomes – Decommissioning General Manager – Petrobras
Álvaro Luis Ranero Celius – Project Director B29 Mexico Exploration Americas Div. Upstream – Repsol
In the last 20 years, there has been a major increase in oil production in Brazil and competitiveness in exploration in deep and ultra-deep waters. Much of this evolution is due to advances in the competitiveness of the goods and services sector. However, there are still challenges to be overcome, so that the capacity developed and installed in the country may compete on a global scale.
There are several initiatives that may contribute to this. For example, the creation of financing instruments for the export of goods and services, adjustments in the sector’s tax burden, review of the application of royalties in marginal fields, allocation of RD&I resources for the development of cutting-edge technologies, among others.
In this sense, it is necessary that the government, operators and the supply chain jointly formulate and implement actions with a clear definition of deadlines and performance counterparts. These actions may pave the way for a robust and sustainable path of progress that will allow the O&G sector in Brazil to be as attractive as in other global centers. This session brings reflections on the current competitiveness challenges, because today the competition is not only amongst companies, but between countries where to invest and also with other sources of energy.
Moderator: José Firmo – Advisor – IBP
Adyr Tourinho – VP & Oilfield Equipment Latam – ABESPetro
Igor Nogueira Calvet – President – ABDI
Mauro Andrade – Vice President Supply Chain International – Equinor
Telmo Ghiorzi – Director of Institutional Relations – ABEMI / Researcher FGV-EBAPE
Internet of things, additive manufacturing, autonomous production, among other enabling technologies of industry 4.0 are no longer trends of the future to become business differentials. Save resources, increase profitability, reduce waste, automate to foresee errors and delays, speed up production to work according to the value chain, digitize flows that were made on paper, be able to intervene quickly in cases of production problems and much more. In this session, we will discuss: scientific entrepreneurship as a lever for industry 4.0, as well as ways to increase competitiveness in the O&G industry with technological resources and present cases of successful implementations of technologies.
Moderator: Gustavo Robichez – Teacher – Puc-Rio
Geraldo Rochocz – CEO – Radix
Nivio Ziviani – Professor Emeritus – UFMG
Nicolás Simone – Executive Director – Petrobras
It is well known that the Brazilian pre-salt has large reserves of oil and natural gas. However, the monetization of this gas has been the subject of several discussions, and it is clear that by 2027 not only the offer, but also the available infrastructure, will meet the existing demand.
The discussion to be addressed is how can the potential supply of natural gas be monetized economically, in addition to what the market already contracts?
Decisions to monetize this natural gas need to be made well in advance, whether for export via pipelines, for internal consumption, export via liquefaction, or its use in increasing production, via reinjection. Such decisions demand huge resources, required for the construction of a new outflow, treatment, transportation and distribution infrastructure, necessary to bring natural gas to the final consumer.
In this context, the industry is undergoing an important paradigm shift, where the hitherto hegemonic agent, Petrobras, assumed the risks and defined how natural gas would reach the market. In the new business environment, Petrobras will one more amongst many players entering the industry.
The question of anchor demands becomes crucial. What new demands will arise, enabling and benefiting from large volumes of potentially available natural gas? How will the new dynamics of the Brazilian consumer market be?
The market needs to find its own means to, in an economical way, present proposals for the development of demand, and the best way to meet it either with domestic supply or with imported natural gas.
Moderator: Carlos Tadeu Fraga – CEO – Prumo
Carlos Geraldo Langoni – Director of the World Economy Center – FGV
Fabio Abrahão – Director of Infrastructure, Concessions and PPPs – BNDES
Rodrigo Costa Lima – Executive Gas and Energy Manager – Petrobras
Juliana Borges de Lima Falcão – Specialist in Politics and Industry – CNI
The process of decarbonization of the O&G industry requires innovation, technological development, cost reduction, design optimization and, above all, a direction given by the consumer market. These parameters will define what is an opportunity and what is a challenge, what is already feasible and what is still research. Initiatives ranging from CCS, through natural-based solutions, new sources of energy, and even the availability of new, more environmentally friendly products, are solutions presented by the oil and gas industry that are already competing with each other for funds from sustainable investment funds. In this special session, we will present what is already reality and what is still science, so that the participants may draw their own conclusions about the speed of this decarbonization and the right time to redirect their money to a low carbon economy.
Moderator: Viviana Coelho – Executive Manager of Climate Change – Petrobras
Alejandro Segura – General Manager Nature-Based Solutions – Shell
Fernando Ruiz Fernandez – Sustainability Director –
Paulo Henrique Van Der Ven – Vice President for Safety, Security and Sustainability – Equinor
The 4th Industrial Revolution brought to our society processes that are more productive and smarter methods such as cyber-physical systems with nanotechnology robots, big data, blockchain, artificial intelligence and many other initiatives that have been acting as catalysts for a new era of our society more focused on human beings and the environment, Society 5.0.
In order to present success cases in this process of transition to a smarter ecosystem with less environmental impact, we will discuss how smart buildings, more sustainable materials, carbon-free mobility and more alternative energies will contribute to the success of this transition.
Moderator: Ricardo Yogui – Professor – PUC-Rio
Daniel Carocha – Partner – KPMG
João Rampini – Head of Future Cities Programme | Prosperity Fund Brazil – British Consulate-General
Támara Garcia Bermejo – R&D Manager – Repsol Sinopec Brasil
Vicente Ferreira – Executive Director – Parque Tecnológico/UFRJ
Moderator: Clarissa Lins – President – IBP
Ricardo Mussa – CEO – Raízen
Clarissa Lins – President – IBP
Cristina Pinho – Corporate Executive Director – IBP
Carlos Tadeu Fraga – Chair Rio Oil & Gas 2021
Jorge Camargo – Honored