The objective is to foster discussion on all topics that in the energy transition will contribute to the reduction and mitigation of greenhouse gas emissions, at the global and national level, within the ambition of the Paris Agreement, to maintain the average temperature increase at 1.5ºC and in accordance with the Brazilian NDC.
The oil and gas industry plays a very important role in this energy transition and this technical programming demonstrates the unequivocal interest of participating in public policy discussions, of showing the main advances and commitments of the sector in reducing and mitigating greenhouse gases, encouraging the exchange of experiences, disseminating technologies and interacting with society.
International negotiations, new energy sources and changes in energy production and consumption, as well as business initiatives committed to the horizon of zeroing net emissions, are part of this context of discussions to be promoted by technical work, from industry, academy, government, civil society organizations and research institutions.
The transformation to a low-carbon economy is inevitable and all the positive impacts and challenges of that change need to be debated now. The structuring and short and medium term solutions should be prioritized, with ambition, technological development, innovation, sustainable consumption and other issues that signal investment opportunities and meet the new directions of society, with guaranteed energy safety and well-being for all.
The demand for energy will continue to grow and the transition needs to take place in a fair and inclusive manner, generating the opportunity for training and employment in the new digital environment and new professions, for rapidly advancing low-carbon economy.
The reflection of all this in Brazil is also very important so that the benefits are widely used at the best effective cost in favor of society and the opportunities for international investments of the moment in Brazil, are not wasted.
- Paris Agreement
- Climate Science
- Project Financing
- Carbon Market
- Reputational and Financial Risks
ENERGY MATRIX AND SCOPE 3
- Smart Cities
- Evolution of the Energy Mix
- Natural Gas
- Modern Hydroelectricity, Nuclear and Renewables (solar, wind, etc.)
DECARBONIZATION AND NETZERO
- Supply Chain and Industrial Customers Energy-Intensive
- Carbon Capture, Use and Storage (CCUS)
- Energy Efficiency
- Methane and Flaring Emissions
- Decarbonized Energy for Own Consumption
- Reduction of Emissions in Process Plants
- Carbon Removal
- Energy Transition and the O&G Industry