logologo #BrazilGasSummit Dates: 15–17 February 2022

H.E. Rosilena Lindo

Eng. Rosilena Lindo, current Panama Undersecretary of Energy, was Senior Regional Energy Expert & Project Manager “Development of a Solar Water Heating Market in Panama UN Environment, Latin American and the Caribbean Regional Office. She was also Executive adviser to the Minister of Environment of Panama, and former Climate Change director in the Ministry of Environment.

She was part of the engineers responsible for the Quality Assurance and Control supervision for the Panama Canal expansion, in the Panama Canal Authority.

Has a bachelor in civil engineering, is M.Sc. in Environmental Science – Renewable Natural Resources and Environmental Management from UASLP, Mexico; is  M.Sc.  in Technology, Renewable Energy, Environment & Resource Management In The Tropics & Subtropics, Cologne University of Applied Sciences, Institute for Technology Germany, expert in Wholesale Electricity Markets , Renewable Energy design and Environmental Impact Assessment & Environmental Management.

 

She has been climate change negotiator for Panama, Chair and Vice Chair of the Forum of Designated National Authorities of the Clean Development Mechanism of Latin America and, among other things, has collaborated with international agencies and organizations such as the Franconian Energy Agency, Germany.

Daniel Lamassa

Daniel Lamassa is the Undersecretary of Oil, Natural Gas and Energy of the Secretariat for Economic Development, Energy and International Relations (SEDEERI) of the Government of the State of Rio de Janeiro, a state that is the largest producer of oil (81,3%), the largest producer of natural gas (62,4%) and the only state with nuclear energy generation of the country, in addition to great potential for energy generation through solar photovoltaic sources, offshore wind, green and blue hydrogen, and biogas. Daniel participates with the State Government creating public policies to improve the business environment in attracting and consolidating companies in the oil, natural gas and energy sector in the State.

 

A Petroleum Engineer from PUC-Rio, Daniel has an international master’s degree in Oil and Gas Trade Management from Regent’s University London and a postgraduate degree in Project Management from Fundação Getulio Vargas. With professional experience in the energy field, he has worked in an energy consulting company and in a transport company that uses Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) as fuel.

 

He has articles published in national and international magazines, in addition to speaking at various events focused on the oil, natural gas and energy sector.

 

He represents the State Government and the Secretariat as an advisor in different bodies, always seeking to strengthen and attract companies to the State of Rio de Janeiro.

Ricardo Gorini

Ricardo Gorini is an economist, holds an MBA in Finance and MSc. and DSc. in Energy. He joined IRENA, in 2018 as Senior Program Officer – REmap, responsible for the Renewable Energy roadmaps program at global, regional and country level. He is co-author of the IRENA global roadmap series including the latest World Energy Transitions Outlook 2050. Previously he has worked in the financial market and mining sector, as well as advisor for energy policies and regulation in Brazil, including as the Director of the Brazilian Energy Office (EPE) in charge of the Brazilian energy planning. He was also involved in the Brazilian NDC formulation and he coordinated the energy group of the Brazilian Climate Change Forum. He was the sherpa for Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM) and Mission Innovation (MI).

Ieda Gomes Yell

Ieda Gomes has a broad range of expertise in the natural gas and energy and infrastructure industries with an international career spanning 35 years in the public and private sectors. She was a group leader with BP plc in various roles such as Country President BP Brasil, Vice-President New Ventures Middle East and South Asia, Vice President BP Solar and Regulatory Affairs. Prior to BP Ieda was the CEO of the largest gas utility in Brazil, the Sao Paulo Gas Company.

Ieda is an independent director of The Institute of Directors (UK), Saint Gobain (France), Exterran Corporation (USA), Prumo Logistica (Brazil), and the Brazilian Chamber of Commerce in Great Britain (UK). She is a senior visiting research fellow at the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies (UK), member of the Advisory Board of Crystol Energy and Senior Adviser and member of the Advisory Board of Fundação Getúlio Vargas’ FGV Energia (Brazil). Ieda is a founding director of WILL Latam (Women in Leadership in Latin America) an NGO aiming to promote gender diversity and leadership in companies in Brazil and Latin America and Access for Women in Energy, a platform to provide visibility for female speakers in events and conferences.

She has a degree in Chemical Engineering, post-graduation in Environmental Engineering (Polytechnic School of Lausanne) and MSc in Energy (University of São Paulo).

Ieda was awarded the 2001-2002 Veuve Clicquot Business Woman of the Year Award (Brazil). She is a regular columnist at Brasil Energia.

Rodrigo Costa Lima e Silva

BUSINESS EXPERIENCE: Mr. Rodrigo Costa Lima joined Petrobras in 2005 having held several managerial roles in the Exploration & Production, Gas & Power, and Strategy areas including Executive Gas and Energy Manager between June 2019 and January 2021. Prior to that, Mr. Rodrigo Costa Lima was the executive manager for Strategy. He has also managed activities related to exploration and production. Additionally, Mr. Rodrigo Costa Lima was chairman of the Board of Directors of some Petrobras subsidiaries.

EDUCATION: Mr. Rodrigo Costa Lima holds a degree in Business Administration from Universidade Católica de Salvador. He has also a master’s degree in Business Administration from IBMEC, as well as a MBA in Corporative Finance from Fundação Getulio Vargas

Eduardo Bordieri

Eduardo Bordieri has more than 35 years of experience in UPST operations & project management in Brazil and the US Gulf of Mexico During his carrier in Petrobras, he held several leadership positions in well operations, asset operations, upstream and midstream project management and strategic planning.

His current position in Petrobras is Strategy Executive. He held a BSc in Civil Engineering in Universidade De Sao Paulo – USP, specialization in Petroleum Engineering in Petrobras and MBA in Business in FGV and INSEAD.

Alvaro Ferreira Tupiassu

He is currently Executive Manager of Gas and Energy at Petrobras. He has worked at Petrobras since 2004, where he also held technical and management positions in the areas of thermoelectric operation, natural gas supply and logistics, commercialization and marketing of natural gas, LNG and energy. Previously, he worked at Vale do Rio Doce, in the logistics area, and independently on several projects to improve energy efficiency and small-scale renewable energy systems. He holds a degree in electrical engineering and a Master’s degree in energy systems from the Federal University of Pará, and an Executive MBA from Fundação Dom Cabral, with a Post-MBA from the Kellogg School of Management.

Viviana Canhão Bernardes Gonçalves Coelho

Viviana Coelho is climate change executive manager at Petrobras. She is a chemical engineer and biologist with a master’s degree in environmental technology from Imperial College. She also holds an MBA in advanced administration, a postgraduate degree in innovation and extensive executive training in institutions such as Insead, IMD, Cambridge University, London Business School and Columbia University. She currently represents the Petrobras on the Executive Committee of the Oil and Gas Climate Initiative and the Climate Change group at Ipieca. Previously, she held various functions in Petrobras’ downstream and research & development, including general manager of the Portfolios of Innovation in Gas, Energy and Sustainable Development. Prior to Petrobras, she worked as a consultant on projects for multinationals from different segments in several countries.

Ovidio Quintana

Ovidio Quintana
Commercial and Regulatory Director of TAG

Ovidio Quintana joined ENGIE in 2014. He held the position of Contract Manager and Deputy Construction Director at GNLS Uruguay from 2014 to 2015, SPE formed by GDF Suez and Marubeni. In 2016, he moved to Brazil to act as Senior Business Development Manager in charge of Gas Infrastructures at Engie Brasil Participações (EBP). He participated in the business development team dedicated to TAG acquisition process in multidisciplinary disciplines, leading the market studies and regulatory evaluation.
Along his 26 years career in the energy market in Brazil and abroad, he took different positions (Contractual, Commercial & Foreign Trade affairs) in the gas industry and
electrical sector (power generation and T&D), acting as Project Manager and Erection Commissioning Manager at AREVA and ALSTOM for 7 years before joining Engie, with focus on North Africa and Middle East markets.
Ovidio Quintana is graduated in Business Administration and has postgraduate qualification in Foreign Trade and International Affairs, both by Fundação Getúlio Vargas – FGV. He has a certification in the Regulation of Gas Markets at the Florence School of Regulation (FSR).

 

Alexandre Oliveira

Alexandre Oliveira is a Director in the global oil and gas leadership for Partners in Performance. He has 42 years of experience from Operating and Consulting companies having worked for Schlumberger, Statoil and Baker Hughes in a variety of roles and as a Senior Partner at Accenture, Boston Consulting Group and Ernst & Young. He brings a vast array of industry knowledge and experience having joined Partners in Performance in 2020. Alexandre started his career in 1979 following his engineering graduation with Honours from Imperial College, London.

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