A leading pipeline event will feature discussions on the opportunities presented by the opening of the natural gas, refining and logistics market in Brazil.
Rio Pipeline, taking place on 3–5 September 2019, will address the challenges and opportunities for the pipeline activity in Brazil.
Brazil has been taking significant steps towards promoting the development of the natural gas and refining and logistics market, which will result in more jobs, income and economic growth in the upcoming years.
Within the framework of the Federal Government, measures coordinated by Brazil’s Ministry of Economy, Ministry of Mines and Energy, National Agency of Petroleum, Natural Gas and Biofuels (ANP), Cade and the Energy Research Office (EPE) are now targeted at competitive markets, attractive investments and with the performance of a greater number of agents.
During the event, a study will be presented first hand by the Brazilian Petroleum, Gas and Biofuels Institute, pointing out the necessary investments in refining and logistics capacity expansion – including the expansion of the pipeline net – to ensure national supply until 2030.
Studies developed by Energy Research Office will also be presented for the expansion of the gas net – transportation and outflow.
With workshops, plenary sessions and forums, the event will bring together experts from all over the world, bringing an international flair to the discussion.
At the plenary on perspectives for the global pipeline industry, the agenda will feature industry professionals including Transportadora de Gas del Norte CEO Daniel Ridelener, Trapil CEO Patrice Brès and Canadian Energy Pipeline Association Vice President Patrick Smyth to present the overview of the pipeline industry.
This discussion will highlight the operators’ perspectives on the expansion of the global pipeline net, considering geopolitical, regulatory and technological aspects, and more.
The 12th edition of Rio Pipeline is expected to provide discussions that raise community awareness about the importance of this industry to the development of the country.
For more information visit the Rio Pipeline website.
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