Fifth Ring has recently returned from a successful and enjoyable event in Houston - the perfect opportunity for forging strong international partnerships. We spent some quality time with the Brazilian delegation alongside our partners ZoomOut, Brazil’s leading corporate communications company in the energy sector. This allowed us to gain valuable insight on the future of South America’s energy industry. After listening closely to the principal speakers at the session, we have hand-picked highlights from each session to create exclusive footage for our clients.
Roberto Ardenghy, Deputy Counsel General of Brazil
Who better to tell you about what’s going on in Brazil than the Deputy Counsel General for Brazil in Houston? Roberto Ardenghy shows how growth initiatives have been set up to stimulate inward investment and collaboration within the South American market. He also believes that Brazilian businesses have great opportunities for international growth. Ardenghy is a firm believer in building strong relations for dramatically increasing visibility for Brazil, backed by the Brazilian consulate in Houston. This film will show you how Brazil’s entrepreneurial spirit is very active.
Magda Chambriard, General Director ANP
With Brazil’s Minister of industry and energy officially announcing the realisation of the 13th licencing round, Magda Chambriard, General Director at ANP provides a broad overview of the opportunities on Brazil’s east coast in both offshore and onshore gas with this latest round of licensing. Magda also confirms there will be some exciting opportunities for operators and service providers in the industry and highlights the significance of supporting business in Brazil.
Eduardo Parente, President of Prumo Logistics
Eduardo Parente focuses on the significance of work being undertaken at Acu Harbour – a prime example of the successful oil and gas infrastructure project underway in Brazil. Already housing businesses such as Technip and BP, the Harbour provides a safe and efficient environment for various operations, including a multi cargo terminal, the Chouest base and terminals that will allow transhipment of 1.2 million barrels of petroleum per day. If you want a valuable insight into the scale of projects being undertaken and market sectors are being stimulated in Brazil, watch this film.