WPC Future Leaders Forum 2016

In 2016, from 24 to 27 October, IBP – Brazilian Petroleum, Natural Gas & Biofuels Institute brought to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, the fifth edition of the largest gathering of young professionals in the petroleum industry. Under the motto “Game changers: new leaders for a new competitive energy industry”, the 2016 edition of the event, created by the World Petroleum Council (WPC), had as pillars of discussion topics such as industry sustainability, business leadership and technology & innovation.

Organization

FLF is a global and collaborative event.
To organize this 5th edition here in Brazil, young professionals from all around the globe did a lot of research, organized a lot of focus groups, discussions and meetings.

Get to know who put this event together for you:

Maria Clara Cardona

Maria Clara Cardona

Communications Analyst

Company:

IBP

City and Country:

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Contribuição para o evento:

Communications Committee Vice-coordinator

Thiago Valejo

Thiago Valejo

Oil and Gas Strategic Content Coordinator

Company:

Sistema Firjan

City and Country:

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Contribuição para o evento:

Conference Program & Extra Activities Committee Vice-coordinator

Syahid Deradjat

Syahid Deradjat

Human Resources Officer

Company:

Pertamina

City and Country:

Jakarta, Indonesia

Contribuição para o evento:

Program Committee

Guilherme Silveira

Guilherme Silveira

Well Engineer

Company:

SHELL

City and Country:

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Contribuição para o evento:

Sponsorship & Partnership Committee

Vinicius Coimbra

Vinicius Coimbra

Planning Analyst

Company:

Repsol Sinopec

City and Country:

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Contribuição para o evento:

Communications Committee

Speakers

FLF will gather over 60 speakers from 25 countries around the globe, who will be in charge of debates on global oil & gas industry.
Find out the speakers who are already confirmed.

Leonardo Junqueira

Leonardo Junqueira

CEO Brazil

Company:

Repsol Sinopec

Leonardo Junqueira has more than 10 years’ experience in Finance leading positions. His experience includes a position as CFO/Deputy CFO during an IPO and a Private Placement processes, including responsibilities related to investor relations and post-implementation. He also occupied the role of Financial Controller of a 1,5 Billion $ Canadian project (funded through two projects finance) reporting directly to local general manager, and a temporary position in Repsol Headquarters (Spain) with the role as CFO Americas (LAM and T&T) from December 2015 to March 2016.
He is a civil engineer graduated at Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, has a Master in Finance Derivatives and Capital Markets (Pontificia Universidade Católica – IAG/PUC RJ – Brazil) and an MBA in “Economía y gestión de las empresas de energía” (IESE, Universidad de Navarra, Instituto Superior de la Energía – Madrid/Spain).
Since April 2016 he occupies the role of CEO Brazil for Repsol Sinopec.

Marco Brummelhuis

Marco Brummelhuis

Vice-President Finance, Planning and Strategy

Company:

Shell

He holds Bachelor and Master’s Degrees in Physics from Groningen University and a PhD in Physics and Mathematical Sciences from Leiden University in the Netherlands.
As from early 2016, he started leading the Shell-BG Transition efforts in Rio, where he will also take up his role as GM for Libra and Iara later in the year.
Over the past 24 years, Marco worked in a slate of Reservoir Engineering, Technical Management, Project Management, New Business Development and Strategy and Planning roles in Shell’s Upstream and Gas and Power businesses in The Netherlands, Venezuela, Argentina, Russia, Brasil and Canada.
Marco is a member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) and a Chartered Engineer with the Institute for Mining and Metallurgy in the UK. In his spare time he loves running and going to the movies and has a passion for the latest and greatest in Roller coasters.

Maryann T. Mannen

Maryann T. Mannen

Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer

Company:

FMC Technologies

Maryann T. Mannen is Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of FMC Technologies, Inc. As CFO, Ms. Mannen is responsible for overall financial management of the Company, its financial reporting and transparency, and for multiple corporate functions.
Ms. Mannen has extensive leadership experience in all businesses of FMC Technologies over nearly three decades with the Company. Before being appointed to her current role, she served as Senior Vice President and CFO from 2011 to early 2014. Prior to that, she was Treasurer, and Vice President and Deputy Chief Financial Officer for the Company.

From 2007 through 2010, Ms. Mannen was Vice President of Administration, responsible for Human Resources, Executive Compensation, Health, Safety and Environment, and Corporate Communications. She also served as the Secretary to the Compensation and the Nominating and Governance Committees of the Board of Directors of FMC Technologies.

Ms. Mannen holds a bachelor’s degree in Accounting and an MBA from Rider University in Lawrenceville, New Jersey. She serves on the Board of Directors for Owens Corning, a Fortune 500 public company, as well as The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, a non-profit.

Paulo Carvalho

Paulo Carvalho

Researcher, Coppe

Company:

UFRJ

Paulo Carvalho is post-doctoral researcher of the Production Engineering Program at COPPE/UFRJ, in the Laboratory of Advanced Systems in Production Management – SAGE, where he works with research about Sustainable Production and Management Systems.

He has 30-year experience in the oil and gas industry as senior executive in Sustainability, HSSEQ-SR, Compliance (Anti-Corruption and Ethics) and Human Resources, developed in multinational companies.

He is a Mechanical and Safety Engineer from PUC-RJ, with Doctor of Science (D.Sc.) and Master of Science (M.Sc.) degrees in Production Engineering from COPPE/UFRJ.

Ana Hofmann

Ana Hofmann

Branch Director

Company:

Microsoft

Currently the Branch Director at Microsoft, assuming to assume the RJ&MG state EPG operations. Ana is active in the technology market since 1988, she worked with innovation projects focused in hybrid networks, in charge of downsing projects. Her first management challenge was at Lachmann Group. After, she accepted the invitation to join the AMANCO GROUP assuming as CIO in charge of the reengineering project. During 5 years she managed the implementation of ORACLE, PEOPLESOFT, I2, MOOPY among other systems that supported the innovation process. After 5 years working as a client, Ana was invited by ORACLE to take care of the office in Paraná State, and afterwards to do the same at the northeast of Brazil. After concluding these missions she was named manager for executive accounts in Rio de Janeiro and Espírito Santo State.

In 2001 she assumed as a Sales VP at MARAMBAIA Capital to support the launching of 3 companies, a Wireless ISP, a PLC industry, and a software company. During this period she became W2I ( Wireless Internet Institute - ONU ) director in Brazil participating at the most important wireless internet projects in the country.
In 2004 she was invited by Sistema FIRJAN to lead the TIC economic development program and she became the Executive Director at FUNPAT (High Technology Park Foundation) representing the RJ's Industries interest at the TELECOM arena. In parallel, in 2010, Ana became the Innovation's Assessor at FIRJAN, in charge of the Knowledge Sharing corporative project.
Ana is graduated in Computer Science from Universidade Católica de Petrópolis, and have MBA in Gestão Empresarial from FGV.

O&G ACTIVITIES IN RIO DE JANEIRO:

82%

of proven reserves of oil and gas in Brazil

70%

of O&G domestic production

1,6 billlion

of R&D investment

+ 50

research and development institutions

Sponsorship

Get to know the companies who are helping us bring FLF to life.

Sponsors

MASTER

PLATINUM

GOLD

SUPPORT

OFFICIAL DAILY NEWSPAPER

MEDIA SUPPORT

Videos

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