City and Country:
Rio de Janeiro, Brasil
Contribuição para o evento:
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.
Over 70 speakers shared experiences on FLF stages.
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:
Rio de Janeiro, Brasil
Human Resources Analyst
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Conference Program & Extra Activities Committee
Human Resources Officer
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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.
Senior Partner and Managing Director
Boston Consulting Group (BCG)
Dr. Iván Marten is since 2008 the Global Leader of BCG Energy practice, for which he was previously Europe, Middle East and Africa Leader from 2004 to 2007. He has nearly 30 years of experience in the energy and environment sectors and has helped leading companies in the power, gas, oil and green energy sectors to develop their strategic visions and the organizations to implement them.
Dr. Martén has advised governments and regulators across the world on issues related to energy regulation and sustainable development. In 2013, Consulting Magazine named him one of the "Top 25" most influential consultants of the year.
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.
Global Strategy and Business Development Vice-President
He joined Statoil’s International E&P division in 1998, primarily working on the Eurasia region. Between 2001 and 2004 he worked in Azerbaijan with managerial responsibilities within government affairs, and gas marketing. Formerly, he held the position as Statoil’s vice president for U.S. Government Affairs in Washington, D.C. between 2009 and 2011. He has also assumed responsibilities as Senior Vice President South America in Development and Production International and Country Manager in Brazil on mid-year 2014. Norwegian citizen born in 1971, Mr. Eitrheim holds a degree in political science from the University of Bergen, Norway, and University College Dublin, Ireland.
In charge for four years of accompanying IFP’s oil and gas, petrochemical and powertrain industry clients in developing and maintaining the professional skills of their personnel to the highest industry standard. Prior to that position, Karnik has been the Dean of IFP School from 2000 to 2011, that offers graduate programs, providing students and young professionals from all over the world with education in the fields of energy. In these two positions, has contributed to the development of talent in the oil and gas sector, with 600 new graduates annually and over 15 000 professionals from 80 countries being trained every year. He holds a master’s degree in mechanical engineering from Nancy and a master’s degree in petroleum economics from IFP School.
Carla Lacerda é presidente da ExxonMobil Brasil, com foco em atividades de exploração e produção. Antes desta atribuição, ela era a New Opportunity Manager da América do Sul e América Gerente Comercial, dentro da ExxonMobil. Ela tem um papel no apoio às equipes de exploração em interfaces com o governo, proporcionando perspectivas da indústria em termos fiscais, contratuais e outros quadros regulamentares.
Sua carreira na indústria de Petróleo e Gás teve inicio diante de um estágio na Petrobras Centro de Pesquisas (Cenpes), seguido por uma atuação no Centro de Pesquisa da ExxonMobil em Dallas. Em seguida, Carla teve várias atribuições em Houston, trabalhando com exploração doméstica (Texas & Louisiana onshore) e vários projectos internacionais (Angola, outra África Ocidental, China, Indonésia, Mar do Norte). Ela teve duas atribuições no Brasil como Venture Manager, e mais recentemente como Lead Country Manager da ExxonMobil. Nestas posições, Carla teve um papel ativo na interface com o governo brasileiro sobre as perspectivas da indústria em relação ao quadro regulatório em evolução. Ela também foi também
Presidente da Comissão de E & P do Instituto Brasileiro de Petróleo, representando investidores em exploração e produção. Além disso, ela foi nomeada como Vice-Presidente de Comitê Executivo para Câmara Americana do Rio de Janeiro de Comércio (AmCham).
Carla atua na ExxonMobil há aproximadamente 30 anos. Ela participou Instituto de Tecnologia da Flórida e, em seguida, Texas A & M University, onde recebeu diploma de bacharel e mestre em Oceanografia Química. Carla nasceu e foi criado no Rio de Janeiro, Brasil e tem dupla nacionalidade (Brasil-EUA).
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"Young professionals have a global view of the oil and gas industry and easily share their knowledge"
Vinícius Carvalho, FMC
"WPC FLF counted on C-level speakers, who shared future perspectives and their experiences with young professionals. It was an incredible opportunity to those who want to develop a career in the oil & gas industry."
Victor Alves, FMC Technologies
"Being part of WPC FLF was really exciting, encouraging and it inspired me. We had great leaders on the stage, in a dynamic and captivating
atmosphere. What an opportunity!"
Flávia Cortez, Shell