Roundtable on Foreign Policy and Energy
They are open until April 30, registration for the Roundtable on Foreign Policy and Energy, held on the 7th of May, in Rio de Janeiro. The meeting will be conducted by Alexandre de Gusmão Foundation and the Department of Energy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The main goal of the discussions is to promote reflection on the new role that Brazil will exert energy on the international agenda, which requires an evaluation exercise on the interests and foreign policy priorities in this area for years to come.
The event will consist of four panels in which experts will discuss the following topics: the role of Brazil in the international arena as a major producer and consumer of energy, and the Pre-Salt Brazil's role in international relations as a potential oil exporter, opportunities and challenges for Brazil in the international expansion of the space for the use of renewable energy, and prospects for regional energy integration.
Access the material used by the panelists in their speeches throughout the Round-Table discussion:
- Marcelo Colomer Ferraro, Group for Energy Economics at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ) – available in Portuguese
- Alice Kinue Jomori de Pinho, Coordinator of Strategic Studies at the National Agency for Petroleum, Natural Gas and Biofuels (ANP) - available in Portuguese
- Clayton de Souza Pontes, Coordinator-General of the Department of Oil and Natural Gas Exploration and Production Policy of the Ministry of Mines and Energy (MME) – available in Portuguese
- Gilberto de Martino Januzzi, Departament for Energy of the University of Campinas (UNICAMP) - available in Portuguese
- Professor Paulo Cesar Cunha, Getúlio Vargas Foundation (FGV Energy) - available in Portuguese