Experts discuss the future of the oil sector at FGV
Following a series of regulatory and legal changes in the sector since 2016, along with the pricing policy of derivatives aimed at a more open and competitive market, Brazil seems ready to attract investments that seek to flood the country with oil, gas, income, employment, and economic activity. To discuss this scenario, FGV Energy will be holding, on June 28, at 11 a.m., the event “O Futuro do Setor Petrolífero” (“The Future of the Oil Sector”), at the FGV Main Office auditorium (Praia de Botafogo, 190, 12º andar, Botafogo, Rio de Janeiro, RJ).
The debate will be attended by Fernando Coelho, former Minister of Mines and Energy and federal deputy, and Roberto Ardenghy, Director of Institutional Relations of Petrobras. They will address the major challenges that need to be overcome for the development of the sector.
The event is part of the Energy in Focus series, which aims to provide a high-level debate, serving as a connection between consumers and producers, government and industry, and academics.
Please visit the website for more information and to make your registration.
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