This course, presented by former director of Brazil's National Regulatory Agency Magda Chambriard, starts with an overview of Brazil geography, government structure,
E&P current state. It then looks at the last 20 years and
discusses how it got to where it is today including regulations on
pre-salt and natural gas. It covers some of the frequently asked
questions such as the difference between production sharing and
Concession agreements, the bidding rounds process and
the qualification requirements for land, shallow and deepwater, and it finally discusses the plays being offered in
2017, 2018 and 2019.
Who should take this course:
This course is suited for those who are interested in participating in the upcoming licensing rounds in Brazil as well for those who are looking to join or learn more about Brazil’s O&G future or want to do business in the O&G sector in Brazil.
By the end of the course you will have a greater understanding for Brazil’s O&G industry its framework and opportunities.
Magda Chambriard is the former General Director of Brazil’s National Agency of Oil, Natural Gas and
Biofuels (ANP). She graduated in Engineering from Rio de Janeiro Federal
University, where she also obtained her Master’s Degree. She worked at
Petrobras, where she specialized in Reservoir and Production Engineering
and also acted as a Business Consultant for E&P. She was a member
of ANP’s Advisory Board for E&P, as well as former Superintendent of
Exploration and Superintendent of Block Definition. In May 2010, she
was appointed Member of the Administrative Council at the Brazilian
Public Company for Energy Research (EPE).