MARE FORUM & THE BRAZIL-CHINA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY
present the:

3rd
MARE FORUM BRAZIL 2013
- Looking Ahead -

COMMODITIES - TRADE - MARITIME TRANSPORTATION - SHIPBUILDING - PORTS, LOGISTICS AND INFRASTRUCTURE - OFFSHORE - INVESTMENTS AND SHIP FINANCE


Wednesday 13 November 2013
 

Windsor Atlantica Hotel

Rio de Janeiro - Brazil


 

This conference titled "Mare Forum Brazil - Looking ahead" will be the 3rd edition in Brazil of a successful gathering where top international and Brazilian executives from all professions of the maritime, shipping, finance, oil, gas, industry and regulatory bodies are participating to network, discuss and learn what will, ánd need to be, the future of maritime Brazil.

The main sessions of the conference will deal with the role of Brazil in the global economy and geopolitics, trade, oil, gas and other commodities exports, shipbuilding, offshore business, ports infrastructure, environment, inland shipping, maritime education and finance and investments in the Brazilian maritime industry.

 

The conference will take place in an open, stimulating, free-flowing environment with ambiance and informal discussions once again demonstrating the successful hallmark of the Mare Forum formula.


The language of the conference will be English and Portugese
 

Looking forward to welcoming you in Rio de Janeiro,


 

Jannis Kostoulas                    
Managing Director 
Mare Forum 

Charles Tang

President

Brazil-China Chamber of Commerce & Industry
 

 





The language of the conference will be
English and Portugese



 

    Wednesday November 13, 2013
 
08:00   Registration
 
09:00   Opening and Welcome
    Charles Tang
President, Brazil-China Chamber of Commerce and Industry
 
    Jannis Kostoulas
Managing Director, Mare Forum
     
     Session 1

Brazil and the World - Looking Ahead
Geopolitical Considerations

 
 
 
  • Geopolitical Considerations
  • The World and Brazilian Commodities Trade Forecast and its effects on shipping
  • Shipping markets forecast; supply and demand
  • How will maritime Brazil look in the next 10 to 20 years?
  • What are the strategies for the future?
09:15   Charles Tang
President, Brazil-China Chamber of Commerce and Industry

SPEAKERS:
09:30   On behalf of
Sergio Machado
President, Transpetro
Danny Aronson
CEO Advisor
PETROBRAS Transporte S.A. - TRANSPETRO
 
09:45   Fernando Pimentel Puga
Director of the Research & Monitoring Department, BNDES
 
10:00   Philip Embiricos
Past President BIMCO
 
10:15   Break
 
10:45   Gary Morgan
Director Analyst Team, Clarksons, USA
 
11:15   Milton Costa
Executive Secretary
Brazilian Petroleum, Gas and Biofuels Institute – IBP
 
11:30   Discussion between speakers, discussion panelists and audience participants

Discussion panelists:
 
    Discussion panelists:
Fernando Bortoli Machado
General Manager, PETROBRAS
Roberto Giorgi
President V.Ships

Ji Huafa
Director, Sinochem
Jose Carlos Ferreira
Vice President – South America, ABS
Stefano Socci
Managing Director Americas, RINA GROUP
Marcio Abdenur
Vice-President,
Brazil-China Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Dimitris Lyras
President Ulysses-systems, President Lyras Shipping Ltd., Greece
Maurizio Nigito
RINA, Area Manager South America
Almirante Silva Lima
Comando de Operações Navais
Sérgio Leal
CEO, SINAVAL
Jonas Mattos
Business Development Manager South America
Det Norske Veritas

Ronaldo W. Frank
Managing Director, Frank Shipbrokers
Jan Fransen
Managing Director, Green Award Foundation, The Netherlands
Alexandre B. de Carvalho
Marine Business Manager for Brazil and Colombia, Lloyd’s Register do Brasil Ltda.
Leonidas Polemis
President, Remi Maritime, Greece
Leonardo Cerquinho
Port Management Director, SUAPE
Audience Participants
 
 
12:15   Lunch
 
     Session 3

Exploring the Future of the Brazilian Maritime Cluster

 
     
   
  • How will shipping be Shipbuilding market outlook in Brazil – innovations, challenges, opportunities
  • Market forecasts, capacities, future developmentsin the next 20 to 30 years?
  • The Brazilian Shipbuilding and offshore Industry – innovations, challenges and opportunitiesOffshore Market Outlook
  • Offshore Market Outlook Supporting the offshore Industry – capacities, future developments, developing global-Brazilian partnerships Maritime Equipment competitiveness
  • New ships - New fuels - Eco ships
  • Strategies for Ports infrastructure and terminals – imperatives
  • Maritime education and crewing – what is needed?
  • Investing in Prevention: Environment and Safety in the Brazilian Waters
  • Investing and financing Brazil’s ambitions
14:00   Session chairmen:
Jose Carlos Ferreira
Vice President – South America, ABS

SPEAKERS:
14:15   Jonas Mattos
Business Development Manager South America
Det Norske Veritas

 
14:30   Fernando Bortoli Machado
General Manager, PETROBRAS

 
14:45   Sérgio Leal
CEO, SINAVAL

 
15:00   César Prata
President of the Brazilian Offshore & Marine Equipments Chamber, ABIMAQ
 
15:15   Stefano Socci
Managing Director Americas, RINA GROUP

 
15:30   Roberto Giorgi
President V.Ships
 
15:45   Leonardo Cerquinho
Port Management Director, SUAPE
 
16:00   Jan Fransen
Managing Director, Green Award Foundation, The Netherlands

 
16:15   Discussion between speakers, discussion panelists and audience participants

Discussion panelists:
Maurizio Nigito
RINA, Area Manager South America
Almirante Silva Lima
Comando de Operações Navais
Ji Huafa
Director, Sinochem

Dimitris Lyras
President Ulysses-systems, President Lyras Shipping Ltd., Greece
Marcio Abdenur
Vice-President,
Brazil-China Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Ronaldo W. Frank
Managing Director, Frank Shipbrokers
Alexandre B. de Carvalho
Marine Business Manager for Brazil and Colombia, Lloyd’s Register do Brasil Ltda.
Fernando Pimentel Puga
Director of the Research & Monitoring Department, BNDES
Philip Embiricos
Past President BIMCO
Gary Morgan
Director Analyst Team, Clarksons, USA
Danny Aronson
Shipping and Maritime Transportation Advisor
PETROBRAS

Milton Costa
Executive Secretary
Brazilian Petroleum, Gas and Biofuels Institute – IBP

Audience Participants
 
17:15   Closing Remarks and introduction of Final Speaker
 
17:20 18:20   Drinks Cocktail hosted by
 



 

 

 

 

 


 

 



 


 

INFORMATION
For further information on the conference please contact:

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