The Madrid Energy Conference

The Madrid Energy Conference


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Date/Time
Sep 4 2019 until Sep 6 2019/ 4:00 PM- 4:30 PM

Location
Hotel Meliá Madrid Serrano
Calle de Claudio Coello, 139, Madrid, 28006
Spain

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AGENDA

7:00 – 9:00 Conference Opening – Welcoming Cocktail

8:00 Coffee/Light Breakfast Networking

9:00 Keynote Opening Panel: Global Outlook for Energy Transition

10:15 Coffee Break

10:45 Panel Discussion: Political Leadership in the Americas – A New Era in Policy?

The 2018 political shifts throughout the region will drive near-term policy evolution across the region. This panel will give investors a first look at the new administrations’ vision, and their potential impact on energy policy.

11:45 Panel Discussion: Latin America’s Energy Transition, the 3 D’s (Decentralization, Decarbonization, and Digitalization) and How Companies Can Address Global Energy Transformation

As the world moves toward sustainable energy sources, traditional oil and gas producers have begun to reinvent themselves. This discussion will showcase why the world’s major energy producing companies are fundamentally changing their businesses — and how they intend to shape the future.

1:00 Networking Luncheon

2:30 Panel Discussion: Where do National Oil Companies Fit into Latin America’s Energy Future?

How will NOCs throughout Latin America evolve to stay relevant operationally, financially, and strategically as the world shifts its energy focus?

3:30 Panel Discussion: Regulatory Risk

The strength and predictability of a country’s regulatory framework impacts the direction of investment flows. Three-fourths of total energy sector investment originates from the private sector. This panel will focus on the steps various Latin American countries are taking to strengthen their regulatory framework, and which of those efforts will have the biggest impact.

4:30 Panel Discussion: Energy Transition – Identifying Priorities for Capital Investors

The competition for capital in Latin America’s energy sector has never been greater. Several countries are hosting competing bid rounds, there is an urgent need for major infrastructure, and renewable energy investment has gained significant traction. Many firms that have long focused on oil and gas have pivoted to include electricity and renewables as part of their revised strategic vision. What is the model that will deliver shareholder and investor returns in a market with tight margins and growing competition? Where is capital flowing, and what are the principal factors driving decision-making?

5:30 Concurrent Roundtables

  • Natural Gas and Renewable Energy – Not-So-Secret Friends?
  • Battery and Energy Storage
  • Carbon Tax: Building Clear, Predictable Policy

8:00 Coffee/Light Breakfast Networking

9:00 Panel Discussion: The Future Customer

The way consumers think about energy is changing rapidly. More and more consumers are demanding that their energy come from renewable sources. They have a clear preference for environmentally friendly options, and they expect the options to purchase energy to be as innovative as the means by which they consume energy.

10:00 Panel Discussion: The Renewable Energy Wave in Latin America – Assessing Renewable Portfolio Standards (RPS), the Role of Long-Term Auctions, and What Governments are Doing to Drive Sustainable Business Prospects

Renewables are sweeping across Latin America. The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) states that solar, geothermal, and wind sources now provide more than 10 GW of installed capacity across the region. Over the last three years, Brazil, Chile, and Mexico have ranked among the top ten global renewable energy markets for investment. Long-term auctions have spurred competition and positioned renewables as a competitive component of the energy supply mix. Many countries have set specific clean energy goals and policy direction. In some cases, they have also defined financing support to ensure that renewables are deployed. But important questions remain: Will projects be delivered on time? Will they come in at the auction-determined prices?

11:00 Coffee Break

11:30 Panel Discussion: Latin America’s Natural Gas Outlook – Assessing Market Development, Overcoming Infrastructure Challenges, and Seizing Midstream Growth and Opportunities

Energy consumption in Latin America has burgeoned. With access to some of the cheapest natural gas in the world, the region’s need to build more robust and redundant infrastructure has become critical. As natural gas has become the transition hydrocarbon of choice, this panel will examine:

  • Where Latin America will source its energy
  • How much gas production will cost
  • How supply and demand can be balanced regionally to create economies of scale
  • What and where the major investment opportunities in the region will be

12:30 Closing Networking Reception

The September 2019 Madrid Energy Conference will be groundbreaking: An international assembly of top level business executives and government officials from Latin America, Europe, and the world will come together to explore the vast cross-regional opportunities at the intersection of E&P, infrastructure, renewables, and finance. The conference will gather the brightest minds and the most engaging and well-respected commercial, policy, and regulatory thought leaders throughout the region.

Latin America is shaking up its energy mix with record-setting renewable energy investment and aggressive E&P bid rounds in nearly every major energy-producing country. On top of that, the region’s largest oil-producing nations held presidential elections in 2018. This dynamic environment demands that energy sector players reassess the market and actively pursue new stakeholder engagement strategies.

The Madrid Energy Conference 2019 will give participants the opportunity to:

  • Connect with newly-appointed energy officials and other key decision makers to catalyze industry connections and partnerships.
  • Cultivate open dialogue across the energy value chain.
  • Review investment opportunities and assess risks in Latin America’s US$ 100 billion energy industry.
  • Debate innovative approaches on energy transition, regulatory and financial challenges, and government plans to support sector investment.

Hosted by recognized industry leaders:

  • The Institute of the Americas, with 27 years of experience actively cultivating energy development through its showcase La Jolla Energy Conference.
  • IPD Latin America, LLC, with 20 years of on-the-ground consulting for a wide array of global energy decision-makers.

SPEAKERS

Leonardo Sempertegui
Leonardo Sempertegui
General Legal Counsel, OPEC

International consultant with 18 years of professional and academic experience in energy and extractive industries sector, across 4 continents. Professional services provided to governments, private clients, international organizations, academia and NGOs. Established project management competence, including recognized partnership-building abilities. Excellent research, writing and presentation skills. Validated ability to work effectively in multidisciplinary teams and with high-level officials. Extensive experience in capacity building projects. Fluent in English, Spanish, French, advanced in German. Regional experience: Africa, Europe, Southeast Asia and Latin America.

Areas of experience: Energy law (transaction, litigation, mediation and international arbitration), public procurement, negotiation in complex transactions, government liaison, conception and drafting of new regulation.

Miguel Peleteiro
Miguel Peleteiro
Managing Director, Head of O&G Americas, Duff and Phelps

Miguel joined Duff & Phelps in 2014 and is the Americas Head of Oil & Gas Corporate Finance. He currently advises major oil (NOCs and IOCs) as well as midstream companies in strategic and financial contexts, including non-core divestments, market entry strategies, restructurings and financing. Miguel started his career at Morgan Stanley’s M&A division in London. After his tenure there, he decided to return to Spain where he joined PwC’s Transaction Services Group, developing and acquiring strong knowledge of due diligence activities in multinational transactions, as well as post-deal integration processes. In 2004, he joined EY’s Transaction Advisory Services Group and in 2006 co-founded Accuracy Spain, a corporate finance boutique, where he was a Partner.

Throughout his professional career, Miguel has worked in various sectors, and progressively specialized in Oil and Gas, covering all sub-sectors within the industry: upstream, midstream and downstream. Miguel developed research, analytic and negotiation skills by dealing with situations that involved both, financial and legal issues, including private disputes and governmental expropriations.

Joe Amador
Joe Amador
Managing Director, Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co.

Joe Amador is Managing Director and Head of Latin America for investment bank Tudor Pickering Holt & Co. He is responsible for the origination and execution of upstream, midstream, oil field services, and power assignments in the region. Joe has participated in over 20 mergers and acquisitions mandates, representing in excess of $25 billion in value. Prior to joining TPH, he was a Director at Scotia Waterous, the oil and gas investment banking division of Canada’s Scotiabank. He was at international consultancy firm Gaffney, Cline & Associates for 11 years, where he provided board-level advice to energy companies. Joe began his career as an Operations / Analytical Engineer with ARCO Oil and Gas Company, which was subsequently acquired by BP. Joe holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering from Rice University and an MBA from Houston Baptist University.

Thore Kristiansen
Thore Kristiansen
Co-COO/Executive Director, Galp Energia

Thore E. Kristiansen is the COO at Galp Energia, Portugal’s oil and natural gas integrated operator. Mr. Kristiansen is responsible for Galp Energia’s global Exploration and Production activities and is a member of the Executive Committee and the Board of Directors.

Galp’s activities span from exploration and production of oil and natural gas to refining and marketing oil products, natural gas marketing and sales and power generation. Galp Energia E&P activities are expanding strongly worldwide and are predominantly located in Brazil, Angola and Mozambique.

Previously, Mr. Kristiansen has served in a wide range of key international leadership positions for Statoil ASA, one of the world’s leading energy suppliers and deep water operators.

As Statoil’s Senior Vice President for Development and Production in South America and President for Statoil Brazil, Mr. Kristiansen was responsible for one of Statoil’s largest offshore operatorship outside Norway. Kristiansen’s key objectives were to maximize production in a safe and efficient manner, develop new projects, optimize portfolio and secure new business development opportunities for Statoil in the region.

Mr. Kristiansen’s previous company experience includes Senior Vice President for Development and Production in South America and Sub-Sahara Africa, President of Statoil Venezuela, Head of US Investor Relations, Vice President and Head of Corporate M&A and President of Statoil Deutschland GmbH.

His assignments for Statoil have provided Mr. Kristiansen with a valued opportunity to live and work in a variety of countries and cultures, including Brazil, Venezuela, Denmark, the U.K., the U.S., Germany and Norway. Mr. Kristiansen earned his Master of Science degree in Petroleum Engineering from the Stavanger University and his business degree from The Norwegian School of Management.

Ignacio Andino
Ignacio Andino
Director of Business Development, Europe, CAF – Development Bank of Latin America

Con formación financiera, Licenciado en Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales por la Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Ignacio cuenta con más de 25 años de experiencia en el sector financiero y de consultoría, donde ha desempeñado cargos directivos en diferentes áreas de banca corporativa y de inversión en ABN AMRO Bank y BNP Paribas y más recientemente en KPMG Corporate Finance como Socio responsable de Infraestructuras y Proyectos. Desde hace cinco años desempeña su labor en CAF, Banco de Desarrollo de América Latina, donde ha desarrollado sus funciones como Director de Financiamiento Estructurado y actualmente también como Director de Desarrollo de Negocio para Sector Privado. A lo largo de su carrera profesional, Ignacio ha liderado múltiples operaciones de financiación y M&A en diversos sectores incluyendo proyectos de infraestructuras en el sector de las telecomunicaciones con especial foco en Latinoamérica.

Jose Antonio Cepeda
Jose Antonio Cepeda
Advisor to the Minister of Energy and Non Renewable Natural Resources of Ecuador and Ecuador’s Representative to OPEC

José Antonio Cepeda currently serves as the Advisor to the Minister of Energy and Non-Renewable Natural Resources in Ecuador. Before this position, from 2016-2018 he served as Adviser to the Minister of Hydrocarbons in the former Ministry of Hydrocarbons of the Republic of Ecuador. Mr. Cepeda is the OPEC National Representative since 2017 and is a Member of IEF Executive Board since 2018. He holds a Bachelor’s in Engineering and industrial management from Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) in Germany.

Leonardo Beltran
Leonardo Beltran
Former Undersecretary for Energy Transition, Secretary of Energy, Mexico

Leonardo Beltran was Deputy Secretary for Planning and Energy Transition en the Administration of President Peña Nieto (2012-2018). As part of his responsibilities he was appointed non-executive director of CFE and Pemex. He was the Chief Planning Officer and the Chief Technology Officer in the Mexican Energy Sector. He studied a Master´s in Public Administration in International Development from the Harvard Kennedy School, a Bachelor of Science in Economics from Instituto Tecnologico Autonomo de Mexico, and studied Law in the Faculty of Law of the Universidad Nacional Autonoma de México.

In 2005, Mr. Beltran joined Secretaria de Energia (SENER) as Director for International Negotiations, participating in high level meetings of the Energy Working Group of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation Mechanism (APEC), the International Energy Agency, the Conference of the Parties of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, the Carbon Sequestration Leadership Forum, the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America, and in bilateral and multilateral negotiations with the governments of Australia, Canada, Denmark, Iceland, India, New Zealand, Spain, and United States of America.

In 2010, Mr. Beltran was appointed Director-General for Information and Energy Studies at SENER, where he took part in the National System of Science and Technology and collaborated in the Technology and Science Research Information System of the National Science and Technology Council, as well as the Special Program on Science and Technology. He also coordinated the interdepartmental working group on Carbon Capture, Use and Storage, and the working group to develop the Sustainable Building Mexican Voluntary Standard.

Leonardo Beltran has been a consultant for the Inter-American Development Bank, the World Bank, and the United Nations Industrial Development Organization. He was part of the International Affairs division of the campaign and transition team of President Enrique Peña Nieto.

Leonardo Beltran has been part of the World Economic Forum´s Council of the Future of Electricity (2014-2016), and the Council of the Future of Energy (2016-2018). Currently he is a member of the Advisory Council of the Partnering to Accelerate Sustainable Energy Innovation Project. Since 2017 is a member of the Administrative Board of Sustainable Energy for All (SE4ALL), and in 2018 he joined the Board of Fundacion por Mexico. He is also a consultant to the World Bank.

Thiago Barral Ferreira
Thiago Barral Ferreira
CEO, Empresa de Pesquisa Energetica EPE, Brazil

Aos 34 anos, Thiago Vasconcellos Barral Ferreira é o novo Diretor de Estudos Econômico-Energéticos e Ambientais da Empresa de Pesquisa Energética (EPE).  A nomeação ocorreu hoje, sexta-feira (02/02), por publicação de um decreto presidencial no Diário Oficial da União (DOU).

Natural do Rio de Janeiro, Barral é Bacharel em Engenharia Civil pela Universidade de Juiz de Fora e Mestre em Recursos Hídricos e Meio Ambiente pela Universidade do Rio de Janeiro (COPPE/UFRJ). Possui também pós-graduação em Administração Pública pela Fundação Getúlio Vargas (FGV).

Ingressou na EPE por concurso público como Analista de Pesquisa Energética há dez anos (2007) e, até esta data, ocupava o cargo de Superintendente de Projetos de Geração na Diretoria de Estudos de Energia Elétrica. Nesta área, coordenava uma equipe que atua em estudos de viabilidade e projetos das diversas fontes, tais como eólica, solar, hidrelétrica, biomassa, gás natural, carvão, etc., especialmente para fins de participação nos leilões de energia elétrica do Ambiente de Contração Regulada (ACR). Barral também vem se destacando na realização de diversos estudos técnicos para subsidiar a formulação e implementação de políticas energéticas pelo Ministério de Minas e Energia (MME).

O presidente da EPE, Luiz Augusto Barroso, comemorou a nomeação de Barral e declarou:  “tal como o Ministro Fernando, o Thiago é uma pessoa jovem, versátil, dinâmica e muito aberta ao diálogo. É prata da casa, com experiência e excelente formação técnica e multidisciplinar, que envolve, dentre muitas outras, energia, planejamento, economia, regulação, finanças e meio-ambiente, que são as expertises núcleo da Diretoria de Estudos Econômico-Energéticos e Ambientais. Ganha a EPE, ganha o MME, ganha o Brasil.”

 

Renata Beckert Isfer
Renata Beckert Isfer
Joint Secretary, Ministry of Mines and Energy, Brazil

Consultora Jurídica do Ministério de Minas e Energia – MME desde 2016, é responsável pela orientação jurídica da Pasta Ministerial, prestando assessoramento direto ao Ministro de Estado e demais autoridades do MME. Participou ativamente da criação das políticas públicas que possibilitaram a recuperação do setor de petróleo, energia elétrica e mineração. Conhecida pela sua atuação pró-ativa, pela capacidade de compreender as dificuldades vivenciadas pelos gestores a partir de informações complexas e díspares e de elaborar e propor soluções alternativas, “fora da caixa”, em consonância com o ordenamento jurídico brasileiro. Tomadora de riscos calculados, possui visão estratégica para manter processos avançando rapidamente de forma a transformar ideias em ações. * Conhecimento abrangente nas áreas de Direito de Energia Elétrica, Petróleo e Gás Natural, Teoria da Regulação, Direito Administrativo, Direito Tributário, Políticas Públicas e Análise Econômica do Direito. * Aguçada sensibilidade diplomática e consciência acerca da importância de se decifrar informações técnicas de forma concisa e palatável com vistas a influenciar resultados e definir negociações. * Sólida reputação em comunicação clara e eficiente para públicos com backgrounds culturais e educacionais diversos; poliglota, nas línguas portuguesa, inglesa, francesa e espanhola. * Experiência de 10 anos na Advocacia-Geral da União. * Líder respeitada por galvanizar equipes para adotarem visão singular e unificarem seus objetivos; reconhecida por fazer da motivação de equipes e da mentoria uma grande prioridade. *É membro da Comissão Interministerial de Negociação da Revisão do Contrato de Cessão Onerosa, do Comitê Técnico Superior do Grupo de Trabalho para realização de estudos sobre os desafios do sistema tributário brasileiro na indústria do gás natural; Coordenadora do Grupo de Trabalho de Acompanhamento Jurídico da Capitalização da Eletrobras. Participa, como convidada, dos Grupos de Trabalho para a retomada das obras de Angra III, do Comitê e Monitoramento do Setor Elétrico e do Conselho Nacional de Política Energética.

Thiago de Aragao
Thiago de Aragao
Brazil Project, SAIS Johns Hopkins University, CSIS

Thiago is the director of Strategy of Arko Advice. He has given presentations about the Brazilian and Latin American political environment in over a dozen countries and universities in the United States, Canada, Europe and China. A specialist in political risk analysis and political network analysis, through his work he has advised over 100 companies, rating agencies and investment funds from Brazil and abroad.  He is a Research Associate at the Institut de Relations Internationales et Strategiques (France) and Co-editor and Co-presenter of the Brazilian Politics Podcast (www.brazilianpoliticspodcast.com).

Andres Chambouleyron
Andres Chambouleyron
Chairman, National Electricity Regulator (ENRE), Argentina

Dr. Chambouleyron has a PhD in Economics (Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin, 1995). He studied Industrial Engineering (National University of Cuyo, Mendoza, 1990) and Master in Economics (M. A., The University of Texas at Austin, 1992). He was a fellow of IMPSA in the area of Control and Production Programming (1990), Senior Economist and Chief Researcher in the Mediterranean-IERAL Foundation in the areas of Public Services Economics and Regulation (1995-2005). He served as Advisor to the Secretariat of Communications (2000-2001) and the Cabinet of the Ministry of Economy (2001), in this latter position he worked on issues related to the regulation of services and competition policies. He was a Consultant in the areas of regulation of services, antitrust and valuation (Affiliate, LECG, 1998-March 2011) and Senior Consultant in the same areas for Compass Lexecon (March 2011-December 2015). From December 2015 to January 2018, he has been the Undersecretary of Public Utility Pricing of the Government of Argentina. He currently serves as president of Argentina’s electric power regulator.

Jose Vicente Zapata
Jose Vicente Zapata
Partner, Holland & Knight, Colombia

José Vicente Zapata is a partner in Holland & Knight’s Bogotá office with more than 25 years of experience in the natural resources sector. He focuses his practice on corporate and commercial matters with an emphasis on the environment, energy and natural resources, regulatory and contractual issues, as well as in corporate compliance and liability cases, including FCPA. Mr. Zapata co-chairs the firm’s Venezuela Focus Team, a group of partners who assists clients with interests in the country.

Mr. Zapata represents electric, oil, gas, mining, agrochemical and industrial companies. In addition, he regularly advises clients in the structuring of foreign investment transactions, corporate reorganizations, and mergers and acquisitions as well as matters of environmental liability and judicial proceedings such as class action and international claims.

Throughout his career, Mr. Zapata has served on various boards of directors and has headed numerous successful companies. He has represented clients in many of the largest transactions made in Colombia to date in the energy, mining, oil and gas sectors, in addition to assisting a range of companies in entering the energy market, obtaining mining and oil and gas concessions and structuring the contractual arrangements for such purposes. More recently, Mr. Zapata has been very active in renewable energy projects, and has led both wind farm and solar ventures. Mr. Zapata has also participated actively in key financing and structuring of transactions in these sectors.

Mr. Zapata has participated in critical environmental liability cases and class action litigation in Colombia. Of particular importance is his participation in complex cases where communities and companies discuss their corresponding rights and in prior public consultations, and environmental permits and authorizations.

Mr. Zapata has acted as co-counsel in major international commercial and investor-state arbitrations, involving sensitive international judicial matters of Colombian interest under the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and the International Centre for the Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) rules. These matters focus in energy and natural resources concerning disputes across the oil and gas, electricity, infrastructure and mining sectors.

Beyond his law practice, Mr. Zapata has served as professor of corporate responsibility, environmental liability and sustainable development at Universidad Colegio Mayor de Nuestra Señora del Rosario, Universidad de Los Andes and Universidad Externado de Colombia.

Rafael Santamaria
Rafael Santamaria
Independent Consultant, Former Commercial Lead, International New Ventures M&A, Ecopetrol

Rafael Santamaria is an Independent Senior Consultant in Upstream Oil & Gas with 15 years of international experience. His background includes a MSc in Energy Economics from Colorado School of Mines and a BSc in Petroleum Engineering. Rafael worked for more than 10 years at Ecopetrol, the Colombian National Oil Company (NYSE:EC, #300 Forbes Global 2000). From 2013 to 2018, he was a commercial lead for the International New Ventures and M&A team based in Houston, TX, USA. During that period, Ecopetrol evaluated opportunities around The Americas and West Africa and was awarded with upstream assets in USA, Mexico and Brazil. Rafael has been officially acknowledged by Ecopetrol’s high management in 2009, 2010 and 2017 for his active role.

Rafael has also been a University professor at Universidad de America (Bogota, Colombia) and Researcher in Geomechanics (Colombian Petroleum Institute). He’s member of the Association of International Petroleum Negotiators (AIPN), European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers (EAGE), the Colombian Association of Petroleum Engineers (ACIPET), and the International Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE). In the latter, he’s been an e-mentor to undergraduate students.

He enjoys travelling, and has lived in Houston (USA), Denver (USA), Manchester (UK), Bucaramanga and Bogota (COL). He and his British wife are currently based in Madrid (SPA).

Pablo del Rio
Pablo del Rio
Investigator, Elcano Royal Institute

Pablo del Río is senior researcher in the Environmental Economics Group at the Institute for Public Goods and Policies in the Consejo Superior Científicas (CSIC), the main public research centre in Spain and the third largest in Europe. He completed his Degree in Economics and Business Administration in the Autónoma University of Madrid (UAM) and holds a PhD in Economics by UAM (2002). His areas of research and interest are related to environmental economics, management, energy economics and innovation economics. He has more than 70 international publications in these areas. He has participated in 6 European-funded research projects on several topics in Environmental Economics and Energy and he is on the Executive Board of the Spanish Association for Energy Economics (AEEE). Furthermore, he has an extensive, 13-year teaching experience at the undergraduate level and he usually collaborates with several institutions in Masters related to Environmental Economics, Energy Economics and Climate Change. He was associate professor of Environmental Economics and Econometrics between 1999 and 2008 in the Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha and he was Vice-dean of external relationships in this university between 2005 and 2007.

Enrique Sira Martinez
Enrique Sira Martinez
Managing Partner at Upside Value Group

Seasoned Oil&Gas and Power executive with more than 20 years of experience globally. Highly driven leader with strong commitment to growth and track record of consistently delivering results and reaching objectives. In depth technical, commercial and strategic industry knowledge as a distinct advantage.
Areas of expertise:
Company Business and strategic planning
Renewables – Wind, Solar, Biomass
Co-Generation development
Upstream Oil and Gas
Uncertainty Driven Oil, Gas and Generation Asset Valuation and Portfolio Optimization
Energy Asset Portfolio Management and Optimization
Energy Investment Decision Analysis
Oil and Gas Corporate Strategy and Planning
Heavy and EHO Monetization and Development
Gas Monetization Strategies
New Product Strategy and Development
Market Assessment and Evaluation
Market Strategy

 

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