Statoil at Rio Oil & Gas 2012

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Rio Oil and Gas
Rio Oil & Gas Expo & Conference is the largest tradeshow in Latin America and will be held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, September 17 – 20 2012
Below you will find the complete Statoil Rio Oil & Gas programme, the latest news, conference presentations, vacant positions and more useful information that will help you get the most out of the Rio Oil and Gas exhibition and Conference.
Venue address:
Riocentro - Centro de Convenções do RJ
Av. Salvador Allende, 6555 - Barra da Tijuca
22780-160 - Rio de Janeiro - RJ
Statoil stand: Pavillion 4, stand X47


The easy barrels are hard to find.
But we believe the main limitations for future oil supply are not
below the ground, but in our heads. This challenge is our inspiration!

Creating value for Brazil
To develop the right solutions to solve the challenges
we’re facing in Brazil, local expertise - together
with great minds from all over the world, is crucial.

  • 17. Sep Monday
  • 18. Sep Tuesday
  • 19. Sep Wednesday
  • 20. Sep Thursday
Time Location Topic Speaker(s)
12:00 PM 8:00 PM Statoil Stand Meet our employees
2:30 PM 4:30 PM Room 202C Panel: Offshore Heavy Oil Production Johan Mikkelsen
4:30 PM 6:30 PM Room 202AD Revitalising Mature Offshore Fields Trond Stokka Meling
5:30 PM 8:30 PM Statoil stand Cocktail
9:30 AM 12:30 PM Room 202C Technological Advances in Reservoir Characterization and Monitoring Helene Hafslund Veire
3:15 PM 3:30 PM Pavillion 5, ground floor Planning and Execution of the Gravel Pack Job On Longest Horizontal Open Hole in Brazil Daniela Leite
2:30 PM 4:45 PM Auditorium Offshore Operational Security and Its impacts Helga Nes
  • Alexis T. Lourenço

    Alexis T. Lourenço

    Geologist from subsurface
  • Albert Andrade

    Albert Andrade

  • Ana Paula Brandão

    Ana Paula Brandão

  • Andre Luiz da Silva

    Andre Luiz da Silva

  • Andrea Achoa

    Andrea Achoa

  • Beatriz Morani

    Beatriz Morani

    Petrophysicist from subsurface
  • Carlos Pinto

    Carlos Pinto

  • Daniela Leite

    Daniela Leite

  • Debora Barros

    Debora Barros

  • Diogo Lutterbach

    Diogo Lutterbach

    Drilling supervisor at Peregrino field
  • Érika Ferreira da Silva Araújo

    Érika Ferreira da Silva Araújo

    Geologist at exploration
  • Gisa Astone

    Gisa Astone

  • Helene Hafslund Veire

    Helene Hafslund Veire

  • Helga Nes

  • Herman Bik

  • Igor Dantas

  • Johan Mikkelsen

  • Jake van den Dries

    Jake van den Dries

  • Jose Eustaquio Barbosa

    Jose Eustaquio Barbosa

  • Leandro Tesch Soares

    Leandro Tesch Soares

  • Leonardo Ribeiro

    Leonardo Ribeiro

  • Luis Amorim

    Luis Amorim

    Vice-president for business development
  • Marcello Hess

    Marcello Hess

  • Márcio Dias Lopes

    Márcio Dias Lopes

  • Rafael Martins

    Rafael Martins

    Engineer from subsurface
  • Raquel Martins de Andrade

    Raquel Martins de Andrade

  • Ricardo Nagata

    Ricardo Nagata

    Supply chain leader
  • Rodrigo Altaf

    Rodrigo Altaf

  • Tatiana Chavantes

    Tatiana Chavantes

    Tax leader from finance & control
  • Thiago Penna

  • Trond Stokka Meling

    Trond Stokka Meling