MISSION ON ENERGY EFFICIENCY IN INDUSTRY – LOW CARBON BRAZIL

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São Paulo, Brazil, 19-22 June 2017

JBraz will be part of The Matchmaking Mission  organized by Low Carbon Business Action and in institutional partnership with Sebrae (Serviço Brasileiro de Apoio à Micro e Pequena Empresa) and CNI (Confederação Nacional da Indústria), in line with the FEIMAFE Exhibition in São Paulo, SP, Brazil.

GENERAL INFORMATION

There is significant heavy industrial activity in Brazil, much of this in energy-intensive sectors. The country has historically had relatively abundant and clean energy, but recent rises in energy costs and the carbon emissions associated with electrical production are likely to focus attention on the sector of energy efficiency in industry. Industries are concentrated in the South-East and the South of the country, especially in the São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro e Minas Gerais states. The largest industries by energy consumption are food & beverage, iron & steel, paper & pulp, chemicals and non-ferrous metals, in that order.

More informations please visit http://www.lowcarbonbrazil.com/MM-EE-IN-INDUSTRY.

 

JBRAZ at the OTC 2017 – Houston

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This year JBraz will return participating at the SEBRAE Mission to OTC  2017, in Houston, during 1 – 4 May,  working two clients, ETS and Ambidados.

In 2017 OTC  Brazil will have a lot of events, starting on Sunday with a Brazilian Barbecue, promoted by FGV, by adhesion, that will happens at the Rice University.

On Monday the day starts early at the NGR:

 Monday, 1 May

Breakfast – 07:30 – 09:00 –  New Business Opportunities in Brazil

Session Chairpersons: Roberto Ardenghy, Consul, Brazilian Consulate

Speakers: Marcio Felix, Secretary of Petroleum and Gas, Ministry of Mines and Energy, Brazil|Decio Oddone, General Director, Brazilian National Petroleum Agency ANP|Jorge Camargo, President, IBP

Lunch – 12:15 – 13:45 – Brazil Oil and Gas Opportunities, Pre-Salt and Beyond

Session Chairpersons and Moderators:  Joao De Luca, Chairman, Barra Energia

Speakers: Fernando Coelho Filho, Minister of Mines and Energy, Cabinet of Brazil

Panel:  14:00 – 16:30

Operators Offshore in Brazil: Under a Promising and Positive New Environment

Room 306 – Session Moderators – Ibsen Lima, President, Pre-Sal Petroleo S.A.

Speakers: Andre Araujo, President, Shell do Brazil|Maxime Rabilloud, President, Total do Brazil|Carla Lacerda, President, ExxonMobil Brasil|Tim Hosking, Managing Director, Karoon|Mauricio Diniz, E&P Executive Manager, Logistics and Operations Support, Petrobras|Renato Bertani, President, Barra Energia|Veronica Coelho, Chief of Staff and Deputy Country Manager, Statoil Brazil

In the end of the day, Oil & Gas Brazil Meeting, that will happens at Galleria, only to guests.

May 2 – Tuesday

Panel – 09:30 – 12:00 – Libra Project: Reducing Breakeven and Preparing for First Oil

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Session Moderators:  Stephen Balint, General Manager, Shell|Paulo Carvalho, Executive Director, Pre-Sal Petroleo S.A.

Speakers: He Baosheng, Deputy General Manager, Subsea Wells and Facilities, Libra JPT, China National Offshore Oil Co|Fernando Borges, Executive Manager, Petrobras|Orlando Ribeiro, General Manager, Subsea Wells and Facilities, Libra JPT, Petrobras|Osmond Coelho, General Manager, Projects, Libra JPT, Petrobras|Francisco Costa, Project Manager, Libra EWT, Libra JPT, Petrobras

Lunch – 12:15 – 13:45 – Petrobras Opportunities in a New Oil and Gas Scenario

Session Chairpersons:  Jorge Camargo, President, IBP

Speakers: Pedro Parente, CEO and President, Petrobras

Panel – 14:00 – 16:30 – Safety in the New Offshore World

Room 604

Session Moderators: Henrique Paula, Senior Vice President, Strategic Initiatives, ABS

Speakers: Lars Herbst, Regional Director, Gulf of Mexico, Bureau of Safety & Environmental Enforcement|Sylvie Tran, General Manager, Safety and Environment, Shell USA|Marcelo Borges de Macedo, Superintendent, ANP|Matthew Mowrer, Director of Applied Technology and Data Analytics, ABS Consulting|Kelly Wilson, HSE Crisis Management Manager, Anadarko

May 3 – Wednesday  the traditional Bratecc Breakfast Offshore 2017 Breakfast –  West Galleria – Plaza Ballroom – By adhesion event. http://www.braziltexas.org

See you there on OTC!!

Para maiores informações sobre nossos produtos e serviços contate:

teresa@jbraz.com.br

http://www.jbrazrepres.com

Parceria Ambidados e JBraz

Ambidados e JBraz agora são parcerias  para desenvolvimento comercial de Soluções de Monitoramento Ambiental.

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A Ambidados possui diversos produtos e soluções para  monitoramento meteoceanográfico, e entre elas sua boias Allwa e Easy Wave.

 

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Como funcionam as boias de Monitoramento da Ambidados:

 

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Para maiores informações sobre produtos e serviços visite http://www.ambidados.com ou contate teresa@jbraz.com.br

 

Aquale e JBraz – trabalhando para um futuro melhor!

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A JBraz e a Aquale, realizaram no ultimo evento Low Carbon Business Action Brazil em Lyon na França, um Acordo de Cooperação e Parceria para  Serviços de Consultoria Ambiental no Brasil.

A Aquale é uma empresa Belga que está no Mercado Internacional desde 2002, realizando atividades ambientais, utilizando técnicas inovadoras em hidrogeologia, geologia aplicada à engenharia,  geologia de mineração e energia geotérmica.

Aquale é especializada na proteção do ambiente, realização de estudos de impacto ambiental e análise de risco para  recuperação de sítios contaminados.

AQUALE hoje trabalha para um futuro melhor oferendo as seguintes soluções:

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  • Geotermia e Hidrotermia.

  • Geologia e geofísica aplicada.

  • Hidrogeologia.

 

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Aquale and JBraz – working for a better future!

JBraz and Aquale held a Cooperation and Partnership Agreement for Environmental Consulting Services in Brazil at the last Low Carbon Business Action Brazil event in Lyon, France.

Aquale has been a Belgian company in the International Market since 2002, carrying out environmental activities using innovative techniques in hydrogeology, applied engineering geology, mining geology and geothermal energy.

Aquale specializes in protecting the environment, carrying out environmental impact studies and risk analysis for the recovery of contaminated sites.

AQUALE today works for a better future by offering the following solutions:

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Geothermal and Hydrothermia.
Geology and applied geophysics.
Hydrogeology.

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Qual o Seu compromisso com o Planeta??

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“Cada cidadão, governo, empresa e organização da sociedade civil tornam-se hoje legalmente comprometidos com a tarefa de estabilizar o aquecimento global em bem menos de 2°C em relação à era pré-industrial e fazer esforços para limitá-lo a 1,5°C.”

No último dia 04 de novembro de 2016, começou a vigorar a lei contra a mudança do clima que passa a valer em todos os países que ratificaram o acordo, e seu compromisso com os esforços sustentáveis para manter o aumento da temperatura média global em menos de 2°C acima dos níveis pré-industriais, e fazer um esforço para ir além: limitar essa elevação da temperatura a 1,5°C.

Durante esse encontro subiu para 60 o número de países participantes, o que representa 47.78% das emissões globais.

O Brasil já havia ratificado a sua participação estabelecendo metas muito audaciosas, que visam  diminuir as emissões de gases de efeito estufa em 37% até 2025, 43% até 2030 tendo como base 2005.

Durante o evento em Paris, Estados Unidos e China, finalmente aderiram ao pacto do clima. Ao ratificar o acordo, Barack Obama e Xi Jinping, se comprometeram a estabelecer metas de redução da emissão de carbono. Estados Unidos e China são os países mais poluidores do planeta.

Com a eleição de Donald Trump a presidência, e pela sua escolha de Rick Perry ex-governador do Texas, e adepto as energias fósseis e nucleares, pode ser que haja retrocesso no processo de ratificação e participação nos esforços para diminuição da poluição e da emissão de carbono nos Estados Unidos.

A Europa já caminha a passos largos em direção do desenvolvimento de soluções energéticas renováveis e sustentáveis. Hoje a geração de energias limpas pode se dar de várias formas como, reciclagem e reutilização de lixo, água e outros resultados de processos industriais orgânicos como dejetos de porcos e frango. As energias renováveis obtidas através da natureza como a energia solar, eólica, das mares entre outras. Além da reutilização do lixo doméstico que polui água, terra e ar, trazendo a proliferação de doenças e pobreza em todo o mundo.

Nos dias 30/11 a 02/12 de 2016, houve em Lyon, na França o Salão Pollutec, que é a maior exposição de Inovação e tecnologias do setor. A feira contou com 2206 expositores de 33 países, e 60.000 visitantes durante os 3 dias.

O Brasil participou no evento com a segunda maior delegação, só ficando atrás dos donos da casa, a França. A delegação Brasileira foi composta de empresas e instituições, escolhidas para participar de encontros de negócios com empresas europeias. Essa missão foi promovida pela Low Carbon Brazil Action que é uma iniciativa da União Europeia, que visa aproximar Pequenas e Medias Empresas do Brasil a empresas da União Europeia,  a partir de Matchmakings empresariais que vão até fevereiro de 2018.

A União Europeia contribui muito com o Brasil através destas iniciativas que incentivam a troca de experiências e tecnologias entre os dois continentes, já que o compromisso assumido pelo Brasil prevê ações como o fim do desmatamento ilegal da Amazônia, a restauração e o reflorestamento, e recuperação de milhões de hectares de matas e pastagens, além de aumentar para 45% a participação de energias renováveis em nossa matriz energética.

A Missão brasileira estava composta de empresas detentoras de várias tecnologias renováveis entre elas: biogás, biomassa, energia solar térmica e fotovoltaica.

Instituições governamentais e sindicatos, também fizeram parte da busca por novas soluções que melhorem a vida das pessoas e do Planeta.

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What is your commitment to the planet?

“Every citizen, government, enterprise and civil society organization today is legally committed to the task of stabilizing global warming at well below 2 ° C in relation to the pre-industrial era and making efforts to limit it to 1, 5 ° C. “

On November 4, 2016, the law against climate change began to take effect in all countries that ratified the agreement, and its commitment to sustainable efforts to maintain the global average temperature increase by less than 2 ° C above pre-industrial levels making an effort to go further: limiting this temperature rise to 1.5 ° C.

During that meeting the number of participating countries increased to 60, representing 47.78% of global emissions.

Brazil had already ratified its participation by setting very bold targets, which aim to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 37% by 2025, 43% by 2030 on a 2005 basis.

During the event in Paris, the United States and China, finally joined the climate pact. By ratifying the agreement, Barack Obama and Xi Jinping have pledged to set targets for reducing carbon emissions. The United States and China are the most polluting countries on the planet.

With the election of Donald Trump as president, and for his choice of Rick Perry, former governor of Texas, and adept to fossil and nuclear energies, there may be a step backward in the process of ratification and participation in efforts to reduce pollution and emissions In the United States.

Europe already taking great strides towards the development of renewable and sustainable energy solutions. Today the generation of clean energies can take place in several ways like recycling and reuse of waste, water and other results of organic industrial processes such as excrement from pig and chicken . The renewable energies obtained through nature such as solar energy, wind energy, the waves seas, among others. In addition to the reuse of domestic waste that pollutes water, earth and air, bringing the proliferation of diseases and poverty around the world.

From 30/11 to 02/12 of 2016, there was the Pollutec Salon in Lyon, France, which is the largest exhibition of Innovation and technologies in the sector. The fair had 2206 exhibitors from 33 countries, and 60,000 visitors during the 3 days.

Brazil participated in the event with the second largest delegation, only behind the owners of the house, France. The Brazilian delegation was composed of companies and institutions, chosen to participate in business meetings with European companies. This mission was promoted by Low Carbon Brazil Action, which is an initiative of the European Union, which aims to approach Small and Medium Enterprises from Brazil to companies in the European Union, with Business Matchmakings that go until February 2018.

The European Union much contributes with Brazil through these initiatives that encourage the exchange of experiences and technologies between the two continents, since the commitment assumed by Brazil foresees actions such as the end of illegal Amazon deforestation, restoration and reforestation, and recovery Of millions of hectares of forests and pastures, in addition to increasing the share of renewable energy in our energy matrix to 45%.

The Brazilian Mission was made up of companies that own several renewable technologies, including biogas, biomass, solar thermal and photovoltaic.

Government institutions and trade unions have also been take part of the search for new solutions that improve the lives of people and the planet.