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September 21, 2015

The Brazil Energy and Power (BEP) international conference is one of Brazil’s largest and foremost energy-related events, which gathers the top policy makers in the area, as well as experts, business leaders and politicians, in debates on the key issues of this sector. The speakers participate on thematic panels, analyzing the outlooks and trends of the production chain, in addition to state-of-the-art technologies that can transform the energy mix in Brazil. In its 12th edition, the schedule will include debates on issues of Energy Policy, Energy Efficiency, Innovation, Oil & Gas, and Nuclear Energy.

In the first ten editions, BEP was held in Houston, Texas, always with representatives from the Brazilian and U.S. governments. For the second time in Rio de Janeiro, the conference – scheduled for September 21, 2015 – brings together the world’s largest energy companies, and opens doors to partnerships and new deals in a highly qualified environment for networking and business.

Held by the American Chamber of Commerce in Rio de Janeiro (AmCham Rio), through its Energy Committee, in partnership with the Brazil-U.S. Business Council, the 12th edition of Brazil Energy and Power reaffirms the vocation and reinforces the importance of the city of Rio de Janeiro in the energy segment.


September 21, 2015


Hotel Othon Palace
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil + Google Map
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