Latin America Energy Week 2022

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The energy transformation requires all of us to face some uncomfortable truths. Join us on June 8-10 to talk about them with you on the Latin America Energy Week 2022 - 100% virtual. 

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During this 3-day virtual conference, the most important names in the industry will address in a purposeful dialogue the solutions to the most urgent challenges of the current energy scenario in Latin America.

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"The creation of Latin America Energy Week was fundamental for promoting dialogue in favor of innovative, decarbonized and competitive solutions that will make a difference in paving a green future for Latin America and the Caribbean. We are looking forward to the 2nd edition of this big event."
André Clark, Senior Vice-president of Siemens Energy for Latin America

Build new connections at Latin America Energy Week 2022

Connect with 40+ senior leaders from the energy sector for a curated agenda focused on tackling the tough challenges the entire energy industry is facing today.



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Day 1 - June 8th

How to make a sustainable energy transition happen, today?

09 a.m. - 10 a.m. Mexico / 11 a.m. - 12 p.m. Brazil


A properly designed and implemented energy transition will facilitate progress for most countries and, therefore, be a decisive factor to reduce tensions between nations while accelerating prosperity, generating jobs, improving equity and sustainability.


This session intends to explore how changing energy relations will impact country efforts to decarbonize while ensuring energy security in Latin America. Will regional, bilateral and public-private collaboration ultimately help make countries energy-independent? What role will Latin America play in the new global energy scenario that is emerging?

12 p.m. - 01 p.m. Mexico / 2 p.m. - 3 p.m. Brazil


With unprecedented exposure to the impact of climate change in the region, the public and private sectors must accelerate decarbonization to improve and ensure sustainable living conditions for local societies.


How can governments and big companies undergo a complex and massive transformation, leveraging on pragmatic opportunities (e.g., Energy Efficiency, Fuel Shift)? Can these challenges be quickly deployed as realistic and impactful steps towards the desired long-term deep-decarbonization?

2 p.m. - 3 p.m. Mexico / 4 p.m. - 5 p.m. Brazil


How can we move towards a decarbonized energy system while securing energy supply, resilience of our grids despite fluctuating supply of renewables, affordability for the industry and households.


This panel would tackle, how the bridge technologies play a key role in the energy landscape transformation? What is the role gas could play to achieve the Zero marginal cost by mixing both renewable and conventional technologies?

Day 2 - June 9th

What does it take to design a successful energy future for Latin America?

09 a.m. - 10 a.m. Mexico / 11 a.m. - 12 p.m. Brazil


Grid operators are faced with new challenges and an ever-increasing grid complexity, as more countries embrace renewables to satisfy growing demand while honoring climate-change commitments.


How intelligent interconnected grids can represent an opportunity to transport energy across countries, allowing access to multiple sources, increasing grid stability, enhancing resilience and, therefore, augmenting regional energy security.

12 p.m. - 1 p.m. Mexico / 2 p.m. - 3 p.m. Brazil


For the energy transition to succeed in Latin America, reaching social acceptance is essential. Populations and electricity demand are increasing. Affordability and long-term viability are prime concerns when it comes to scaling up decarbonization across sectors.


Can our countries realistically maintain a sustainable level of investment to ultimately achieve their climate targets and social prosperity? How do we develop innovative funding models to overcome challenges while securing sustainable financing that boosts recovery?

2 p.m. - 3 p.m. Mexico / 4 p.m. - 5 p.m. Brazil


For decades, Latin America has been a key supplier to global markets, especially to the oil & gas, mining and agribusiness sectors. Achieving net zero emission targets is an absolute imperative for industrial players in the region and, at the same time, a huge investment challenge, particularly in the post-Covid world.


This panel brings together experts and industry leaders in debating how companies can best architect a sustainable and reliable value chain, what major risks and challenges lie ahead in this journey and, ultimately what key strategies are pivotal in the roadmap to net-zero?

Day 3 - June 10th

Can Latin America become a Green Energy Power House?

09 a.m. - 10 a.m. Mexico / 11 a.m. - 12 p.m. Brazil


Green hydrogen has decisively taken up its place on the global stage as a clean energy source, while the expected demand and abundant regional resources create opportunities for Latin America to position itself as a global H2 powerhouse.


How to overcome the challenges of commercially producing hydrogen in large scale in Latin America? Which framework conditions are necessary to enable international cooperation and longterm partnerships with business and politics working together behind a strategic view?

12 p.m. - 1 p.m. Mexico / 2 p.m. - 3 p.m. Brazil


Today, we stand firmly in the driver’s seat, equipped with the 3Ds to make a zero-carbon world a reality: decarbonization, digitalization and decentralization. With a focus on decarbonization, we examine up-and-coming areas that will be instrumental in expediting net-zero targets.


Do our technological and innovation capabilities allow us to achieve the goal of decarbonization? What key changes are necessary to accelerate continuous innovation and technology investments? What is the role of technology integration for successful innovation in key industries for Latin America, such as Oil & Gas, Offshore, Mining, Wind and Solar?


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