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The Rise of Carbon Capture & Storage in Brazil

15th December 2022

At the recent COP27 Brazilian President-elect Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva declared that “Brazil is back” and renewed the country’s vow to be a global climate leader. And there are already early signs that carbon capture and storage will play a big role in the country’s emission reduction strategy. On Monday 12th December, the Institute held an informative 90 min webinar in conjunction with CCS Brasil to discuss with Brazilian policy and industry experts the future of CCS in the country.

For more information about the agenda and to watch a recording of the webinar, please see below:


  • Welcome 
    • Ruth Ivory-Moore, Policy and Advocacy Manager - Americas, Global CCS Institute
  • Regulatory perspectives on CCS in Brazil
    • Raphael Moura, Superintendent of Operational Safety and Environment at the Brazilian Petroleum and Biofuels Agency
  • Financing CCS Projects in Brazil
    • Carlos de Mathias Martins Junior, Founder and Director of EQAO, Ecoinvest and Ecopart
  • Climate Justice and CCS in Brazil
    • Vitor Martins Dias, Kellogg Institute Visiting Fellow at the Keough School of Global Affairs, University of Notre Dame
  • Audience Q&A
  • Panel Discussion:  Opportunities and Challenges for CCS in Brazil
    • Claudia Domingues Romeiro Shirozaki, Sustainability Manager, FS Fueling Sustainability
    • Fernanda Delgado, Corporate Executive Director, Brazilian Petroleum and Gas Institute (IPB)
    • Viviana Coelho, Climate Change Executive Manager, Lead Climate Management Team at Petrobras
      Moderated by Nathália Weber, Co-Founder of CCS Brasil
  • Audience Q&A for Panelists 
  • Closing

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