Leandro Brusque

Leandro Brusque

Supply Chain Manager, Subsea Construction Ocyan Oil & Gas


Rio de Janeiro, Brazil


At Ocyan, Leandro Brusque focuses on the design and development of new subsea projects for deep waters. He has spent his 25+ year career in supply chain and logistics management within the oil and gas industry, working with ship and project owners as well as freight forwarders on projects totaling more than $1 billion USD. He has applied his expertise to complex projects across the Americas, Europe and Africa, including Acergy’s Mexilhão and Subsea 7’s Sapinhoa – Lula. A graduate of the Brazilian Merchant Marine Academy, he has also pursued studies in foreign trade and business logistics.
 
Ocyan is a company with a sustainable attitude and knowledge to provide solutions for the upstream offshore oil and gas industry in Brazil and abroad. Its main values are the security of its employees and the operation, the partnership of trust with the clients, and the commitment to ethics and transparency. Ocyan provides offshore maintenance services, develops SURF projects, and offers manufacturing and installation of subsea hardware. The company fleet comprises six drilling units, two pipe laying support vessels and two floating, production, storage and offloading vessels, notably the FPSO Pioneiro de Libra (Libra Pioneer).
 

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Wednesday 09/10/2019

From 13:30 To 14:30

10/09/2019 13:30 10/09/2019 14:30 Regional Project Forum: LATAM

Identifying Project Potential in LATAM Markets

Despite some less than positive indicators, project business is looking up in Latin America. The region’s diversity, resources and sheer size combine to create significant capital project market potential. These factors also make it difficult to identify where the next opportunity – or risk – might arise.

Our experienced panelists from a regional cross-section including Brazil, Chile, Colombia and Mexico will discuss:

  • What projects are in the pipeline for infrastructure and mining? What about oil & gas – anything new of note?
  • In the forecast for capital projects, where are the regions to watch? Who is leading the pack?
  • Venezuela: how (and when) can it rebuild from an oil & gas base?
  • How will planned changes in government involvement affect capital project development?
  • What role will the EXIM bank play in organizing new projects?
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"Regional Project Forum: LATAM"

Leandro Brusque Tony Duncan
Time and date

Wednesday 09/10/2019

From 13:30 To 14:30

10/09/2019 13:30 10/09/2019 14:30 Regional Project Forum: LATAM

Identifying Project Potential in LATAM Markets

Despite some less than positive indicators, project business is looking up in Latin America. The region’s diversity, resources and sheer size combine to create significant capital project market potential. These factors also make it difficult to identify where the next opportunity – or risk – might arise.

Our experienced panelists from a regional cross-section including Brazil, Chile, Colombia and Mexico will discuss:

  • What projects are in the pipeline for infrastructure and mining? What about oil & gas – anything new of note?
  • In the forecast for capital projects, where are the regions to watch? Who is leading the pack?
  • Venezuela: how (and when) can it rebuild from an oil & gas base?
  • How will planned changes in government involvement affect capital project development?
  • What role will the EXIM bank play in organizing new projects?
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