The IBP’s pipeline committee gathered more than 70 professionals of the sector, on December 10, at the institute headquarters, to talk its 2018 activities and to release the Rio Pipeline 2019 that happens next year, September 3-5, at Centro de Convenções Sulamérica, Rio de Janeiro.

During the event, Danny Aronson, Petrobras engineer, exposed a study about a business model used in the US market with financing mechanisms: monetization of assets.

After that, Wong Loon, 2019 Rio Pipeline chairman, illustrated the current moment of the logistics and transport activity, reinforcing the importance of broadening the debate about investment prospects for expansion of the Brazilian pipeline network and improvement of the regulatory environment. The digital transformation and its benefits and aftereffects to the sector was another topic the event´s next edition.

To Marcelino Guedes, pipeline committee coordinator, the committee member’s work is important to the success of another edition of Rio Pipeline. “We count with the attendance and engagement of the pipeline community to make this Rio Pipeline edition a breakthrough”, emphasized Marcelino.

Douglas Alves, Young Pipeliners Professionals Brazil (YPP) president, promoted the organization initiatives, led by young professionals that aims to motivate students to become “pipeliners” and ensure the continuity of the sector. The YPP Brazil will participate of 2019 Rio Pipeline, collaborating with many activities.


Call for papers open until January 25th

The papers presentation collaborates to technical improvement of professionals in the field and encourages the exchange of experiences and best practices. The abstracts must be submitted by January 25th, 2019.

The calendar and the submission process are available here.

The Rio Pipeline 12º edition happens on September 3 to 5, at Centro de Convenções Sulamérica, Rio de Janeiro. Check out more information about the event: