Latin America’s prospects, and post-corruption Petrobras ///

Alvaro Teixeira is a civil engineer and geologist who worked 36 years for Petrobras on E&P projects in Brazil and abroad. He was E&P director of Braspetro, the former Petrobras international arm, responsible for several joint venture projects in Latin America, the North Sea and Africa, plus the Near and Far East. Teixeira was general secretary of the Association of Latin American Oil Companies (Arpel), with headquarters in Montevideo, Uruguay. From 1994 to 2012, he was general secretary of the Brazilian Petroleum, Gas and Biofuels Institute (IBP), a private-sector association of companies and professionals dedicated to the technical and regulatory development of Brazil’s petroleum industry.

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