Who are we?
Through several platforms, we are Until the Last Barrel, a group of young professionals in the energy sector with the intention of exposing existing problems, fostering debate with those who should be more concerned with the future of our country, we Young People, and together we propose solutions that make Brazil the country of the present.
Adding young people to go together until the last barrel, the last m³ of gas, until the last wind, the last waterfall and the last sunshine that can generate energy in an economical, conscious and sustainable way to make Brazil a richer country, proficiently taking advantage of all current resources as a factor of social transformation.
To be catalysts for reducing youth unemployment and generating wealth through natural resources, transforming the Brazilian energy sector through simple ideas.
A good young man is a young man concerned and engaged for the present and future of himself and the country.
Different people, ideas, ways of doing in favor of a single objective, generating wealth for Brazil.
The distance from Brazil that we have for what we want is in the sweat and integrity of each young person.
‘Dream came true’: Worker goes from farm in Brazil to North Sea FPSO
An oil and gas worker has described how his “dream came true” having gone from a small rural town in Brazil to a North Sea FPSO.
Mais do que Petroleiros, Engenheiros!
Além da graduação, ter contatos com um mercado global e atenção às oportunidades de networking e de desenvolvimento habilitam os engenheiros de petróleo para atuarem em áreas adversas.
Deus deve ser brasileiro: graças e desafios de um país abençoado
Do céu ao mar, o Brasil dispõe de muitos recursos. A diversidade, em todos os sentidos, promove enormes benefícios para a Evolução Energética brasileira. Paralelos às bonâncias, alguns entraves são evidenciados. Nesse último artigo da série Evolução Energética comenta-se os desafios e conquistas brasileiras, bem como de que forma nosso recurso mais importante - as pessoas - pode ser crucial nessa evolução.
O que existem além do O&G? Mercado Livre de Energia, Inovação e P&D
O Mercado Livre de Energia é um ambiente de negócios no qual empresas geradoras, comercializadoras e consumidoras podem negociar livremente o fornecimento de energia elétrica, em conformidade com a Regulamentação do setor. Arthur Müzel é Engenheiro de Petróleo e Recursos Renováveis e Bacharel em Ciência e Tecnologia com ênfase em Ciências do Mar, ambos pela UNIFESP. Atualmente trabalha na COMERC Energia como Analista de Relacionamento com o Cliente, na área de gestão de consumidores do mercado livre de energia. Natália Ayumi Gil é Mestre em Ciências e Engenharia de Petróleo pela UNICAMP, formada em Engenharia Mecânica com ênfase em Petróleo pela mesma Universidade. Primeira mulher a assumir a presidência do Capítulo Estudantil SPE UNICAMP (2014). Atualmente ela trabalha na Comgás, na área de Inovação e P&D, sendo responsável pela prospecção e definição do portfólio de projetos de Pesquisa e Desenvolvimento, acompanhamento e gestão de projetos.
O que existem além do O&G? Consulting & Strategy
Consulting & Strategy, atua como suporte a definição de como desenvolver um plano com o objetivo de realizar metas de longo prazo, as organizações se envolvem regularmente com consultores de estratégia para apoio no desenvolvimento e implementação de estratégias de negócios. Ísis Ladeira, é Engenheira de Petróleo formada pela UFF e cursa especialização em Energias Renováveis, Geração Distribuída e Eficiência Energética pela USP. Atua como consultora de estratégia para negócios na KPMG há 4 anos, prestando serviços a indústrias de óleo e gás, energia elétrica, aviação, construção civil e bens de consumo. Allef Buriti é Engenheiro de Petróleo formado pela UFCG, onde co-fundou o grupo de tutoria em petróleo e foi bolsista de projetos da Petrobras. Trabalhou como auditor contábil e consultor em gestão na KPMG. Atualmente desenvolve análise e estratégia financeira na Stefanini, além de fusões e aquisições (M&A) de empresas de tecnologia.
O que existem além do O&G? EPCI & Maintenance
Falar de EPCI & Maintenance são pontos essenciais dentro da Engenharia. Essas áreas são responsáveis por elaborar e executar projetos de manutenção preventiva e corretiva, avalia o desempenho de equipamentos e identifica necessidades de trocas de peças. Prepara planos de manutenção, métodos de trabalho e recursos necessários, de acordo com especificações técnicas. Luiza Rodrigues é Engenheira de Petróleo formada pela UFPel. Trabalha como Coordenadora de Projetos na empresa Imetame Metalmecânica, onde iniciou sua carreira em 2018 como Trainee. Ari Dias Júnior é Bacharel em Engenharia de Petróleo pela UFPel. É Coordenador de Produção na Estrutural Macaé, onde realiza a gestão das equipes responsáveis pela fabricação de tubulações, estruturas e equipamentos para atender à manutenção de 22 plataformas de produção da Bacia de Campos.
#11 Além do O&G com Marcelo Nóbrega
Neste episódio do quadro "Além do Óleo e Gás", Arthur Müzel conversa com Marcelo Nóbrega, executivo de RH com ampla experiência em empresas de diversos setores e premiado com o selo "LinkedIn Top Voices" em 2018.
#10 A soma das diferenças: Orgulho da própria história
Quando conheci a Fabi e sua história, logo pensei: "quanta gente, além de mim, pode ser inspirada por ela...". Uma mulher que fez acontecer, apesar de todos os desafios: Fabíola Rosado.
#9 Além do O&G com Christophe Rannou
Neste episódio de "Além do Óleo e Gás", Arthur Müzel conversa com Christophe Rannou, profissional que atualmente é Gerente Comercial na Business France e possui vasta experiência internacional no mercado de O&G, mineração, nuclear e energia.
The CARO (Adequately Regulated Field) project arises with the motivation to contribute to the flexibility and regulatory simplification of the onshore environment for the exploration and production of oil and natural gas in the country. The initiative aims to awaken young students, industry professionals, academic researchers and scholars who are interested in the areas of exploration and production of oil and natural gas from onshore concessions in Brazil to contribute to the formulation of an adequate regulation for onshore fields, sharing innovative ideas and solutions. AUB is part of the organization and believes that the development of solutions from the grassroots and with the hand of young people is essential for Brazil to be a more attractive country for business.
One of our purposes is to narrow the distance between University - Student - Industry and thereby generate opportunities for everyone because we know that synergies exist. In developed countries, partnerships between private companies and the academic world are able to feed their industries with innovative products and processes and maintain the growth of their countries, even in the face of global competition. In these countries, this type of relationship is not something exceptional, but something common, as a rule.
In Brazil, this type of partnership is still little sought after, in addition to companies and universities not being used to establishing this type of relationship. Whether due to the obstacles of academic institutions or because the Brazilian business community is already suffocated by so much bureaucracy and ties, what we see is a great valley separating the exit door of Brazilian Universities and the entrance of companies. As a result, we have more and more young people graduating and not being absorbed by the market causing great disappointment to them. On the other side of the rope, we continue to have a poor performance when it comes to the efficiency of our processes and the quality of our products. We need to change, we need to improve, we need to be closer. We left Universities, but we have to bring them with us!
Thinking of including content in a practical and fast way in its day-to-day, Até o Último Barril has launched in another new form of dissemination: the Podcast! In the Wattcast we will approach energy in a very dynamic and interactive way, with lots of information and excellent guests, for you who are an energy professional or for lay people and curious people. The initiative is curated by TN Petróleo and the podcasts will be published on all streaming platforms and will also have TN Petróleo's share in their media. Initially, we will cover the 4 areas below:
In The Road so Far we take a short journey through professional construction, aiming at non-technical skills and personal standards that formed careers of excellence, in addition to the information from LinkedIn. Passing through the remarkable moments of his career and sharing a little of the way here that almost nobody knows. The objective is to illuminate the path of those who are still beginning their professional trajectory, showing that we often experience similar problems and that we are the result of good and bad choices during this process.
In Beyond O&G, we deal with a critical issue, the challenges faced by young students and recent graduates in Petroleum Engineering in finding an internship or job in the area. With this "pain" in mind, "Além do O&G" aims to bring good and inspiring stories from oil engineers who have followed areas of expertise other than their academic backgrounds.
The sum of the differences addresses other issues more important than ever for the industry, such as gender disparity, racial issues, sexual orientation, age, physical condition, culture ... In addition to showing the different challenges faced and how each has dealt with In everyday situations, the intention is to highlight the positive aspects of diversity within the teams and with real examples, prove that the union of different points of view is capable of developing better solutions.
Our F5 comes in a light way to keep listeners up to date, the "F5" sketch will feature news summaries from the energy sector, trends and themes that are on the rise, and will also have the presence of distinguished guests.
A lot! and Until the Last Barrel wants to sharpen this! At first glance, in addition to the few operators and some companies providing oil and gas services, there seems to be no horizon for young Petroleum Engineers in Brazil. In fact, yes, there are excellent career opportunities in other industries and they are within reach. Whether through lives, webinars, articles, mentoring programs, etc. we seek to bring examples of young people trained in Petroleum Engineering who are having excellent career results in other sectors such as Finance, Agriculture, Engineering, Goods and Services, Public Management and etc. ENGINEERS are trained to solve problems! And Petroleum Engineers are not limited to the oil sector. The proposal here is to bring alternatives that solve the high unemployment and lack of opportunities for young people graduated in Petroleum Engineering or related areas. One, very feasible, is to understand how we can migrate to other areas in difficult times like this. Therefore, nothing better to understand how other young people decided to leave Oil and Gas and today they are having success in similar areas. So, let's go on this together? Let's go together, beyond oil and gas!
The Hackathon Onshore Jovem, is an initiative by the Until the Last Barrel (AUB), which aims to shorten the distance between young people and the industry.
In this challenge, seven oil companies will propose their real challenges, so that young people with great potential can develop solutions.
There will be six months of dynamics, during this journey, the participants will be mentored by important agents of the industry, as well as by a team of leaders and associates of AUB. In addition, throughout the challenge, participants are invited to develop their non-technical and technical skills, through lectures, meetings and surprising activities prepared by the project leaders.
At the ending of Onshore Jovem, we will have not only solutions for the market, but young people prepared for the job market who have the ability to go beyond daily demands, with the ability to lead teams and develop solutions that drive the market. Let's go together?
Erick Sobral DinizAssociate
Mayara Camilo de OliveiraAssociate
Rafaela Casonatto Della ColettaAssociate
Ian Silva de OliveiraAssociate
Lívio Reily de Oliveira GonçalvesAssociate
Thalys Gean Maciel MartinsLeader
Guilherme Medina CameuAssociate
Marcela Vincoletto RezendeAssociate
Dhaiara Natsumi de Castro MachidaAssociate
Helena Masur LongoAssociate
Caio Machado GamaLeader
Looking to present another view of the market, not only of O&G, but of energy as a whole, the group decided to foster initiatives that gave opportunities to recently graduated professionals to glimpse other areas of activity, so that they could acquire, in a simple and easy, the connection that was not presented to them in college or in specific courses opening up a range for new choices.
From the inconvenience and adversity it is possible to reap many laurels. With AUB it was no different - the group emerged from a nuisance, where the gap between the academy and the oil and gas industry was seen to be even more torn apart in the midst of the pandemic of COVID-19. In view of this scenario, we saw the need to move in favor of the rapprochement between students and companies / professionals, seeking projects and initiatives that are attractive to youth.
The AUB initiative to promote and give a voice to young people came at a crucial moment in the industry. We felt the need for a change regarding the current O&G market landscape. For this, we came together with the purpose of discussing, creating and applying ideas that would assist newly graduated petroleum engineers to expand their spectrum of vision to other aspects in other markets, so that in this way they can get a professional placement.
The AUB was born out of an indignation about the large number of qualified Petroleum Engineers, who for different reasons, did not find and do not find the dream opportunities in the O&G sector. For this reason, on a Saturday night of lockdown, the idea that came to be named Until the Last Barrel sprang up, an initiative that seeks to give young people a voice and encourage them to be agents of change and owners of their own future in a Brazil. increasingly dependent on self-entrepreneurs.
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