Brusco will explore the role Eni is playing in maximizing the development and exploitation of Angola’s natural resources for energy security and economic expansion.
An engineer by profession and industry executive with over 18 years of extensive experience in the oil and gas industry – having worked in various leadership roles with Eni including as Managing Director, Eni Angola and Executive Vice President of Eni for Sub-Saharan Africa – Brusco is well positioned to shape serious AOG 2023 conversations on opportunities within Angola’s upstream spectrum.
Representing one of Angola’s largest and most reliable energy partners maximizing investments across the country’s exploration, production, refining, marketing and chemicals sectors, the participation of Brusco at AOG 2023 is crucial for shaping dialogue around the future of Angolan energy, and best practices to addressing oil and gas industry challenges in the energy transition era. Through Azule Energy – a joint venture with bp – and through the deployment of large-scale projects including PAJ and Agogo, Eni continues to play a critical role in advancing Angola’s energy market expansion agenda for energy poverty eradication and a just and inclusive energy transition.
AOG 2023 returns to Luanda for its fourth edition under the auspices of the Minister of Mineral Resources, Oil and Gas, H.E. Diamantino Azevedo, and in partnership with the National Oil, Gas and Biofuels Agency, AIDAC and the African Energy Chamber. For more information about AOG 2023, visit www.angolaoilandgas.com