OceanPact Day brings together investors in Rio

OceanPact hosted 50 investors at its head office in Rio de Janeiro for the second annual OceanPact Day. The event, held on June 18, was an opportunity for investors to get a deeper understanding of OceanPact’s business and to discuss the outlook for the sector. The company’s executives presented key topics and brought investors closer to the business and the people who run it.

“We were delighted to welcome new guests, as well as investors who took part in the last edition, to present our vision and OceanPact’s distinctive features,” said Flavio Andrade, OceanPact’s President Director.

“We were able to go beyond our performance indicators, presenting the initiatives that are driving our operational efficiency and growth,” said Eduardo de Toledo, OceanPact’s Financial Director, who spoke about the potential for results in line with the market’s evolution. OceanPact is the only company in its segment with shares traded on the Brazilian stock exchange.

During the presentation by Haroldo Solberg, the General Director of OceanPact’s Vessels Segment, investors had the opportunity to learn about the company’s fleet and the management tools used to monitor vessel activities and ensure the safety of seafarers and assets, mitigating impacts on vessel utilization rates. He highlighted the importance of risk management, asset integrity and the use of onboard technology to increase the efficiency and safety of operations. He also presented an analysis of the maritime support vessel market, both globally and in Brazil.

Adriano Ranieri, the General Director of OceanPact’s Services Segment, outlined the evolution of his area and how the integration between its three business units (Subsea & Geoscience, Oil Spill Response, and Consulting & Other) results in synergies, competitive advantages and value creation for clients.

OceanPact’s Sustainability and New Business Director, Fernando Borensztein, presented the group’s sustainability guidelines and the possibilities for identifying, creating and capturing new business opportunities in the blue economy. Érik Cunha, Commercial and Marketing Director, discussed the new business opportunities for OceanPact in decommissioning programs, for both Petrobras and other clients in the oil and gas industry, and gave an update on developments in the Brazilian Equatorial Margin region, as well as the status of exploration and production in neighboring Guyana and Suriname.

The event ended with a chat between Forsea Engenharia consultant José Formigli, Flavio Andrade and the investors. Formigli gave a comprehensive overview of the oil and gas market and the role of support vessels, emphasizing current and future trends in the sector, challenges and opportunities, and innovations needed to improve the efficiency and safety of maritime logistics and subsea inspection and maintenance operations.