Shell Brasil Technical and Scientific Coordinator
Alexandre Breda joined Shell Brazil in December 2013; he holds a B.Sc. degree in Mechanical Engineering from Unicamp (University of Campinas) with a MBA degree in Energy from USP (University of Sao Paulo). He has also a Black Belt (Six Sigma Academy-Arizona) and followed courses in Business Strategy and Management (Unicamp) and Legal Contracts for Infrastructure (FGV-Law).
Prior joining Shell, he worked for Comgas, Cummins Power Generation and BG Group; he has a solid experience in new business development, gas supply chain, climate change and greenhouse gases, project management, contract negotiation, renewables integration with natural gas and end-use of gas, mainly cogeneration and air conditioning.
At Shell, he is responsible for the CO2 Abatement R&D Projects in Brazil, aiming the growth of CCUS and Methane Emissions technology solutions, working with leading universities and suppliers through open innovation.