Natalia is currently the Director of Supervision and Safety Director at National Petroleum Institute, and she is a Chemical Engineer and holds a Master Degree in Project Management of Oil & Gas Industries with specialization in Economics of Oil, Gas and Energy.
She was involved in elaboration of documents related with Gas Development such as Mozambique Gas Master Plan, Tariff Methodology for the piped-gas industry in Republic of Mozambique, Strategy for Market Development and others related with the Projects and development of gas in Mozambique.
Natalia was involved, at the incipient phase of Mozambique LNG Project, as Engineering Technical Assistant, with a general-purpose position aiding all the Delivery Groups , HSE Lead on Project Safety Case and help the interface management of various project contractors also follow-up communications Liaison with Government Regulatory groups within Mozambique.
She acted after as Advisory of Environmental Impact Assessment team in the Mozambique LNG Project , leading with issues associated with EIA and Resettlement Action Plan, and guide the team with information necessary to meet the Mozambique Government and local communities’ needs.
Natalia is also a lecture of Petroleum Geopolitics& Ethics in the Oil &Gas Business MBA at ISCTEM (Higher Institute of Science and Technology of Mozambique).”
Juscelina Guirengane is a multi-tasked entrepreneur, social activist, volunteer, university lecturer, public speaker and business consultant with about 9 years of professional experience, both at the local and international level.
Juscelina possesses an Information Systems and Technology Business Commerce Honours Degree, from the University of Kwazulu Natal in South Africa. She is currently and simultaneously the CEO of Sahane Consultoria & Serviços Lda (a private sector management and ICT consultancy and training provider), President of the National Association of Young Entrepreneur’s (ANJE), the President of the Mozambique USA Alumni Association (MUSAA), and the Global Entrepreneurship Network Managing Director for Mozambique.
She has participated in many international capacity building programs, congresses, conferences, symposiums and internships in all continents of the world, including Presidential Summits, related to business and entrepreneurship.
Talumba Katawala is the National & Content Communication Manager for TechnipFMC in Mozambique with responsibility to implement the National Content Programme for the FLNG project in the TechinipFMC, JGC & Samsung Heavy Industry Consortium. Prior to joining TechnipFMC, Talumba worked as the Public Relations Representative at Anadarko Mozambique for 9 years.
Her role is to monitor and advise on the implementation of National Content requirements in Oil and Gas industry in Mozambique.