Jaime Caballero

Ecopetrol S.A.

Chief Financial Officer

Jaime Caballero is the Chief Financial Officer of Ecopetrol (NYSE:EC), the largest company in Colombia and one of the leading integrated oil & gas conglomerates in Latin America. Mr. Caballero’s academic background includes a Law degree from the Universidad de los Andes (Colombia), an MBA in Energy Business from the Fundação Getulio Vargas (Brazil), and executive studies in advanced financial management at Duke University and Wharton School of Business (University of Pennsylvania). He has more than 20 years of experience with companies in the energy sector, both in Colombia and abroad. He has served at the Board of Directors of Cenit, Reficar, Gases del Caribe, Grupo Invercolsa, and Essentia, among others. His experience prior to Ecopetrol includes 17 years at BP plc, where he held leadership positions in Colombia, North America, Africa and Europe, most recently as CFO for the Brazil region (encompassing Brazil, Uruguay, Colombia and Venezuela).

Sessions With Jaime Caballero

Tuesday, 2 March

  • 07:30am - 08:00am (CST) / 02/mar/2021 01:30 pm - 02/mar/2021 02:00 pm

    Strategic Dialogue

    NOC Strategies for the Future

    Panel Markets/Economics/Strategy Upstream Oil & Gas Energy Transition/Climate & Sustainability Gas & LNG
    National Oil Companies (NOCs) are essential anchors, from both economic and energy security perspectives. Their mandates have grown, as well as their complexities, in dealing with the 2015 downturn in oil/gas prices, the growing role of an energy transition, and now the COVID-19 pandemic. With domestic resources maturing, coupled with portfolio rebalancing of the industry, what strategies do NOCs need to adopt for the future? How has the COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting downturn in oil/gas prices impacted near-term priorities? How does the changing competitive landscape impact investment outlooks? What technologies and partnerships are necessary to develop the next wave of technically challenging resources? Are the right levers in place to attract and retain investor capital? What else needs to change? How do NOCs create balance between focusing on core E&P and navigating the energy transition?