Marcos Bulgheroni

Pan American Energy Group

Group Chief Executive Officer

Marcos Bulgheroni holds a BA in Economics from Yale University and an MBA from Columbia Business School. Mr. Bulgheroni is the Group Chief Executive Officer of Pan American Energy Group, the largest private oil and gas producer and employer in Argentina, where he works since 2012. He is also Vice Chairman and Executive Vice-President of Bridas Energy Holdings and Chairman of the Board and President at Energy Development and Investments Corporation (EDIC). Between 2008 and 2012 he was a Member of the Board and the Executive Vice-Chairman at Begas Energy International. Previously, he worked at Relativity Development Corporation between 2000 and 2004 and at Torno Internazionale from 2004 until 2008. During Argentina's G20 presidency, Mr. Bulgheroni was Co-Chair for the B20's Energy, Resource Efficiency and Sustainability Taskforce. He is currently a member of the Advisory Committee of the Argentine Council for International Relations (CARI), a member of the Sponsors Committee from the University of St Andrew’s in Argentina, a member of San Isidro's Diocesan Bishop's Council and the Pro Treasurer at the Policía Federal Argentina Foundation. Mr. Bulgheroni has been awarded with the Order of the Star of Italian Solidarity, the “Ordine della Stella d´Italia”.

Sessions With Marcos Bulgheroni

Wednesday, 3 March

  • 07:30am - 08:00am (CST) / 03/mar/2021 01:30 pm - 03/mar/2021 02:00 pm

    Strategic Dialogue

    Can Latin America Achieve Its Gas Potential?

    Panel Markets/Economics/Strategy Geopolitics/Policy/Regulatory Upstream Oil & Gas Gas & LNG

    Gas markets in South America’s Southern Cone are at an inflection point. Brazil’s pre-salt and Argentina’s Vaca Muerta have the potential to supply gas volumes that can outstrip demand. The prospect of an abundant low-cost natural gas supply creates opportunities to restructure the power mix and resuscitate the region’s industrial landscape. However, unlocking the full potential of pre-salt and Vaca Muerta gas will require improvements in regulations, market conditions, infrastructure, and colossal investments. What barriers need to be removed to realize this potential? What are the roles of the private sector, the NOCs, and governments? Could the risk of too much gas become a curse that undermines the development of the Southern Cone’s gas potential?