Massimo Brebbia

Regional Business Line Director - Marine Asset Integrity MEI
Fugro

Massimo Brebbia is the Regional Business Line Director for the Fugro Marine Asset Integrity business line, covering for the ME region, Egypt, Caspian and India. Massimo is holding an MBA in Business Administration and boasts over 22 years’ experience in the oil and Gas sector. Massimo has worked in the asset integrity business, Subsea constructions and IRM business in various region: Europe, Africa, Far East and the Middle East collecting experience from different cultures and methods. His experience spans from consultancy, company start up, six sigma company restructuring to organization leadership and business management. He started his career working in Europe, then moving to Africa region, eventually relocated to Middle East to start up a survey company and following he has been appointed to start up another branch in Singapore for a multinational survey firm. Ten years ago he moved to Fugro. He developed a number of concepts in the area of Training information for Fugro, in collaboration with City &Guilt. Currently he is managing and developing Fugro’s Marine Asset Integrity organization across the region to deal with Clients’ increasing need for advanced data collection as well as information and asset management.



12:00 PM Changing The Game – Getting More From Your Infrastructure

2:00 PM INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION: Multi-stakeholder collaboration

Successful port development and expansion in the region depends on on-going collaboration between many different stakeholders. Regulators, operators, shipping lines, cargo owners and maritime services need to find ways to align their interests to ensure continued port competitiveness and contribute to raising the standards of the maritime system.

This panel discussion will provide an overview of the following points:
  • Challenges and opportunities of a collaborative model
  • Globalisation of shipping lines and port operators
  • Impact of shipping line mega-alliances on ports and terminals