Ms Juliana Pizzolato Furtado Senna

Juliana Pizzolato Furtado Senna

Lawyer biography

Kincaid | Mendes Vianna Advogados lawyer since 2006.  Experience in Corporate and Maritime Law.


  • Introduction to the North American Contractual  Law from  Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro (PUC – RIO) – 2011;
  • Specialization in Maritime Law from Fundação Getulio Vargas (FGV – RIO) - 2008;
  • Specialization in Commercial Law  from  CEPED (Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro – UERJ) - 2005;
  • Law degree from Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro (PUC-RIO) – 2004.

Tim Celular S.A. – Lawyer from 2005 to 2006.

Castro, Barros, Sobral, Gomes Advogados – Trainee/Lawyer from 2002 to 2005.

Portuguese and English.


Energy & Natural Resources

Decommissioning in Brazil – business opportunities and new regulations expected
Brazil | 03 September 2018

The decommissioning of aging offshore units and related assets is a challenge for the oil and gas industry – not only in Brazil, but also worldwide. As such, the players involved in decommissioning projects – including the authorities, operators and subcontractors – should keep up to date with the relevant requirements and best practices in order to transform potential market crises into opportunities.

Shipping & Transport

ANP amends rule for maritime transport of oil exports
Brazil | 08 July 2020

The National Petroleum Agency recently published a resolution regulating the bulk transportation of oil and its derivatives, natural gas and biofuels by water, including deep-sea navigation, cabotage and maritime, port and inland support. According to the new resolution, waterway transportation for export purposes must be carried out by Brazilian companies.

New resolution regulates offshore and port support, cabotage and deep-sea navigation
Brazil | 07 February 2018

The National Agency for Waterway Transportation recently published Normative Resolution 18, regulating the rights and duties of users, intermediary agents and companies operating in offshore and port support, cabotage and deep-sea navigation and establishing administrative infractions. The normative has ultimately introduced innovations into this field – for example, regarding the regulation of intermediary agents and refusals to provide maritime transport services.

ANTAQ launches new rules for chartering foreign vessels
Brazil | 05 November 2014

The Brazilian National Waterway Transportation Agency has published Resolution 3.638, which approves the draft of a new normative act to regulate the chartering of foreign vessels. If passed, the new act may substantially affect the capacity of some companies to continue using foreign flagged vessels to trade in Brazilian waters, including state-owned oil company Petrobras.