President Obama and Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff will have energy on their agenda when they meet at the White House Monday.

The two presidents in March of 2011 announced a “Strategic Energy Dialogue” when Obama visited Brazil, one of several joint initiatives.

“The Presidents will have the opportunity to follow up on progress made under the three presidential dialogues launched during President Obama’s March 2011 visit to Brazil – the Strategic Energy Dialogue, the Economic and Financial Dialogue, and the Global Partnership Dialogue,” the White House said Sunday in a summary of the upcoming visit.

The joint energy work is focused on biofuels, oil-and-gas, renewable electricity, efficiency and nuclear energy.