Pemex supports the Mexico Shale Summit in San Antonio as Associated Partner

The Mexico Shale Summit is a two day oil and gas event in San Antonio, Texas on February 17 and 18, 2015 that will bring together internationally recognized industry speakers, investors, government officials, and C level executives from the energy, infrastructure, and transportation industries. The geographic scope for the event will cover Mexico as a region with a strong focus on the opportunities and challenges associated with Northern Mexico. Attendees will gain extremely valuable industry insight as well as develop strategic relationships necessary to increase their probabilities of success and mitigate the risks involved in this new and historic market opportunity.

 

Some of the confirmed speakers include:

 

Christi Craddick - Chairman of the Texas Railroad Commission

Antonio Garza - Former US Ambassador to Mexico

Javier Treviño - Member of Congress in Mexico

Brandon Seale - President of Howard Energy Mexico

Juan Castañeda - VP Halliburton Mexico

Javier Estrada - Director General of Energy Planning SENER

Eliecer Palacios - CEO of PetroRock Energy

Israel Hurtado - President of Academia Mexicana de Derecho Energetico (AMDE)

Duncan Wood - Director of Mexico Institute at Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars

Marcial Nava - Sr Economist of BBVA

and more...

 

Relevant Topics include:

 

  • Shale gas exploration in Mexico to date and the future opportunities in the Mexican Basins

  • New opportunities for foreign investment in Mexico

  • Evolving opportunities and challenges for the Mexican hydrocarbon industry

  • The National Infrastructure Plan and opportunities for engineering service companies resulting from the Energy Reform

  • Results of the new Energy Reform and the implications for contract types: service contracts, profit sharing, production sharing and licenses

  • Border transportation and logistics

  • Pipelines, Trucks and Railroads

  • The social, political and financial stability of Mexico, and the impact of future investments in exploration and production, infrastructure, water and security

  • Relevant roles of Pemex, SENER, CRE, CNH, CNCGN, and SHCP

  • Water management in Mexico, land permits, cost reduction techniques and recycling methods

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