13 October 2014
Mexico Business Outlook: The Energy Reform
Venue: Mayer Brown, 201 Bishopsgate, London, EC2N 3AF
Time: 2:30 p.m.
The Mexican Chamber of Commerce in Great Britain invites you to the first seminar to be held in London about the Energy Reform in Mexico.
Take a look at the programme of the event:
2.30 p.m. Registration & Coffee
2.45 p.m. Welcome Remarks by Ambassador Diego Gomez Pickering
2.55 p.m. Panel 1: A New Dawn
During this panel law firms Mayer Brown and Nader, Hayaux & Goebel will first describe the background of the Mexican Energy Sector including an overall view of the country’s resources and wealth. Afterwards the speakers will explain the new framework of the Energy Sector in Mexico including the new role of its regulators, players, risks and opportunities.
Additionally they will discuss the implications and characteristics of round zero, a list of fields granted to Pemex to develop, and round one, which includes the list of tenders for private investment in the Oil & Gas sector.
The secondary laws will also be examined during this session.
Laurence Whitehead, Senior Fellow at Nuffield College of University of Oxford, will moderate the panel.
4.30 p.m. Coffee Break
4.45 p.m. Panel 2: What is Next?
During this panel Industry representatives will discuss the implications of the Energy Reform in the Oil & Gas and the Electricity sectors. What does that mean for foreign investors?
They will also converse about the Downstream, Midstream and Upstream sectors and the impact of the Energy Reform on them.
Financing alternatives and new opportunities in the sectors will be discussed in this panel too.
James McKeigue, Chief Editor of LatAm Investor, will moderate the panel.
6.20 p.m. Keynote Speech
7.20 p.m. Closing Remarks by Baroness Bonham Carter, Prime Minister's Trade Envoy to Mexico
7.30 p.m. Drinks & Nibbles offered by Mayer Brown