Mexico's Energy Reform - Next Wave Changes and New Projects

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Name: Mexico's Energy Reform - Next Wave Changes and New Projects
Date: February 25, 2016
Time: 7:15 AM - 11:30 AM CST
Event Description:
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Mexico’s Energy Reform 
Next Wave Changes and New Projects

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AGENDA 

7:30 am
Registration and Networking Breakfast

 
8:00 am
Welcoming Remarks

8:10 am
Department of Commerce
Francisco Ceron,
Oil & Gas Specialist, U.S. Embassy
 
8:30 am
Keynote Presentation and Q&A

PEMEX's Alejandro Martinez
Director General, Industrial Transformation
           
9:30 am   Break

9:40 am
PEMEX Service Stations in US

Ignacio Arroyo
Commercial Manager, PMI Holdings N.A.

10:00 am
Operating Company's Success from Energy Reform
Timothy S. Duncan
President & CEO, TALOS ENERGY LLC

10:30 am
Q&A w/ Horacio Licon

Greater Houston Partnership

10:40 - 11:30 am
Event Concludes; One-on-One meetings in separate room until 11:30 planned
 

Seminar Objectives:
The seminar familiarizes small, mid-sized and large U.S. companies with energy reform in Mexico
approximately a year after reform’s introduction. During this session you will learn about Pemex’s new global footprint, its future projects, and the updated purchasing process for this leading oil producer.
 
Pemex Procurement International Inc. will present Pemex Pass, a system for direct access to new opportunities. The seminar is not for prime contractors only. Small and midsized U.S. oil and gas suppliers of products and services should attend and prepare for real changes in Mexico’s energy industry.



Market Background:
Mexico’s oil and gas producing regions want to acquire U.S. technology and experience for maintaining high levels of production from declining fields entering the end of their lifecycle and from areas exhibiting technical production difficulties. Additionally, Mexico will seek expertise from U.S. service providers and manufacturers for refurbishing five major refineries.
 
The importance of constitutional change to the oil and gas industry in Mexico cannot be overstated. Changes at PEMEX illuminate a bright future of open competitiveness and greater transparency. For ten years, PEMEX has witnessed falling production in virtually all its oil and gas fields. Falling production is historically a primary driver of energy reform. While the Mexican constitution maintains that the government of Mexico controls subsurface hydrocarbons (i.e. oil and gas reserves), there is significant opportunity for foreign oil companies to take ownership of extracted resources in order to book them as reserves.
 
These opportunities are projected to increase participation in Mexico’s deep water and unconventional oil and gas extraction. Increasing exploration and production activity will spur procurement contracts for oil and gas field services and machinery, along with production sharing and licensing agreements. More transparency should motivate foreign companies of all sizes to register with Pemex through Pemex Procurement International Inc.
 
Reform is meant to change PEMEX into a more efficient state-owned company, assimilating best practices from international companies and other state-owned oil companies that have witnessed a transformational structural success. This transformation has opened the door for private participation in exploration and exploitation of oil and hydrocarbons using flexible contracting for service contracts, shared utility contracts, production sharing contracts, and licensing agreements.
 
As implementation continues, prepare for a greater push toward accountability, transparency, more fiscal scrutiny with greater autonomy for all levels of PEMEX management to find better and more stable suppliers from the international sector, a movement translating into more business U.S. companies active in Mexico.


 
SPONSORSHIPS AVAILABLE
Contact Samaria Chicas at Sam@hwcoc.org for more information
 
Event Sponsors:
  • Cameron
  • T & A Precision Machine, Inc.
Location:
Omni Hotel - Riverway
4 Riverway
Houston, TX 77056
 
Date/Time Information:
Thursday, February 25
7:30  - 11:30 am
Full breakfast starts at 7:20 am
Contact Information:
Samaria Chicas
Fees/Admission:
$65 Individual Tickets
$55 Houston West Chamber Members

Sponsorships Available - Contact Sam@hwcoc.org for details
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