Mexico Assembly

 April 3 – 4, 2019

St Regis, MEXICO CITY

THE MOST SENIOR ENERGY EXECUTIVE MEETING IN MEXICO: Upstream, Midstream & Power Investment

What is Mexico Assembly?

The Mexico Assembly is the most senior and international energy executive platform in Mexico. Every year in Mexico City, over 300 Heads of Mexico, CEOs, CFOs, BD VPs and investors gather for two full days of behind-closed-doors networking and honest informal discussions. With representatives from 18 countries and an audience made up of over 65% VP level and above, government officials and investors – this is the unmissable Who’s Who platform in Mexico.

 The theme for 2019 is “Comparing Lucrative Energy Projects

In 2019 you can expect 85 speakers, 21 off-record CEO-driven panels, ample 1-2-1 networking opportunities over two days, an analysis of energy rounds and post- AMLO challenges and opportunities, fuel retail projects and investors’ opinions on the most profitable infrastructure and E&P projects in the country.

Success Stories

The Power Day event is super interesting, I had the chance to discuss with other parties directly or indirectly involved in our projects and also discuss points in common with our competitors. The Mexican renewables market is growing very fast and it is useful to attend this event, well organised and relevant to our sector.

Pedro Sanz

Director Business Development - Central America, Mexico and Caribbean, Energy Group, Canadian Solar

Thanks so much for all the hard work and help you gave us. It was a wonderful event. Congratulations to your team. I enjoyed it very much. We really had a very well diversified group and a very interesting discussion. I hope we will meet again soon in this new challenging market.

Carlos de Maria y Campos

Partner of Energy, Infrastructure and Oil & Gas, Galicia Abogados, S.C.

What is remarkable of this event is the quality of the panellists and the audience, very high.  The use of the Chatham House Rule helped us share information without filters. Overall, a very productive meeting!

Lionel Bony

Director Regional México, Neoen

A Glance at 2018

Attending Companies

View the full list of companies that were represented at Mexico Assembly 2018 

Key Takeaways

Read the 5 key takeaways from Mexico Assembly 2018

Post Show Report

Download the 2018 Mexico Energy Assembly Post Show Report

Speaker Presentations

Download the presentations that were presented by our 2018 speakers

Event Gallery

Did the camera catch you in 2018? 

2019 Agenda at a Glance

DAY 1 - April 3, 2019

08:159:30 am Morning Coffee and Registration

 09:3010:30 am Tackling the main challenges on the way of Mexico becoming the energy hub of Latin America
Corruption. Political uncertainty. Risk assessment. Local content.

 10:30-11:00 am Networking Break

Stream A
FUTURE OF E&P IN MEXICO

11:00 am Progress on the energy bid rounds of 2018 & Mexico’s energy transition
How realistic is it to increase domestic crude oil output to 2.4 million b/d in 2024?

11:45 am Offshore opportunities analyzed and explored

12:30 pm Networking Lunch

2:00 pm Conventional & shale rounds results: 3.2 & 3.3

2:45 pm Farm-outs in Mexico

3:30 pm Networking Break

FINANCING & CAPITAL RAISING

4:00 pm E&P financing and capital raising in Mexico – local, international & alternative methods 

Steam B
PUTTING MEXICO ON THE GLOBAL POWER & RENEWABLES MARKET

11:30 am Supply/ demand & other factors affecting renewables sector strategy in country

12:00 pm The latest auction results 

12:30 pm Networking Lunch

2:00 pm How do solar & wind compete with regional & global opportunities?

2:45 pm Business opportunities in Mexico’s energy infrastructure  

3:30 pm Networking Break

FINANCING & CAPITAL RAISING

4:00 pm Who are clean energy investors in Mexico?
Small-scale financing. Cost-effective options

DAY 2 - April 4, 2019

TURNING MEXICO INTO A REGIONAL ENERGY HUB

 9:30 am Mexico as an energy hub: interconnectivity and new opportunities
New trade agreement results. Export/Import. New ports/projects and terminals – which ones are the most promising? Advantages of U.S.-Mexico pipeline expansions.

10:15 am Networking Break

INFRASTRUCTURE

10:45 am Gas infrastructure: moving construction projects forward
How to move beyond delays due to right-of-way disputes, protests and other reasons. LNG project by New Fortress Energy. Increased integration with USA – what does the future hold?

11:30 am Women’s Energy Council panel

12:30 pm Networking Lunch

2:0pm Storage & logistics: new solutions for optimization

2:45 pm Fuel retail & downstream: what are the results of expansion?   

3:30 pm Networking Break

 4:15 pm Infrastructure financing & capital raising

 5:00 pm End of Assembly

2019 Ticket Options

2018 Upstream O&G Speakers

Adi Blum

Adi Blum

Managing Director Blackrock

Alberto Alonzo

Alberto Alonzo

Partner, Ardinall Investment Management

Anna Raptis

Anna Raptis

CEO, Raptis Group

Bob Orr

Bob Orr

Partner, Oliver Wyman

Chester Lopez

Chester Lopez

Acting Country Manager & Head - Operational Preparedness & Planning, Statoil Mexico

Christoffer Mylde

Christoffer Mylde

VP, Corporate Development, Sproule

David Madero

David Madero

‎Director General, CENAGAS

Emilio Estrada

Emilio Estrada

CEO G500 Network

Faisal Bakar

Faisal Bakar

Country Head for Mexico, Petronas

Isabella Saval

Isabella Saval

VP, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation

Ivan Sandrea

Ivan Sandrea

CEO, Sierra O&G

Jarl Pedersen

Jarl Pedersen

Chief Commercial Officer, Port of Corpus Christi Authority

Jimena Blanco

Jimena Blanco

Head of Americas, Political Research, Verisk Maplecroft

Kurt Knight-Turcan

Kurt Knight-Turcan

Director – BD for the US Gulf Coast & Mexico, Enbridge

Loren Long

Loren Long

Managing Director of Mexico, Talos Energy

Manuel Alegria Constantino

Manuel Alegria Constantino

Contracts Director, Petrobal

Manuel Buitrago

Manuel Buitrago

President - Mexico, Gran Tierra

Miguel Viramontes Nales

Miguel Viramontes Nales

Managing Director, Blackrock

Oscar Roldán

Oscar Roldán

Head of the National Data Repository, La Comisión Nacional de Hidrocarburos

Sergio Limardo

Sergio Limardo

Country Manager – Mexico, Repsol

Tito Vidaurri

Tito Vidaurri

Country Head-Mexico , EIG Global Energy Partners

Ulises Hernández Romano

Ulises Hernández Romano

Pemex E&P, Direction of Exploration, PEMEX

Victor Coalla

Victor Coalla

Director, Mexico, HSBC

2018 Power & Renewables Speakers

Adrian Katzew

Adrian Katzew

CEO, Zuma Energia

Ary Naim

Ary Naim

Country Manager for Mexico, IFC

Brandon Blaylock

Brandon Blaylock

Director, Mexico Infrastructure Partners

Carlos Alvarez

Carlos Alvarez

Managing Director, BlackRock Infrastructure Investment Group

Carlos Egido

Carlos Egido

Country Manager - Mexico, X-Elio

Carlos Isorna

Carlos Isorna

Vice-President, Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Asset

Cecilia Curiel

Cecilia Curiel

Senior Partner, SOLCARGO

Fernando Salinas

Fernando Salinas

Managing Director México – Central America, FRV

Fernando Tirado

Fernando Tirado

Director for Energy, Acciona Mexico

Fernando Zendejas Reyes

Fernando Zendejas Reyes

Subsecretario de Electricidad

Francisco Ruiz

Francisco Ruiz

Head of Business Development Latin America, Vestas

Hector Beltran

Hector Beltran

Director General Electricity, CRE

Hector Olea

Hector Olea

CEO, Gauss Energia

Juan Ignacio Rubiolo

Juan Ignacio Rubiolo

President - Mexico, AES Corporation

Katya Somohano

Katya Somohano

CEO, CFE Calificados

Leopoldo Salinas

Leopoldo Salinas

CFO, Cemex Energia

Lionel Bony

Lionel Bony

Regional Director Neoen

Luis Arizaga

Luis Arizaga

Founding Partner, EIRA Capital

Maricela Flores

Maricela Flores

Project Manager- Mexico, KfW - IPEX

Pedro Sanz

Pedro Sanz

Director of BD - Central America, Mexico & Caribbean, Canadian Solar

Rafael Belda

Rafael Belda

Director de Energías Renovables, ENGIE

Severo Lopez

Severo Lopez

Senior Partner, Galo Energy

Teresa Cantú

Teresa Cantú

Senior Partner, Care Abogados

Victor Luque

Victor Luque

MD of State Owned Enterprises, SENER

Success Stories

In my opinion Power Day not only had interesting discussions about topical business issues, the event gathered key senior decision makers that are fundamental for the changing times Mexico’s Energy sector is experiencing.

Francisco Ruiz

Head of Business Development LAtAm, Vestas Wind Systems A/S

It was a pleasure meeting your team. I enjoyed participating in the interesting panel discussion. The energy reform in Mexico is creating great opportunities and I’m convinced the infrastructure investments will generate prosperity for many years to come. The Mexico Assembly is a unique opportunity to expand collaboration to help overcome the challenges.

Jarl Pedersen

Chief Commercial Officer , Port of Corpus Christi Authority

I would like to thank you for an exceptional event last week. The event was very successful for us and I hear many people expressing very positive comments about it. I look forward to continuing working with you.

Carlos Solozano

Partner, SMPS Legal

Venue & Accommodation

Venue Contact Information

St Regis

Paseo de la Reforma 439,
Colonia Cuauhtemoc
Mexico City,
06500
Mexico

T: (52)(55) 5228 1818

About the St Regis

In the heart of one of the city’s most exciting zones, The St. Regis Mexico City overlooks the historic Paseo de la Reforma. Find out more about the 5* St Regis HERE

 

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Alexandra Ashikhimina

Alexandra Ashikhimina

Managing Director, Americas

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Tim Pawul

Tim Pawul

SVP- Corporate Development, Americas

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Zach Wilson

Zach Wilson

Manager - Corporate Development, Americas

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Kate Robey

Marketing Manager, Americas

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