Texas to Mexico Natural Gas Exports Congress 2015
Organization: American Business Conferences
|Event Date/Time: Oct 28, 2015||End Date/Time: Oct 30, 2015|
In the wake of the new Energy Reforms, and growing demand from large scale industrial buyers, Mexico is set to become a vital market for US natural gas exports.
A surge in pipeline construction across the Texas-Mexico border is underway in line with projections, estimating the flow of United States natural gas to Mexico to have doubled by the end of 2020. And demand for United States' Natural Gas exports have been growing constantly; exports from new and expanded cross-border pipelines has nearly tripled from 2010 to 2015.
This has given rise to some very pertinent questions:
- What are the reasons behind such a dramatic increase in natural gas demand in Mexico?
- Will this demand be sustainable over time?
- What are the regulatory, economic and logistical implications for suppliers?
These are all key questions operators and midstream companies looking at Mexico as a potential market will find answers to at United States To Mexico Natural Gas Exports Congress 2015.KEY MARKET VARIABLES TO BE ADDRESSED:
- MEXICO'S NATURAL GAS DEMAND OUTLOOK: Ascertaining key public and industrial sectors driving demand in Mexico to determine which Mexican entities and industries are potential buyers
- CFE: Explaining CFE's plans to upgrade the power generation plants system in Mexico to identify natural gas demand hubs over time
- CRE: Presenting the latest regulatory updates from CRE and how these will impact the Mexican market for US natural gas exports
- CENAGAS AND THE ENERGY MARKET OPENING: Understanding the role of CENAGAS as a mechanism for limiting the energy monopoly to guarantee open access to the market
- NATURAL GAS PIPELINE INFRASTRUCTURE: Evaluating Mexico's natural gas pipeline infrastructure requirements to determine the capacity, location and gas quality requirements of planned natural gas pipelines
- RISK ASSESSMENT PERSPECTIVES: Evaluating the potential risk of exporting natural gas to Mexico from a political, economic, LNG competition and safety and security standpoint
- CRUDE AND CONDENSATE EXCHANGE DEMAND AND LEGAL ASPECTS:Examining Mexico's appetite for imported light crude and condensate and current US restrictions on exports to determine opportunities for crude and condensate exchange