6th Annual Mexican Energy

Venue: Inter-Continental Houston

Location: Houston, Texas, United States

Event Date/Time: Oct 31, 2002 End Date/Time: Nov 01, 2002
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Efforts continue on the part of the Fox administration to meet Mexico’s increasing energy requirements by opening its energy sector to international development. Despite legislative and labor opposition, progress is being made.

Attend CBI’s 6th Annual Mexican Energy conference to gain an in-depth understanding of the challenges for international developers, innovative solutions and success stories in IPP, LNG and pipeline development and finance, and cross-border integration efforts.

Hear a Keynote Address on the Prospects for Congressional Approval of Energy Reforms from Diputado Juam Camilo Mourino Terrazo, Presidente de la Comision de Energia, Camara de Diputados

Gather the Latest Information on Regulatory and Institutional Initiatives from

7 Key Government Agencies/Companies:

New Natural Gas Regulations and Negotiations, Dr. Alejandro Brena, CRE

Gas Availability and Extraction Plans, Dr. Dominguez Vargas, PEMEX Exploracion y Producion

Status of Multi-Service Contracts, Horacio Guevara Montaldo, PEMEX Exploracion y Producion

Electric Sector Construction Program 2001-2010, Ing. Alberto Ramos Elorduy, CFE

Meeting Power Delivery Requirements and Integrating U.S./Mexican Markets, Dr. Florencio Aboytes, CFE

Ensuring Environmental Compliance, Jose Luis Tamez Garza, Attorney General’s Office for the Protection of the Environment

Renewable Energy Policies and Latest projects, Ing. Odon de Buen, CONAE

Benefit from the Lessons of 4 Case Studies
Altamira – Crafting solutions to fuel and other financing issues
La Rosita – Closing the first cross-border financing
Baja and Altamira – Status of LNG projects
Oaxaca – Achievements of a model rural electrification project

Learn about:

The impact of Mexico’s sovereign rating upgrade on financing power and gas development

Competing for CFE projects – Efforts to overcome limitations and changes that would increase participation

Cross-border projects – Benefits of integrated markets and the necessity for harmonizing standards

Environmental compliance – Understand the new rules and implement with sensitivity to broader community awareness and participation

How Mexico can capitalize on a unique opportunity to be the LNG gateway to North America


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