Mexico Assembly

 April 1 – 2 2020

HYATT REGENCY, MEXICO CITY

Join the most senior Energy Club in Mexico

Mexico Assembly

 April 1 – 2 2020

HYATT REGENCY, MEXICO CITY

Come and meet over 100 private & public companies at Mexico Assembly 2020
Find out who will be there!

Mexico Assembly

 April 1 – 2 2020

HYATT REGENCY, MEXICO CITY

Two full days of behind closed door discussions addressing real challenges facing the industry

Mexico Assembly

 April 1 – 2 2020

HYATT REGENCY, MEXICO CITY

Hear from industry leaders representing local operators, investors & government representatives

The Who's Who of Mexico's Energy Sector

Mexico Assembly is the most senior off record energy club in Mexico. Every year 350+ Heads of Mexico, CEOs, CFOs, BD VPs and investors gather for two full days of behind-closed-doors 1-2-1 meetings and high-level discussions to navigate the uncertainty surrounding Mexico’s energy industry.

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.

mexico assembly attending companies list

There are currently 102 companies from a cross-section of private and public companies confirmed to join the Mexico Assembly. Find out who you will have a chance to network with.

Ask us about helping you create a pre-scheduled One2One meeting schedule with our Council Connect service so that you don’t miss those you would most like to meet. 

Expert Speakers

Honest, Behind-Closed-Door Discussions

Attendees

Pre-arranged 1-2-1 Meetings

Private Dinners

What's New in 2020

 

PRIVATE DINNERS

This year you will have the opportunity to join three intimate, private dinner meetings during the Assembly. If you are a CEO interested in networking with up to 20 of your peers during a private dinner focused on Offshore Opportunities, Onshore Opportunities or Renewable & Off-taker Opportunities please contact Tim Pawul to find out more about attending or hosting your own Private Dinner.

Renewables and Off-takers Dinner – sponsored by ener ab logo

 

Offshore Opportunities Dinner – sponsorship available
Onshore Opportunities – sponsorship available

 

COUNCIL CONNECT

Enjoy the benefits of pre-scheduled meetings with Council Connect at Mexico Assembly. With over 400 C-level executives expected, you shouldn’t leave your networking to chance. Maximize your time spent out of the office by allowing us to provide you with a program of pre-scheduled, One2One meetings with people you want to meet. Contact Tia Amofa to find out more.

 

ERTC NORTH AMERICA

Mexico Assembly is now co-located with ERTC North America, brought to you by World Refining Association. ERTC North America, taking place on 31 March focuses on innovations in downstream process technology. Visit the ERTC North America website.

 

WOMEN’S ENERGY COUNCIL

The Women’s Energy Council is based on the belief that a more inclusive workforce not only enhances business performance but can also serve as an integral part of business strategy and planning. During the Mexico Assembly, you will have the opportunity to join the Women’s Energy Council lunch dedicated to discussing D&I in the energy industry. Contact Alexandra Ashikhmina to find out more.

Agenda

Day 1, April 1st

08:20 am Morning Coffee and Registration

09:15 Welcome Remarks: Alexandra Ashikhmina, MD, Americas, Energy Council

09:20 am THE CURRENT GOVERNMENT’S ENERGY PRIORITIES: WHAT IS THE DEVELOPMENT PATH FOR PEMEX and SENER?The opening government panel will explore AMLO’s top priorities and how the new administration anticipates working with the private sector

10:20 am DISRUPTIVE TECHNOLOGIES ACROSS ENERGY & OIL & GAS: IoT, AI, and Automation
This digital panel will bring together leading AI services and the operators adopting them to outline the vision of the energy industry in 10-15 years’ time

11:00 am Networking break & Council Connect Meetings 
Find out more about Council Connect

11:30 am WHERE ARE THE ONSHORE UPSTREAM OPPORTUNITIES NOW?
Onshore opportunities in Mexico broken down by the operators who won blocks in Round 1 and 2

12:15 pm KEYNOTE PRESENTATION – UPDATES ON ZAMA

12:45 pm MOVING TOWARDS PRODUCTION –
An update from the most successful operators in Mexico. 

1:30 pm Lunch & Council Connect Meetings

2:30 pm HOW DO YOU MANAGE REGULATORY AND SECURITY RISKS IN MEXICO?
Risks are hard to define and measure, and even harder to insure against. Regulatory risk is a concern for a lot of investors and operators in Mexico

3:15 pm Networking break & Council Connect Meetings

3:45 pm HOW TO GROW IN MEXICO – PARTNERSHIPS & JV OPPORTUNITIES WITH PEMEX
What are operators’ strategies in Mexico: M&A, farm-out, JV, waiting until further changes? This discussion will analyze opportunities for cooperation and why operators adopt one strategy or the other

4:15 pm UPSTREAM & MIDSTREAM FINANCING AND CAPITAL RAISING IN MEXICO – LOCAL, INTERNATIONAL & ALTERNATIVE METHODS
Infrastructure financing opportunities in Mexico are huge and complex, with plenty of local and international players competing in the market

5:00 pm Drinks Reception in La Presidencia and Private Dinners

Day 2, April 2nd

9:30 am OPPORTUNITIES IN MEXICO´S POWER, RENEWABLES AND ENERGY INFRASTRUCTURE
A strategic discussion matching the government’s plans for the renewables and electricity market with those of the industry

10:30 am RECIPE FOR SUCCESS – PPAs IN MEXICO
Following auction cancellations by the CFE, PPAs emerged as a major opportunity for power developers and off takers

11:30 am Networking break & Council Connect Meetings
Find out more about Council Connect

12:00 pm STORAGE PROJECTS – GAS, FUELS & RETAIL MARKETS 
The discussion will analyze the state of Mexico’s storage market for fuels and gas and new infrastructure to improve it.

12:55 pm GAS MARKETS IN MEXICO – OPTIONALITY FOR STORAGE, LNG & COMMERCIALIZATION
This discussion will debate pricing, priorities and challenges for traders operating in Mexico and beyond

1: 45 pm Lunch & Council Connect Meetings

3:00 pm INFRASTRUCTURE & LOGISTICS
Project update and appetite for infrastructure and logistics in Mexico

3:50 pm CRITERIA FOR PRIVATE EQUITY & DEBT FINANCING FOR POWER & CLEAN ENERGY 
How does the global shift to investing locally and sustainably affect Mexico? What new types of financing are becoming popular? What are investors’ main concerns in 2020?

 4:40 pm End of Mexico Assembly

Speakers

Adam Seitchik

Adam Seitchik

General Manager - Exploration, Mexico, Murphy Oil Corp.

Adi Blum

Adi Blum

Managing Director Blackrock

Antonio Borja Charles

Antonio Borja Charles

Partner – Energy Galicia Abogados

Arturo Vivar

Arturo Vivar

CEO, Monterra Energy LLC

Carlos de Regules

Carlos de Regules

Former Director General, ASEA

Carlos Isorna

Carlos Isorna

Vice-President, Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Asset

Carlos Morales Gil

Carlos Morales Gil

CEO, PetroBal

Carmine De Lorenzo

Carmine De Lorenzo

Managing Director, eni Mexico

Enrique Gimenez Sainz de la Maza

Enrique Gimenez Sainz de la Maza

Director, Fisterra Energy Mexico

Enrique Lusso

Enrique Lusso

Director General – Mexico, Pan American Energy LLC

Fernando Pereira

Fernando Pereira

Director, Hidrocarburos del Sureste

Fernando Tovar

Fernando Tovar

CEO, ENGIE Mexico

Ing. José Luis González

Ing. José Luis González

Head of the Supervision, Inspection and Surveillance, ASEA

Jaime Perez de Laborda

Jaime Perez de Laborda

Managing Director, Balam Fund

Javier Areitio

Javier Areitio

Director Energy, Actis LLP

Jean Nicolas Lejeune

Jean Nicolas Lejeune

Director of Energy Commercialization, ENGIE

Jeff Pavlovic

Jeff Pavlovic

Power Market Expert, Bravos Energia

Jorge Centeno

Jorge Centeno

Investment Executive - Infrastructure, InfraRed Capital Partners Mexico

Katya Somohano

Katya Somohano

Director, Energy Deacero

Leonardo Osorio

Leonardo Osorio

Executive Director & Head - Natural Resources Project Finance for LatAm Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation

Lic. Julio Camelo Vernis

Lic. Julio Camelo Vernis

Head of the Normativity Unit, ASEA

Luis Villalobos

Luis Villalobos

Chief New Businesses Officer, EXI Energy and Infrastructure Fund

Manuel Rodriguez Arregui

Manuel Rodriguez Arregui

Chief Executive Officer, Ainda Energia y Infraestructura

Miguel Angel Alonso Rubio

Miguel Angel Alonso Rubio

Managing Director, Acciona Energia

Miguel Peleteiro

Miguel Peleteiro

Head of Oil & Gas, Americas Duff & Phelps

Pablo Tejera Cuesta

Pablo Tejera Cuesta

General Manager - Upstream Development Shell

Paolo Romanacci

Paolo Romanacci

Area Manager - Mexico & Central America, Enel Green Power

Paul Centeno Lappas

Paul Centeno Lappas

Mexico General Manger, Neoen

Paul Maya

Paul Maya

CEO-Mexico, AtoS

Raquel Clement

Raquel Clement

Global Category Manager, Chevron Corporation

Raúl Puente

Raúl Puente

Director, Hidrocarburos del Sureste

Robert Jones

Robert Jones

President, TC Energy Mexico

Santiago Garcia

Santiago Garcia

Chief Executive Officer, Santa Fe Natural Gas

Tania Ortiz Mena

Tania Ortiz Mena

CEO, IEnova Infraestructura Energetica

Tim Duncan

Tim Duncan

President & CEO, Talos Energy LLC

Todd Peterson

Todd Peterson

Managing Director, GF International

Vania Laban

Vania Laban

VP – Corporate Affairs, ENGIE Mexico

Warren Levy

Warren Levy

CEO, Jaguar E&P

Yann Kirsch

Yann Kirsch

Chief Operations Officer, Perseus Energy

Pricing & Registration

Venue & Accommodation

Mexico Assembly 2020

Hyatt Regency
Campos Elíseos 204, Polanco, Polanco IV Secc, Miguel Hidalgo
11560 Ciudad de México
Mexico

Special Rates @ Hyatt Regency

Use this booking link to reserve your room at the Hyatt Recency for special rates. 

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Investors at Mexico Assembly

Qualified investors receive a complimentary VIP Guest Pass to the Mexico Assembly. If you would like to join 350 energy executives this April to discover the latest investment opportunities in Mexico, please register your interest below. 

Looking Back - Mexico Assembly 2019

Success Stories

Gordon Kettyle chatted to us about why Blakes, Cassels & Graydon works with the Energy Council

Success Stories

Chris Myle chatted to us about why Sproule works with the Energy Council

2019 Onsite Interviews

We chatted with Adam Seitchik, General Manager – Exploration, GOM & Mexico, Murphy Oil Corporation

2019 Onsite Interviews

We chatted with Carlos Aguilera, CEO, Perseus Energy

Key Takeaways

Find out the top 2019 takeaways from Alexandra Ashikhmina, Managing Director, Americas, Energy Council & Benjamin West, Portfolio Manager, America, Energy Council

Onsite Audience Feedback

If you couldn’t make it to Mexico Assembly 2019 but would like to get a feel for how the audience responded to questions, download the Onsite Audience Feedback.

2019 Attending Companies

With over 200 organizations in attendance, the Mexico Assembly 2019 succeeded in bringing together all of the major regional and international players.

2019 Post Show Report

Download the Post Show Report to find out more on the top takeaways, audience breakdown, top discussions from Mexico Assembly 2019.

The Oil and Gas Council provided a world-class platform from which to learn about the Mexican energy industry. They brought together key decision makers from both the private and public sectors. You met only C-level people operating in the Mexican energy industry as well as senior representatives from global financial institutions and the Mexican government. It is a fantastic platform for all those connected to the Mexican energy sector to engage in meaningful discussions and learn about the latest trends impacting Mexico’s energy industry.

David Chelich

Head, Global Energy , Toronto Stock Exchange

Great event; focused panels of relevant topics with experts from a good cross-section of government, investors and industrial companies.  The limited number of guests makes it great for effective networking.

Gabriel Cerdio Gudiño

Chief Operating Officer, Ainda Energía & Infraestructura

The Mexico Assembly offers a great opportunity to get updates on actual issues for the industry and there are great networking opportunities.

Carlos Ramos Miranda

Partner, Hogan Lovells

The Mexico Assembly offers a great opportunity to get updates on actual issues for the industry and there are great networking opportunities.

Carlos Ramos Miranda

Partner, Hogan Lovells

It was a great couple of days with spot-on topics and great attendance. The Mexico Assembly was well organized with a great selection of topics and moderators. Networking opportunities during breaks were very fruitful since a lot of people flew into Mexico City.

Alex Fabrega

Director – Investments , CKD Infraestructura México

It is the highest level energy event in Mexico.

 

Sergio Guaso

Director, Guaso 360

As always a very good seminar with the right insight and approaches to the different subjects. Not to mention all the organization running seamlessly.

Luis Villalobos

Chief New Business Officer, EXI Energy and Infrastructure Fund

Contact Us

Alexandra Ashikhmina

Alexandra Ashikhmina

Managing Director, Americas

Speaking Enquiries
Tel: +44 20 7384 7702

Tim Pawul

Tim Pawul

SVP- Corporate Development, Americas

Sponsorship Enquiries
Tel: +1 631 891 8414

TJ Murphy

TJ Murphy

VP Partnership Development, Americas

Sponsorship Enquiries
Tel: +1 203 435 5976

Kate Robey

Kate Robey

Marketing Manager, Americas

Marketing Enquiries
Tel: +27 021 001 3889

Tia Amofa

Tia Amofa

Investor Relations, Americas

VIP Guest Enquiries
Tel: +44 207 384 7817