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.
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.
Key Topics in 2020
New Administrations’ priorities and what it means for private investors
Onshore and Offshore Project development – where are top business opportunities
Renewables and Power investment – expectations vs reality
Who are the new midstream players in the region?
Refining Investment and progress so far
A Glance at 2020
Honest, Behind-Closed-Door Discussions
Of Delegates are Investors
2020 Draft Agenda
Day 1, April 1st
08:20 am Morning Coffee and Registration
09:15 Welcome Remarks: Alexandra Ashikhmina, MD, Americas, Energy Council
09:20am GOVERNMENT’S ENERGY PRIORITIES ACROSS DOWNSTREAM/MIDSTREAM & UPSTREAM
10:20 am DISRUPTIVE TECHNOLOGIES ACROSS ENERGY & OIL & GAS: IoT, AI, and Automation
11:00 am Networking break & Council Connect Meetings
11:30 am WHERE ARE UPSTREAM OPPORTUNITIES NOW?
12:15 pm UPDATES ON OFFSHORE PROJECTS
1:00 pm Lunch & Council Connect Meetings
2:30 pm RISK MANAGEMENT IN MEXICO
3:15 pm Networking break & Council Connect Meetings
3:50 pm UPSTREAM FINANCING AND CAPITAL RAISING IN MEXICO – LOCAL, INTERNATIONAL & ALTERNATIVE METHODS: Political environment for capital raising
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
10:30 am Networking break & Council Connect Meetings
11:00 am SUCESSFUL RENEWABLES PROJECTS: OFF-RECORD NEWS
12:00 pm ARISING STORAGE & LOGISTICS OPPORTUNITIES IN MEXICO
12:30 pm Lunch & Council Connect Meetings
2:00 pm PRIVATE EQUITY & DEBT FINANCING OPTIONALITY FOR POWER & CLEAN ENERGY
2:50 pm OPPORTUNITIES IN THE BI-LATERAL MARKET
End of Mexico Assembly
Hyatt Regency, Mexico City
Mexico Assembly 2020
Campos Elíseos 204, Polanco, Polanco IV Secc, Miguel Hidalgo
11560 Ciudad de México
Gordon Kettyle chatted to us about why Blakes, Cassels & Graydon works with the Energy Council
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
Find out the top 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.
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.
The Mexico Assembly offers a great opportunity to get updates on actual issues for the industry and there are great networking opportunities.
It is the highest level energy event in Mexico.
2019 Premium Sponsors
2019 Associate Sponsors
2019 Supporting Association
Government & Operators
Executive Director & Head - Natural Resources Project Finance for LatAm Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation
As always a very good seminar with the right insight and approaches to the different subjects. Not to mention all the organization running seamlessly.
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.
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.
Meet the Speakers
The biggest challenge in Mexico is the same for anywhere in the energy industry, how do we provide the sustainable energy people are demanding in an environment where prices are depressed and volatile.
The Canadian industry is facing some challenges in recent years, so you may see more Canadian companies show up in Mexico if the climate is investor-friendly.
Alejandro Moreno Benitez
We really believe that tender mechanisms and the energy reform have been very positive for the development of renewable energies in Mexico.
I believe Mexico continues to be a good option to invest in 2019. Despite the uncertainty related to the installation of a new administration, the needs, and hence the opportunities across the value chain remain.