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6th Mexico Infrastructure Projects Forum - Energy Leaders - Monterrey

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The 6th Mexico Infrastructure Projects Forum will be held virtually from Monterrey and focus on energy infrastructure and logistics.

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Energy marketplace, power & gas, transportation & logistics in focus

The 6th Mexico Infrastructure Projects Forum (www.mexicoinfrastructure.com) is a three-day virtual energy event that will take place on January 19, 20, 21, 2021. The event will focus on Mexico´s most crucial infrastructure and the evolving ENERGY MARKETPLACE. Clean energy, natural gas, hydrocarbons storage and transportation logistics are in focus. Register today and be a part of the discussion with industry leaders and high-level industry executives from the private and public sector, multi-lateral development banks, and project sponsors from Mexico, Texas and the United States. Companies in attendance will include engineering and construction firms, industrial groups, energy companies, transportation and logistics providers, investors and lenders to the Mexican market.

Some of last year's confirmed speakers included: 

  • Dr. Abel Hibert, Subjefe Oficina de Presidencia, Presidencia de la República
  • Alfonso Morcos, Director General, CENACE
  • Nerea Chacartegui, Directora, Enagas Mexico
  • Rocio Cardenas, Sr. Director Development, IEnova
  • Orlando A. Álvarez, Presidente y CEO, BP Energy Company
  • Rocio Cardenas, Business Development Director, IEnova
  • Enrique Alba, CEO - Presidente, Iberdrola - Asociación Mexicana de Energía
  • Manuel Vital Couturier, Secretario de Desarrollo Sustentable, Gobierno del Estado de Nuevo León
  • Pedro Santos, Managing Director, Andalusia Energy - CNG
  • Patricia Tatto, Vice President, Ata Renewables
  • Carlos Lerma Cotera, Director de Energia, Banobras
  • Eduardo Campirano, CEO, Port of Brownsville
  • Gerardo Rojas, Director of Energy, Ternium
  • Miriam Aguirre Nienau, Directora Energía, Bancomext
  • Jose Garcia Sanleandro, CEO, Naturgy 
  • Paolo Romanacci, Director General, ENEL Green Power México
  • Miguel A. Alonso, Director General, ACCIONA México
  • Fernando Alonso, Director de Asuntos Gubernamentales, FERMACA
  • Enrique Giménez Sainz, CEO, Fisterra
  • Sean Strawbridge, CEO, Port of Corpus Christi Authority
  • Carlos Garcia, Director General Mexico, Valero
  • José Zozaya, Presidente, Kansas City Southern de México
  • Helene Dimitracopoulos, CFO, Zuma Energía
  • James Fowler, Sr Editor, ICIS Americas / Mexico Energy Report
  • Jorge A. Gutiérrez, CEO, Energía Eléctrica BAL
  • Enrique Marroquín, CEO, Hunt Energy Mexico
  • Andres Fusco, Energy Commissioner, Tamaulipas
  • Santiago Garcia, CEO, Santa Fe Gas
  • Raúl Puente, Director General Almacenamiento, CYDSA
  • Francisco Con Garza, Energy Business Development Director, CEMEX
  • Eva Ribera, Director of Natural Gas Transportation, ENGIE
  • Katya Somohano, Directora de Energía, DeAcero
  • Rodrigo Bernal, Director de Originación, SAAVI Energía
  • James Fowler, Sr. Editor, ICIS Americas / Mexico Energy Report
  • Brian Leeke, ERCOT Trader, Vitol Group
  • Alfredo Álvarez, Energy Segment Leader, EY
  • Ignacio Castro Foulkes, Director Comercialización, Invenergy
  • Josefa Casas, Directora General, Doxia
  • Jeff Pavlovic, Director General, Bravos Energia
  • Dr. Rogelio Montemayor Seguy, President, Cluster de Energia Coahuila
  • Rajan Vig, Founder, Indimex & Chief Advisor, Western Power Trading Forum
  • Jacobo Mekler, Presidente, Asociación Mexicana de Energía Hidroeléctrica
  • Ramón Moreno Vergara, CEO, Mitsui Power
  • Claudio Rodríguez-Galán, Partner of Global Energy Practice, Thompson & Knight
  • Héctor Martínez Vivas, CEO, Next Energy Mexico
  • Norma Rodríguez, Directora Abastecimiento, FRISA – Steel
  • Darrel Thorson, Vice President Marketing, BP Energy Company
  • Ariel Ramos, Partner, Mayer Brown
  • Francisco Treviño, Director Energía, Gobierno del Estado de Coahuila
  • Benigno Villarreal, Director General, Vive Energia
  • Eduardo Corzo, Abogado, Haynes & Boone
  • Alejandro Doria, Presidente, Bulkmatic de México
  • Casiopea Ramirez, Partner, Fresh Energy Consulting
  • Christian Pérez, Managing Director, Vopak México
  • Christ Lenton, Sr. Editor, Mexico & Latam, Natural Gas Intelligence

Invitations to speak are subject to availability and cannot be guaranteed unless confirmed in advance.

To review more details on the event, visit www.mexicoinfrastructure.com

Mexico Is one of the most liberalized countries in terms of trade in the world and has opened its doors to foreign investment when it reformed its constitution to liberalize its energy/hydrocarbons sector in 2014.  Supply Chain efficiency and competitiveness advantages are driving forces for sustainable growth.  Accordingly, Mexico has prioritized transportation infrastructure and related distribution networks to facilitate a healthy manufacturing economy and continued prosperity of its industrial sector.

Recognized as the industrial hub of Mexico, Monterrey is an ideal location for the forum. With a favorable business climate, desirable location due to its close proximity to high-demand markets, its thriving industrial sector and highly skilled workforce, the city includes the headquarters of half of Mexico's leading corporations and boasts a strong trade relationship with Texas and the United States. Monterrey is well positioned for sustainable long term growth as foreign and domestic companies increase their foot print and establish a base for operation in the north of the country. 

This exclusive forum offers a unique mix of in-depth panel discussions on key business issues, project presentations, extraordinary networking opportunities and informal engagement dynamics that allow industry players and key decision makers to develop strategic relationships.  Forum participants are seated among project developers, C-level executives, public officials, and infrastructure leaders to explore immediate business opportunities for their companies, making the 5th Mexico Infrastructure Projects Forum one of the infrastructure industry's can't miss business events in Mexico and Texas.  Attendees will gain extremely valuable industry insight, learn about existing and new projects, as well as develop strategic relationships necessary to increase their probabilities of success in the Mexican market.

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