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Mexico Round One Executive & Technical Sessions

By The University of Texas at Austin's Latin America & Caribbean Energy Program

When and where

Date and time

Monday, October 20, 2014 · 2 - 5:30pm CDT

Location

Four Seasons Hotel Houston Four Seasons Ballroom 3rd Floor 1300 Lamar St Houston, TX 77010

Description

Mexico's Round One Executive and Technical Presentation will showcase the areas and fields that will be tendered in 2015 for private companies to participate in hydrocarbon exploration and extraction projects.

Speakers:

  • Lourdes Melgar, Deputy Secretary of Hydrocarbons, Secretariat of Energy of Mexico
  • Miguel Messmacher, Deputy Secretary of Income, Secretariat of Finance of Mexico
  • Juan Carlos Zepeda, Chair Commisioner, National Hydrocarbons Commission of Mexico

Technical Session Topics:

  • Onshore, Shallow Waters and Extra-heavy Oils
  • Perdido and South Gulf of Mexico Deepwater
  • Chicontepec and Unconventionals

About the organizer

The University of Texas at Austin has 100-year history of education and research throughout Latin America and the Caribbean. As a result, the University has a vast array of resources that can be utilized to assist in understanding and addressing issues of importance to the region. These internal assets are force-multiplied by the fact that many of our graduating students have returned to their home countries, achieved prominence in government, industry and academia, and can be easily engaged in cooperative discussions and projects. While imbedded in the Jackson School of Geosciences, the Latin America and Caribbean Energy and Environmental Program pursues an interdisciplinary collaborative approach among the Jackson School of Geosciences, Cockrell School of Engineering, LBJ School of Public Affairs, McCombs School of Business, Texas School of Law, the College of Liberal Arts and the Energy Institute; and acts as an enabler by identifying and facilitating research and academic opportunities among the program’s stakeholders and UT’s faculty, researchers and students. Please visit http://www.jsg.utexas.edu/lacp/

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