Mexico Energy Reform: Powering the Future - Houston

7:30 AM - 12:30 PM (CST)
Doré Commons
James A. Baker III Hall
Rice University
6100 Main StreetHouston, TX 77005
United States of America

The proposed Mexican energy reforms and the enormous investment in infrastructure to implement them will require a new legal framework and a clear understanding of the new markets. The reforms will have considerable implications for the development of the Mexican and broader North American economies. Necessary constitutional and regulatory changes are anticipated to pass in Mexico's legislature, indicating that there is no better time for energy and infrastructure enterprises to prepare for the expanded investment, service sector, and financing opportunities that will build upon and sustain North American energy independence and economic competitiveness for decades to come.

The sponsors of this event seek to engage stakeholders from the private sector, government decision makers, and the general public in a meaningful discussion on Mexico's energy reforms and the infrastructure investment they will require, as well as the legal implications of engaging the new energy markets in Mexico.

The panels include discussions on the future of energy reform in Mexico, challenges and opportunities for shale gas, and deep water prospects in the Gulf of Mexico. For agenda and speaker information, click here.

To view a report on Mexico's Energy Reform: Powering the Future conference click here.

To view the slides used at the Colloquium please click here.

Doré Commons
James A. Baker III Hall
Rice University
6100 Main Street
Houston, TX 77005

For more information contact: Cari Peretzman at 214.651.5965 or

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