Energy regulators across the world share one common conundrum. As societies prosper, their economic activities require increased amounts of electricity. Climate change’s inherent risks demand this surge in power consumption be satisfied with cleaner energy sources while adopting a long-term perspective that employs ever-improving and disruptive technologies. Join the discussion among regulatory authorities from around the globe on March 21, 2018 at the Hyat Ziva in Cancún, Mexico, to share best practices and experiences in addressing the challenge of shaping energy regulation into a driver for innovation, sustainability and prosperity.
One of the principal arguments in favor of Mexico’s oil-producing potential has always been the relative absence of oil platforms on the Mexican side of the Gulf of Mexico. That will be changing. During the post-Energy Reform licensing rounds, 39 offshore blocks have been contracted in this area. This wave of offshore stakes locks in billions of dollars in investment to comply with CNH regulations. From the mature shallow-water fields where PEMEX has carved out its core business to the new deepwater frontier, offshore is among the great strategic challenges for the Mexican oil and gas industry.
Join the discussion among industry leaders at Mexico Business Events’ exclusive networking cocktail on April 12. Enjoy the insights of experienced veterans of Gulf of Mexico offshore activity and discover new opportunities below the bottom of the sea.