Mexican Energy Reforms - Current Reforms Affecting the Oil & Gas Industry

    Join Locke Lord and SOLCARGO for the complimentary CLE seminar, Mexican Energy Reforms - Current Reforms Affecting the Oil & Gas Industry, on Tuesday, September 23. Derrick Carson, Bill Swanstrom, and Scott Arrington will discuss the recent changes to Mexico's Energy Legal Framework and the ‎opportunities these changes are expected to generate in Mexican oil, gas and electric power for ‎Mexican and foreign companies in services, technology, investment and operations.  ‎

    The Mexican energy sector has long been managed exclusively by Mexican State monopolies, ‎including Petróleos Mexicanos (PEMEX) in oil and gas and Comisión Federal de Electricidad (CFE) ‎in electric power.  The changes, or reforms, made by the new laws are intended to open Mexico’s ‎energy industry to more competition and provide the opportunity for the private sector, including ‎foreign companies, to actively participate in Mexico’s energy industry as investors and operators.‎

    This seminar will help you understand the new Mexican Energy Legal Framework, including how the ‎industry will now be organized; which investment vehicles to use to participate therein; what types of ‎projects will now be available for private participation, and how US companies can benefit from these ‎new laws and project opportunities. This seminar will consider the recent Secondary Laws and thus ‎provide a comprehensive overview of the project and investment opportunities that are expected to ‎arise from the reforms.

    This program is pending approval for 3.5 hour MCLE credit.‎

    Given the nature of the topic, we recommend this seminar to midstream and service companies, ‎operating companies and investors that are considering entering into Mexico's energy market. ‎

    For a detailed agenda and speaker bios, please click here.

    Please RSVP to Emily Vodek at evodek@lockelord.com or 214-740-8821.‎

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