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 firstname.lastname@example.org or 214-740-8821.