As Mexico’s historic energy reform continues to roll out, new market dynamics have reshaped the fuel supply landscape. As Mexico’s governing bodies evaluate the success of the reform so far what are their observations, what possible improvements are they contemplating, and what political options remain for influencing its direction? Our honored keynote speaker, Commissioner Guillermo Zuñiga, will open the Summit by discussing the following with attendees:
As Mexico’s deregulation process continues, the regional price liberalization schedule is moving at full steam ahead, with the first zone slated for deregulation as of March 30. But is Mexico’s retail industry ready? Our expert speaker will expand on any major obstacles that need to be addressed for this advancement in the timeline to prove effective, and answer the following questions:
What is the new reality of price liberalization? Who are the new competitors entering the supply market? We'll answer these questions, and also analyze and discuss price movement in retail/jobber prices of wholesale fuels. Our experts are uniquely qualified to address the challenges, opportunities and setbacks awaiting the industry in 2017 and beyond -- Mr. Galván is President of the National Fuel Wholesalers Association, both located in the first Region to be price liberalized. They will convey their experiences with this historic change in the Mexican fuels industry from both the distributors and retailers perspectives.
In this highly anticipated presentation, industry expert Marcial Diaz presents the latest accomplishments and challenges facing the landscape-altering energy reform that Mexico is currently undergoing. Ranging from a discussion on the lack of activity in imports, to price liberalization and new regulations to the very real possibility that Pemex is the only viable option for the foreseeable future, this discussion will provide a real-time look at the present and more importantly, the future of these ground breaking initiatives.
Join OPIS’s panel of experts as they take a firsthand look at infrastructure needs from the perspective of those planning and executing projects. Topics that will be discussed include:
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This panel of experienced suppliers to Mexico’s growing fuel industry will share their successes and challenges in supplying this dynamic market. But more importantly, attendees will learn what it really takes to move physical product into Mexico profitably and safely.
As Mexico pushes forward with its energy reforms, the Secretary of Energy has awarded hundreds of import permits, and assigned import volumes which far exceed the actual amounts Mexico is currently importing via PMI. Mexico’s max retail price structure accounts for differentiated pricing for 83+ regions in the country yet imports by private companies have been limited to trial runs. What is the Secretary of Energy doing in order to promote imports? What is SENER's outlook when it comes to changes in the oil and gas infrastructure in Mexico? Attend this informative keynote session to hear Ms. Barrios answer those questions and more.
Attend this highly informative panel to learn the keys to a successful retail business in a free market. Our experts will discuss retail fuel pricing, sourcing and product portfolios, driving forces like volume, profit and traffic, and why it’s not a good idea to put “all your eggs in one basket.”
Retail price deregulation is targeted for January of next year. Our expert will give attendees an informative refining and logistics overview, including