Mexico is the most important country to deregulate in the continent, and sits at number 11 in petroleum consumption worldwide according to the EIA. Join us as the undersecretary of Hydrocarbons for Mexico’s Secretary of Energy explains Mexico’s next steps as it completes the transition into a fully deregulated market.
Lic. Roberto Diaz de León, President, ONEXPO
It has been almost five months to the day since all regions of the country were price liberalized in the gasoline station industry. Hear Mr. Díaz de León delve into the details of Mexico’s retail market, the shifts in prices as well as the new entrants into the market.
As the first major operating on Mexican soil, what are the company’s growing pains and vision for the future?
As the energy reform in Mexico pushes forward, how is the state-owned oil company gearing up for competition in its backyard? Join us as we learn PEMEX’s plans for the short and long term.
Do oil majors have a set plan or vision for business in Mexico?
Marcial Diaz, Consultant, Lexoil
As Mexico transitioned to countrywide price liberation at the end of 2017, what are the realities and expectations for the rest of 2018? As the country faces a historic presidential election on July 1, the regulating bodies continue to increase regulations – how do businesses continue to comply in 2018?
Rafael Perez, CEO, Quimica Logistics
Mario Fuentes, CEO, Fuentes Fuel Suppliers
Hear first-hand experiences from the “import trenches” and a breakdown of the realities from fuel importers.
Join our second day keynote addressing everything you need to know regarding the status of the energy reform today and where it is headed in 2018.
Oscar Dominguez, CEO, WERA Customs Brokers, Mexico
Rudy Miles, CEO, Rudolf Miles Customs Brokers, USA
During this one-of-a-kind workshop, attendees will learn from customs brokers from the U.S. and Mexico as they detail the documentation, permit, cost and timeframe expectations of moving product from the U.S. to Mexico. This interactive workshop will provide answers to your most nagging questions when it comes to all the obligations, costs, and requirements to export and import fuels into Mexico.