Webinar: Mexico Oil Outlook 2019

Webinar: Mexico Oil Outlook 2019


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Jan 31 2019 / 2:00 PM- 3:00 PM

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The administration of Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador and his energy team hit the ground running after the inauguration last December. To date, they have unveiled a series of proposals for the energy sector including a national electricity program, a national refining plan and a plan aimed at boosting oil production. The announcements underscore the longstanding overarching narrative of the new administration and their outlook for energy centered on the issue of energy self-sufficiency. But dominating headlines since we all returned from the holidays has been the government’s efforts to combat illicit fuel theft, the so-called huachicoleo.

The plans released for the nation’s energy sector suggest myriad avenues aimed at energy self-sufficiency during the sexenio. Perhaps most important are the interconnected issues of oil production, fuel imports and infrastructure. The economic and investment implications are critical to understand as well.

Join us for a lively discussion and debate with John Padilla, Managing Director, IPD Latin America and Gonzalo Monroy, Managing Director, GMEC. Padilla and Monroy will share insights and analysis on the issues of oil production, refining, fuels infrastructure and investment as the new year unfolds in Mexico.

The webinar and virtual panel will be held Thursday, January 31 at 2:00pm San Diego (4:00 pm Mexico City time; GMT/UTC – 8 hours). The session will be delivered in a discussion format and incorporating Q&A with the audience.

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