The U.S. Commercial Service is partnering with the Mexican Petroleum Institute this year to bring you a glimpse into the ‘new’ oil and gas reality on the ground. This event will provide a forum for Mexican Petroleum Institute (IMP) to give a market overview of how outside companies are now directly operating and how procurement strategies have become more dynamic as a result of Mexico’s historic energy reforms. IMP will highlight how their organization interacts with companies, promotes new technologies, and how suppliers and buyers must be more adaptive in their procurement. Additional presentations by IMP members Murphy Oil and Sierra Oil & Gas will focus on practical strategy, experiences, best practices, and advice for U.S. exporters in this dynamic market.

Location: OTC, Houston, TX, NRG ARENA, Second Level, Room 3
Date:
Monday, April 30, 2017
Time:
2:00 – 4:00 p.m.
Cost:
No cost to participate.
Registration Required
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AGENDA

2:00 pm

Registration and Refreshments

 

2:05 pm

Welcome and Introductions

Brian Brisson
Minister Counselor for Commercial Affairs

U.S. Embassy Mexico City

2:10 pm

A New Relationship Blooms:

The Importance of Energy Relationships between the U.S. and Mexico

Erin Walsh
Assistant Secretary

U.S. Commercial Service

2:40 pm

Mexican Petroleum Institute: The Change has Happened: New Players, New Partners

Dr. Ernesto Rios
Director General

Mexican Petroleum Institute

3:05 pm

Sierra Oil & Gas: How Outside Oil Companies are now Operating in Mexico

Read Taylor
Executive Director of Upstream
Sierra Oil & Gas

3:25 pm

Murphy Oil: The New State of Supply Chains in Mexico from a Company Perspective

Gabriel Gomez
Country Manager-Mexico
Murphy Oil

3:45 -4 pm

Panel Q&A
Adjourn

Companies free to network

This Seminar is Generously Sponsored by: ABS

ABS delivers classification services, technology leadership, and trusted technical advice for marine and offshore industries

Registration is open to U.S. companies only.

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