The upstream sector in Mexico has gone through a lot of changes in the past 5 years: a constitutional reform that has enabled the privatization of 100+ oilfields, a price crisis that has left the local supply chain worn out and a political change that still must yield its new orientations. All these structural changes make the Mexican oil patch very hard to read for outsiders.
About this course
This course provides a comprehensive update of all the changes that have happened in the Mexican upstream sector, covering a wide range of topics such as the new players, the new rules, the new plays and the challenges faced by the pioneers of the Reform. It also provides a deep dive into the Mexican business culture and its differences with the American one, enabling its students to enhance their overall approach to Mexico as a business opportunity.
Who should attend
Suitable for directors, managers, engineers, sales professionals, business development personnel and anyone involved in the Mexican energy market.
Timings: 08:00 - 16:00
Location: EIC Houston (view on map)
Dietary: Lunch and refreshments will be provided throughout the day, please let us know of any special dietary requirements prior to the course date, as these will have to be prearranged.
Upon completion the attendee will have a thorough understanding of:
• The current situation of the Mexican upstream sector
• The changes to expect for 2019
• The challenges faced by the pioneers (technical, economic, social).
• The differences in the Mexican business culture