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Texas and Mexico’s Oil and Gas Industry gather virtually for the 6th Mexico Gas Summit on September 8-10, 2020

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To learn about the evolving oil and gas industry landscape in Mexico, business executives can participate in the upcoming the 6th MEXICO GAS SUMMIT 2020 (www.mexicogassummit.com) which will take place virtually this year from San Antonio, Texas on September 8,9 and 10.

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Texas Border Business

Mexico’s upstream oil and gas regulator Comisión Nacional de Hidrocarburos (CNH) recently approved a series of exploration and appraisal plans submitted by private sector firms and state oil company Petróleos Mexicanos (Pemex) including drilling an onshore exploration well by Servicios Múltiples de Burgos SA de CV (SMB) at the Misión block in Nuevo León and Tamaulipas states. 

To learn about the evolving oil and gas industry landscape in Mexico, business executives can participate in the upcoming the 6th MEXICO GAS SUMMIT 2020 (www.mexicogassummit.com) which will take place virtually this year from San Antonio, Texas on September 8,9 and 10.

This year’s e event will cover:

  • Gulf Coast onshore exploration and production
  • Energy logistics and transportation, USMCA
  • Natural gas commercialization and related infrastructure
  • The refined fuels market, gas liquids and US exports

This conference is a full-scale digital event that offers visibility to sponsors, matchmaking opportunities and the same best in class speaker line up as always!

Those interested in registering for the event, can use the promotion code (TBB) to receive a 10% discount.  To visit the registration page, click here.


Some of the CONFIRMED SPEAKERS for this year include:

  • Elvira Daniel Kabbaz Zaga, Directora General, CENAGAS
  • Ruth R. Hughs, Secretary of State, State of Texas
  • Dr. Héctor Moreira, Commissioner – CNH Comisión Nacional de Hidrocarburos de Mexico
  • Sean Strawbridge, CEO, Port of Corpus Christi
  • Luis Vazquez Senties, Chairman of the Board of Directors, Group Diavaz
  • Warren Levy, CEO, Jaguar – Exploración y Producción
  • José Friedrich García Mallitz, Sub Secretary of Promotion and Attraction of Investments State of Tabasco, Mexico
  • Rocio Cardenas, Sr. Director of Development, IEnova
  • Raul Carral, VP Business Development Mexico, Wartsila
  • Antioneta Gomez, General Director, Energy Commission State of Tamaulipas
  • Cesar Castro, Head Trader, Mes Gas Supply
  • Ricardo Ferreiro, Country Manager Mexico, Tecpetrol
  • James Reddinger, President & CEO, Stabilis Energy
  • Paula Swain, Managing Director – Downstream Energy, Export-Import Bank of the United States
  • Duncan Wood, Director, Mexico Institute – Woodrow Wilson International Center
  • Gustavo Fausto Ortega, General Director of Energy, Grupo Mexico
  • Dr. Miguel Santiago Reyes, Director General, CFEnergia
  • Guillermo Ortiz, Director Project Finance, MUFG Union Bank
  • Shawn Grau, Vice President Natural Gas Liquids, EPIC Midstream
  • Cesar Cadena Cadena, President, Grupo Energeticos, ENERGEX
  • Fernando Alonso, Director of Government Affairs, FERMACA
  • Brian Lloyd, Regional VP External Affairs, Sempra Energy
  • Yann Kirsch, Chief Operating Officer & BD, Perseus Energy
  • Mayra Balcazar, Head of Energy Finance, Citibanamex
  • Ron Vogel, VP Marketing, BP Energy
  • Santiago Garcia, CEO, Santa Fe Gas
  • Christhian Perez, Managing Director, VOPAK Mexico
  • Sarah Bairstow, Chief Commercial Officer, Mexico Pacific Limited
  • Dr. Rogelio Montemayor, President, Coahuila Energy Cluster
  • Norma Rodriguez, Procurement & Energy Manager, FRISA Forjados
  • Oscar del Cueto, President, Kansas City Southern Mexico
  • Carlos Morales Gil, CEO, Petrobal
  • Geoff Street, Director, Marketing, Tenaska Marketing Ventures
  • Alejandro Doria, President, Bulkmatic Mexico
  • Francisco Xavier Salazar Diez de Sollano, Partner, ENIX
  • Celeste Rebora, External Affairs Director, Grupo Valoran
  • Alejandro Padilla, Executive Director of Economic Research and Strategy, Grupo Financiero BANORTE
  • Montserrat Ramiro, Global Fellow, Wilson Center Global Fellow
  • Jorge Piñón, Director, Institutional Relations-Mexico, University of Texas at Austin
  • Alfonso Martin, Director of Commodities Latam Business Development, Bank of America Merrill Lynch
  • David Madero, Energy Solutions Director, Acclaim Energy México
  • Josefa Casas, General Director, DOXIA
  • Christopher Lenton, Senior Editor Mexico and Latin America, Natural Gas Intelligence – NGI
  • James Fowler, Editor of Mexico Energy Report – ICIS
  • Rajan Vig,, Founder, Indimex & Chief Advisor, Western Power Trading Forum
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And more!

Some of the participating organization for this years event include: Comision Nacional de Hidrocarburos – CNH, CENAGAS, BP Energy, Port of Corpus Christi, Montserrado, Wartsila, Braskem, CCN, Grupo Clisa, ENGIE, Cydsa, Howard Energy Partners, Grupo Diavaz, Tecpetrol, State of Tabasco, Energy Comission – Tamaulipas, ING, PetroBal, JM & RAL Energy, Alfa Corporativo, Tonalli Energía, TC Energy, Zenith Energy Trading, Rio Grande E&P, Santa Fe Gas, Grupo Energéticos – ENERGEX, GIGO Transport, Ryder, Andalusian Energy, Mex Gas Supply, Sempra Energy, Grupo Industrial Saltillo, FERMACA, Acclaim Energy México, Texas Secretary of State, BNP Paribas México, Bulkmatic de Mexico, CFEnergía, Clúster Energía Coahuila, Consulado General de México en San Antonio, DOXIA, ENIX, Bank of America, Export-Import Bank of the United States, FRISA Forjados, Grupo Valoran, ICIS, Ienova, Grupo Mexico, Jaguar – Exploración y Producción, Mexico Institute – Woodrow Wilson International Center, Mexico Pacific Limited, Natural Gas Intelligence – NGI, PetroBal, Tenaska Marketing Ventures, Terminal de LNG de Altamira, SICK, The University of Texas at Austin, Vopak Mexico, Enbridge, Stabilis Energy, EPIC Midstream, Indimex, Northland Power, Aztec Well, Gas Liquids Engineering, Arctic Securities, Crestwood Energy, Walworth, Kansas City Southern Mexico, Buhlmann México, Balam Energy, OGR Tech, OCA GLOBAL, CAECH, Shell Energy North America, ABB Power Grids Mexico, Enagas, Marcos y Asociados, Center for US-Mexican Studies UCSD, Morgan Stanley, Government of Alberta, Sanchez Devanny Eseverri, Servicios Igasamex, Acimsa, Baja Gas and Oil, Red Energía, IPD Latin America, Sempra LNG, SAGA, Naviera Integral, MUFG Union Bank, Haynes and Boone, S&P Global, Trinity Rail de Mexico, Jones Day Mexico


Industry Exchange will host the event on one of the industry’s leading event platforms that provides all delegates with an engaging conference experience. It’s highly recommended that, prior to the event, participants test your microphone and webcam as it will allow for a more personal participation. Virtual participation benefits include:

  • NETWORKING – Meet with experts, potential clients and strategic partners. Communicate privately with fellow delegates and speakers via the proprietary messaging system or set up a video call.
  • INTERACTIVE SESSIONS – Attend live panel discussions on topics related to Mexico’s oil and gas industry and ask questions.
  • BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES – Develop new relationships through 1:1 matchmaking using our video conference platform available to all delegates


Industry Exchange is a niche focused industry events and media company. With extended roots into Latin America, the company drives awareness of market opportunities and the complex issues that revolve around them. Participating industry experts, investors, government officials, and C level executives exchange relevant information on projects, discuss their plans for the future, and build long term strategic relationships.

For more information, visit the company’s website, www.mexicogassummit.com, or email info@mexicogassummit.com.

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