2017 Mexico Energy Forum

  • JW Marriott Mexico City
  • Mexico City, Mexico
Mexico’s energy sector is rapidly evolving. Wood Mackenzie's experts will present an integrated view of the entire value chain and how Mexico's energy reform has progressed. Our latest insights and analysis highlight key trends and potential risks that will benefit any company investing in Mexico. Join us for an exclusive opportunity to hear our latest thinking.


  • 18 October 2017

    • Registro y café

    • Palabras de bienvenida

    • Volatilidad del mercado petrolero y riesgos a nuestro pronostico de corto plazo


      • Ixchel joined Wood Mackenzie in December 2012 and is the Senior Analyst for Latin American Refining & Oil Product Markets. Ixchel has an extensive knowledge in the region having worked in oil and refined products analysis for Pemex, electricity projects in South America for the World Bank and macro energy analysis for Wood Mac Houston. Prior to joining the Mexico city office Ixchel has also worked for the London team covering gas and power in Southern Europe and European Energy Policy. Ixchel holds an MPA in International Energy Policy from Columbia University and a BSc (Hons) in Economics and Political Sciences from the Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México.

    • Upstream: La evolución del entorno corporativo en el sector de Exploración y Producción Mexicano


      • Pablo joined Wood Mackenzie in 2012 as part of the Latin America Upstream Research team. Pablo focuses mostly on Mexico, Argentina and Brazil. Within his role, Pablo is responsible for valuing upstream assets in the region as well as following the energy markets, fiscal regimes and developments in the region. He has presented about the Mexican Energy Reform to numerous audiences and frequently shares his views with the international media, including writing for Wood Mackenzie’s Forbes blog. Pablo is a member of COMEXI, the Mexican Council on Foreign Relations. He is also part of the Energy Workgroup within COMEXI. The group published the report “Mexico and the Energy Revolution”, which was quoted in President Peña Nieto’s energy reform proposal. He is also a member of the University of Southern California’s US-Mexico Network, the Atlantic Dialogues Emerging Leaders Program, the Argentina Institute of O&G and the Gas Mexico Forum Technical Committee. Pablo holds an Economics degree (BA) from the University of Texas – Austin.

    • Coffee break

    • No-Convencionales: Tendencias y aprendizajes del exitoso boom Norte Americano


      • R.T. has held various research and consulting roles within Wood Mackenzie. Currently, he contributes to the company’s detailed analysis of major upstream developments in North America. He also serves as a advisor for the company’s Macro Oils (Oil Price Outlook) service. In prior roles, he led a U.S. upstream research team and was an upstream consultant. Mr. Dukes still contributes to Woodmac’s consulting practice and has participated in projects that account for billions in upstream transactions. He has led and been involved in projects ranging from asset opportunity screenings, third-party valuations, due diligence, and strategic reviews. He is regularly interviewed and quoted by major news outlets – Chron, WSJ, FT, Bloomberg, etc. Prior to Wood Mackenzie, R.T. led a company investing in oil and gas working interests and royalties. Mr. Dukes graduated Cum Laude from Texas A&M University with a bachelors degree in accounting and a masters degree in finance. He currently serves on the Former Student Advisory Board for the Professional Program in Accounting.

    • La apuesta en México: La incertidumbre en invertir en activos de gas natural y energía eléctrica


      • Eleonor joined Wood Mackenzie in 2011 and focuses on delivering consultancy engagements in Latin America. She has been involved in helping clients developing strategies around their supply portfolio, as well as in M&A support and Government negotiation. Eleonor also worked with investors to help them understand the value of flexibility in midstream assets. Eleonor joined from Arthur D. Little, where she worked as a Consultant on a range of projects in the energy industry including evaluate the changes in contract price for Gas Litigation, determining a strategy and course of action to utilise a tank storage for trading clean products, analysing the UK gas market and generated a comprehensive view on the current and future capacity needs of market players with regard to gas transmission, transit and storage. Eleonor holds a First Class Masters degree in Chemical Engineering from Imperial College, London where she received the Shell award for her final year project at Shell Global Solutions. She spent her third year at Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, where she was on the Dean’s List. She speaks fluent French and Spanish

    • Networking


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