La nueva realidad Argentina, los nuevos precios del combustible que impactan el negocio eléctrico, los cambios en el entorno financiero global, y la presión global por disminuir las emisiones de carbono, son algunas de las razones las cuales nos lleva a realizar esta sexta versión de la cumbre con sede en Chile para este 2016.
Mexico is adapting to the new global financial situation in order to carry on with its National Infrastructure Plan (PNI, by its Spanish acronym), counting on an increased private participation in terms of financing and different forms of PPP. An investment boom in facilities producing vehicles, aerospace components, and general manufacturing is putting a lot of pressure on the quality of Mexican infrastructure.
BNamericas 4th Mexico Energy Summit es una cumbre de negocios donde se reúnen los principales actores del sector, incluyendo autoridades gubernamentales y reguladores, operadores, proveedores y financistas. La reforma energética mexicana está provocando profundos cambios en el sector, abriendo el espacio a una creciente participación privada en distintos niveles del negocio, desde la generación al transporte, almacenamiento y comercialización de gas natural. En los próximos años se instalarán 55.000 MW de capacidad de generación, a lo que se suman grandes proyectos de modernización y refuerzo del sistema de transmisión. Es un momento clave para ponerse al día sobre quién, cómo y dónde se realizarán las inversiones necesarias.
BNamericas’ 4th Mexico Telecom Summit will focus on analyzing the major changes taking place in the telecommunications sector in Mexico and the opportunities open to the entire ecosystem of companies that move around it, from niche operators to providers of goods & services and technological solutions.
A wave of new infrastructure projects is being launched in several of the region’s countries. This push is underpinned by the governments’ need to implement countercyclical strategies to face an economic slowdown, with special emphasis on infrastructure projects as drivers of economic activity and employment. Additionally, the increasing air transport demand is putting pressure on existing infrastructure, while the region’s ports need to become more competitive in light of the Panama Canal expansion project.
Despite progress achieved in recent years in electric power generation, the need in Latin America to expand generation capacity and achieve more balanced energy matrixes is great. Mexico alone requires 55,000MW in the next 10 years, while the latest report from Brazilian federal energy planning company EPE recommends installing an additional 63,000MW until 2023.
La minería es una de las principales actividades económicas en América Latina. Las grandes mineras del mundo tienen operaciones en la región y cuentan con proyectos por decenas de miles de dólares para los próximos años. Tras años de altos precios e inflación de costos, la industria está ahora bajo una gran presión para aumentar su eficiencia y productividad, lo que requiere la búsqueda de innovaciones y la aplicación de tecnología de punta a sus procesos. Temas como la escasez y el alto costo de la energía y el agua están en el centro del debate, así como la necesidad de continuar minimizando el impacto de las operaciones mineras en el medio ambiente en que se desarrolla.
Mexico has become one of the favorite destinations for investment in global mining exploration in recent years and has attracted major international mining companies such as Goldcorp, Coeur Mining and Pan American. It is also home to two major players in the industry – Grupo Mexico / Southern Copper (copper) and Fresnillo / Peñoles group (precious metals, zinc and chemicals).
Tras dos exitosas ediciones del Mexico Energy Summit, para el 2015 hemos decidido separar esta Cumbre en dos: el Mexico Oil & Gas Summit y el Mexico Electric Power Summit. Esta separación obedece a la fuerte dinámica que presenta el mercado energético mexicano a raíz de la aprobación de la Reforma Energética y sus leyes secundarias.
BNamericas’ 3rd MEXICO OIL & GAS SUMMIT AND LEADERSHIP FORUM 2015 will be a unique opportunity to glimpse into the new future of Mexico’s hydrocarbons sector and learn how leading industry players foresee the development of its oil and gas resources. This is a market in which Pemex, until now the only actor, will have to compete with major global oil players and embrace the challenge of boosting competitiveness to position itself as one of the world's oil majors. Important local players are emerging to stand by Pemex’s side in driving the transformation of the country’s industry.
The summit will bring together the main actors of Mexico’s infrastructure sector, including local and international operators, regulators, government officials, financial institutions and investors from the public and private sectors, as well as product and service vendors.
In the race to compete in a post-Panama Canal expansion world, the Latin American port sector is evolving through a new generation of ships and technological advancements to make sea freight more efficient. Along with new bioceanic interconnection projects, billions of dollars are being invested to expand port capacity, with Mexico, Brazil and Chile playing a key role.
The third telecommunications Summit to be held in Mexico will provide detailed information about the changes taking place in the telecommunications industry in the country after the reform of 2013.
For the 11th consecutive year the Southern Cone Energy Summit will bring together the principal industry players to discuss advancements in the hydrocarbon sector in Peru, the urgent challenges of power generation in Chile, shale oil and gas fever in Argentina and investment plans in gas transmission infrastructure and power transmission in the Latin American Southern Cone.
The 5th South America Infrastructure Summit will analyze new public-private partnership projects (PPPs), new infrastructure projects that promote regional integration and competitiveness of countries, new technologies and financing challenges in the industry.
BNamericas events has the pleasure to present its second Mexico Mining Summit. At this event, important industry players will analyze the major ongoing silver, gold and copper projects; financing options; the role of capital markets; developments in the mining law and their consequences; the future of juniors; as well as the social, environmental and security challenges in Mexico’s mining industry.
Latin America has become one of the main drivers of the global petroleum industry due to its deep-water reserves and non-conventional hydrocarbon projects, as well as the multi-million-dollar investments in their development.
The 4th version of the LatAm Power Generation Summit will focused on the sizeable urgents need for electric power generation in the region, as well as the main challenges faced by the industry and the business opportunities that arise.
This new version of the Andean Energy Summit will focus on trends in the hydrocarbon and electricity industries in the Andean region and Central America, as the development of offshore exploration in Colombia, Ecuador’s new oil drive, the Central American Regional Electricity Market and advances in continental interconnection of transmission networks.
After months of anticipation, Mexico’s congress brought forward a bill on December 7 and passed it within six days. The legislation brings unprecedented openness to both the oil and gas and electric power sectors. In oil, the Mexican state will be allowed to contract with private companies across the value chain, including production sharing and licensing agreements in E&P. National oil company Pemex is being transformed into a "productive public enterprise," whose first goal will be maximizing profit. In electric power, a competitive generation market will be created and administered by an ISO called Cenace.
With the upcoming inauguration of the Panama Canal expansion as a backdrop, the LatAm Ports & Logistics Summit will focus on the changes taking...
Mexico’s infrastructure program calls for public and private investments to tune of US$46 billion which not include the investment needed to build a new airport for Mexico City. One of the main goals of the program, according to President Enrique Peña Nieto, is to have boast four world-class ports in Mexico. The program emphasizes the need of promoting rail transport, both freight and passengers. Mexico’s government also announced an investment of nearly US$ 8 billion in water projects to be executed.