Foreign Affairs LIVE: Mexico’s Energy Future is a full-day, multi-faceted examination of Mexico’s overhaul of its energy policy featuring high-ranking viewpoints on investment, ecological impact, and the energy legacy of the Peña Nieto administration. Panel discussions will explore the first steps toward the implementation of the reform, and evaluate the outcome of Round Zero and Round One as well as prospects for Round Two. Opportunities and challenges will be highlighted in the fields of oil & gas exploration, refining, and logistics, with special attention to deep water and shale. The forum will explore the future of the power sector and the potential for renewables, project finance instruments and the role of PPPs.
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