Local Content in Mexico - From the Energy Conference Network

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This event ran February 23, 2017 and has now finished.

Local Content in Mexico 
February 23, 2017 – The Houstonian, Houston, TX


ProMéxico, ISM Houston and the Energy Conference Network are pleased to present a Leaders Lunch focused on education, discussion and debate on the local content regulations in Mexico.

Attendees will receive practical information to prepare for and implement their local content compliance and development strategies.

Held at the prestigious Houstonian, the event will be an ideal opportunity to position your company for the opening up of the exciting Mexican energy sector.

The structure of the lunch will be:

11:30 am   –   Registration, meet and greet

11:40 am   –   Keynote presentation – Hector Marquez Solís

12:00 pm   –   Lunch

12:40 pm   –   Facilitated peer to peer discussion and Q&A

1:00 pm     –   Event close

This is an exclusive invite-only event. If you would like to attend, please email: symon.rubens@energyconferencenetwork.com

Presenter

Héctor Márquez Solís, Head of the Unit of Local Content and Supply Chain Development for the Energy Industry, Ministry of Economy

Hector Marquez is currently Head of the Energy Unit of the Mexican Ministry of Economy. He is responsible for the development of the methodology of local content by the SE and for the design of policies to promote the value chains and investment on the energy sector.

He served as the Mexican Ministry’s Trade Representative in USA, a position that enabled him to participate in the organization of the teams working in the negotiation with the U.S. government, Congress and the private sector on the solution of all the investment and trade issues that the Mexican and American companies were facing.

In the Ministry of Economy, he served as Head of Trade Agreements from 1990 to 2002, initially as a member of the negotiating team of NAFTA and then later in charge or its implementation, coordinating with the different areas of the public and private sectors. He holds a B.A. in economics from the Autonomous University of Nuevo Leon and a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Rochester in the USA. In the academic environment, he has been a full time lecturer at the Autonomous University of Nuevo Leon and has participated as a speaker at national and international conferences.

 

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