7th Mexico Infrastructure Projects Forum -
Energy, hydrocarbons, transportation & logistics in focus

Register before November 30, 2021 and save US$600 off the standard rate.  Space is limited. 
Health and safety protocols will be followed.

The 7th Mexico Infrastructure Projects Forum is a unique energy infrastructure conference is designed to provide high-level executives from various industries with access to key decision makers. Fields of interest include the evolving natural gas market and related infrastructure, power generation projects, engineering services, electricity, construction, transportation and logistics, fuel storage, renewable power, transmission, and other energy investments.  The forum connects attendees with international speakers from the private and public sector, including multi-lateral development banks and project sponsors from Mexico, Texas and the United States.

Mexico is one of the most progressive countries in the world regarding trade. Moreover, Mexico opened its doors to foreign investment when it reformed its constitution to enhance its energy/hydrocarbons sector in 2014. To maintain its competitive advantage on the supply chain, Mexico has prioritized transportation infrastructure creating a robust logistics network. This approach addresses both the benefits of a healthy manufacturing economy and continuance of prosperity in its industrial sector.

What are the best investment opportunities in Mexico regarding Infrastructure, Energy, Renewables, Hydrocarbons, Transportation and Logistics?

Find out by attending the 7th Mexico Infrastructure Projects Forum, a two-day infrastructure event in Monterrey, México on January 19-20, 2022  This exclusive forum offers a unique mix of in-depth critical panel discussions, project presentations, networking opportunities, and informal interactive session capability.  All issues revolve around Mexico´s infrastructure, energy, hydrocarbons, and transportation opportunities.

Forum participants will engage with project developers, C-level executives, public officials, and support leaders to explore immediate business opportunities for their companies. This unique concept makes the 7th Mexico Infrastructure Projects Forum one of the "can't miss" events in Mexico and Texas for 2021-2022.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Why Monterrey?

 

Our roots for the event have been developed every year in Monterrey.  Mexico recognizes Monterrey as its industrial hub, making it an ideal location for the 7th Mexico Infrastructure Projects Forum. With a favorable business climate, a central location, a thriving economy and skilled workforce, the city is perfectly positioned. Additionally, Monterrey boasts the headquarters of half of Mexico's leading corporations coupling an excellent trade alliance with Texas and the US. The city is prime for long-term sustainable growth as foreign and domestic companies continue to establish their base of operations for Northern Mexico there. 

Attendees will gain valuable industry insight, learn about new projects while developing strategic relationships necessary to ensure their companies’ future in the Mexican market.

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Check out the below video highlights from last year's Virtual 6th Mexico Infrastructure Projects Forum Monterrey 2020

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Sponsors:
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