Mexico Infrastructure Projects Forum -
Energy, hydrocarbons, transportation & logistics in focus
As part of a series of major reforms and initiatives, the Mexican government created the National Infrastructure Program (PNI) that outlines the major programs and projects intended for execution through 2018. The PNI is a comprehensive program that includes development projects within telecommunications, transportation, urban and rural development, energy, water, health, and tourism.
The government anticipates nearly USD $600 billion in infrastructure investment to occur in this period, from a mix of federal, local and private sources. Volatility in the global markets and decline in oil prices have presented the Mexican government with new challenges which are currently being addressed. New financial tools have been created to boost investments in energy and infrastructure and the role of public-private partnerships are more important than ever. The timing of this forum is of extreme relevance.
The Mexico Infrastructure Projects Forum is a two day infrastructure event in Monterrey, Mexico on January 18 and 19, 2017 that will bring together internationally recognized industry speakers, investors, government officials, and C level executives from the energy, finance, infrastructure, and transportation industries. The geographic scope for the event will cover Mexico as a region with a focus on the opportunities associated with Northern Mexico.
Recognized as the the industrial hub of Mexico, Monterrey is an ideal location for the forum. With a favorable business climate, the city includes the headquarters of half of Mexico's leading corporations and boasts a strong trade relationship with the United States. Monterrey is well positioned for sustainable long term growth as foreign and domestic companies increase their foot print and establish a base for operation in the north of the country.
Attendees will gain extremely valuable industry insight, learn about existing and new projects, as well as develop strategic relationships necessary to increase their probabilities of success in the Mexican market.
Simultaneous translation will be provided.