Mexico Electric Power Market Conference 2019
Our 4th annual conference on the Mexico Electric Power Market
Online registration is now closed
Registration will be available on-site
at on-site registration rates
June 6, 2019
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Hyatt Regency Mexico City
Campos Eliseos No. 204 Polanco Chapultepec
Mexico City, Mexico, 11560
Cocktail Reception for all Attendees following the Conference
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About This Conference
GCPA is devoted to providing education and networking activities for electric power professionals in markets along the Gulf Coast, including Mexico, ERCOT and MISO South. GCPA is excited to now have a monthly meeting in Mexico City and we return this year to Mexico City for a full day conference.
This conference was planned by a committee of subject matter experts currently working in Mexico. They brought a wealth of knowledge and business contacts to the table and generously volunteered their time to assemble this terrific agenda. GCPA is grateful for their contributions, and you as conference attendees will benefit from their efforts.
What would a GCPA event be without networking? You will have the opportunity to meet and interact with many of your peers in the electric power and industrial sector throughout the day. In addition, please plan on staying for the reception immediately following the last conference session. Mix and mingle, establish new contacts, re-connect with former contacts, and make post-event dinner plans to continue the conversations. What a terrific way to increase your networking opportunities.
GCPA is firmly committed to the Mexican market and look forward to this conference and future events. We hope that many of you will consider joining GCPA as corporate or individual members and will volunteer to assist us in planning future events.
Executive Director, Gulf Coast Power Association
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INTERESTED IN A SPONSORSHIP? Sponsorship packages are available starting at only $2500 for Gold Level. Plus our packages include FREE CONFERENCE REGISTRATIONS! To learn more about sponsorships, please review our Sponsor Brochure and contact Mary Armstrong, Director of Member Services & Marketing, at 1.281.460.3054 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
VENUE, HOTEL ROOM & PARKING INFORMATION
Venue: The conference will be held in Regency Ballroom A at the Hyatt Regency Mexico City located at Campos Eliseos No. 204 Polanco Chapultepec in Mexico City. Visit the HOTEL WEBSITE here.
Hotel Rooms: GCPA has a room block at the Hyatt Regency with a limited number of rooms available for the nights of 6/5 and 6/6. The single or double occupancy rate is $239 USD per night. You can make your reservation by using THIS LINK. You can also call +(52 55) 5083 1234 and use group code G-HM33. The room block expiration is May 15th. You are encouraged to make your room reservation early - the room block may sell out before this expiration date.
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AGENDA - THURSDAY, JUNE 6th
Continental Breakfast Available
8:00 AM REGISTRATION
8:55 AM CONFERENCE INTRODUCTION
, Executive Director, GCPA
9:00 AM KEYNOTE ADDRESS
Rocio Nahle, Secretary of Energy, SENER
9:30 AM KEYNOTE ADDRESS
Manuel Bartlett, Director General, CFE (invited)
10:00 AM A CONVERSATION WITH...
Ing. Alfonso Morcos Flores, Director General, CENACE
10:30 AM NETWORKING BREAK
11:00 AM Panel I - The Wholesale Electricity Market
In this panel, market participants and experts will share their perspectives on what to expect from the wholesale electricity market in the short and medium term, given new policy priorities and the projections of demand growth. The wholesale electricity market has been developing over the last three years and is now overcoming its start-up phase. Panelists will discuss its current state, future market developments, milestones, and popular structured products that are observed, as well as challenges and opportunities for the bilateral and retail markets.
Session Moderator: Rebecca Bollenbach, Partner, Essentia Advisory Partners LLC
Alejandro Blanco-Moreno, Co-Founder, TradeOn Energy
Roger González, Vice President, Cemex; Director, Cemex Energía; President, Energy Committee, Business Coordinating Council
Juan Guichard, CEO, Ammper
Yosfat Coca Heurta, Deputy General Director, Fenix Suministradora
12:15 PM Panel II - Investment Changes in a Changing Environment
Generation and transmission expansion outlook in México is evolving while cost-effective alternatives to the traditional investments have emerged. The panel will discuss the state of the grid infrastructure along with how batteries and non-wire technologies can be part of the mix for México’s growing power needs.
Session Moderator: Bill Bojorquez, Senior Vice President, Hunt Energy Solutions
Eduardo Andrade, General Director, Burns & McDonnell
Emmanuel Gomez, Leader of Market Intelligence & New Business, CFE
Michael Longoria, Director of Customer Solutions, Smart Wires, Inc.
Tania Ortiz Mena, Chief Executive Officer, IEnova
1:45 PM LUNCHEON & KEYNOTE
Guillermo Garcia Alcocer, President, CRE
3:00 PM Panel III - Policy and Politics in the Mexican Electricity Sector
This panel will offer a critical analysis of the main features of the electricity policies sketched out in the National Development Plan of the AMLO administration, and how they might affect stakeholders’ expectations and investment appetite. It will also include an open and vibrant discussion about the reshaped institutional roles of SENER, CRE, CENACE and CFE, in the new political landscape.
Session Moderator: Cesar Reyes, Partner, Zumma Energy Consulting
Andrea Calo, Director, Market Intelligence-Mexico, Customized Energy Solutions
Francisco X. Salazar, Founding Partner, Enix, S.C.
Antonio Noyola, Chief Development Officer, Avant Energy
Jeff Pavlovic, Partner, Bravos Energía
4:15 PM NETWORKING BREAK
4:45 PM Panel IV - Policy Perspective: Making Sense of it All Under a New Administration
This panel will: first, provide a brief recap of the comments heard earlier in the day in the context of the new government administration and its policy perspectives; second, list the issues of importance and what should we expect as (a) investors who have already invested in the energy sector in Mexico and (b) investors who are contemplating new investments in the energy sector in Mexico; third, discuss how those issues will/could evolve under the new Mexican energy policy prerogatives; finally, list the key issues that need to be resolved in order for investors to increase their investment in the energy sector in Mexico.
Session Moderator: Phil Lookado, Partner, Haynes & Boone, LLP
Severo Lopez, Partner, Galo Energy Consulting
Jonathan Pinzon, Director, Regulatory Affairs, Invenergy
Maria Jose Trevino, Country Manager, Acclaim Energy Advisors
6:00 - 7:00 PM COCKTAIL RECEPTION
||Early Bird Registration
5/14/2019 - 6/03/2019
|Govt. Agency Employees
• Discounted early bird pricing is available for: 1) all GCPA Members and Non-Members through May 13; and 2) all Government and State employees through June 3.
• On-Line Registration closes on Monday, June 3 at 5:00 PM CST.
• IMPORTANT: All online registrations should be paid by credit card at the time of registration. Please note that any unpaid registrations will be considered unconfirmed reservations and will be cancelled if not paid by Monday, June 3rd. If your registration is cancelled due to non-payment, you are still welcome to register onsite on June 6th at the onsite registration rate shown in the above table.
• Onsite Registration at the Hyatt Regency opens at 8:00 AM on June 6.
• Requests for refunds must be received by 5:00 PM on May 20th. A 10% processing fee (USD) will be deducted from all refunds.
THANKS TO OUR PLANNING TEAM
Chair: Peter Nance, Que Advisors
Rebecca Bollenbach, Essentia Advisory Partners
Bill Bojorquez, Hunt Transmission Services
Andrea Calo, Customized Energy Solutions
Ruth Guevara, Zumma Energy Consulting
Phil Lookadoo, Haynes & Boone
Severo López Mestre Arana, Galo Energy Consulting
Jose Maria Lujambio, Cacheaux, Cavazos & Newton
Shailesh Mishra, Power Costs Inc.
Antonio Noyola, Avant Energy
Jonathan Pinzon, Invenergy
Cesar Reyes, Zumma Energy Consulting
Rodolfo Rueda Ballesteros, Iberdrola Generación México
Maria Jose Trevino, Acclaim Energy Advisors