The energy industry will discuss its future in Mexico and the world

The energy industry will have a space for debate and dialogue on new business in the exhibition and congress Energy Mexico Oil Power, which will hold its fourth edition from January 29 to 31 in Mexico City, a forum in which 21 topics will be analyzed as the supply of fuels.

The Energy Mexico Oil Power forum will be held from January 29 to 31; will talk about fuel supply and renewable energy.
The Energy Mexico Oil Power forum will be held from January 29 to 31; will talk about fuel supply and renewable energy.

The exhibition will address the development of suppliers in Mexico for the energy sector and the future of the most important energy companies for the country, which are Petróleos (Pemex) and the Federal Electricity Commission (CFE).

The general director of the company Tarsus Mexico, José Navarro, one of the organizers of the forum, stressed that in this meeting will come together the drivers of the energy agenda in the country and in the world, as well as international representatives of the value chain .

"Energy Mexico seeks to contribute to the development of the parallel industries of goods and services of the energy sector, through a meeting that generates opportunities to exchange business ideas with the main decision makers of the industry, in addition to allowing the exchange of technology experiences , services and products ", assured the business promoter.

In a press conference, José Navarro said that this international forum brings together all sectors of industry: oil, gas, electricity and renewable energy, so it is a showcase for the supply.

"We are sure that next week attendees will have the best update to face the challenges of the current market, in addition to knowing the most relevant changes in the sector and the course of the national and international agenda. They will also take advantage of commercial opportunities, "said José Navarro.

At the inauguration will be the head of the Secretary of Energy (Sener), Rocío Nahle García; as well as Jesus Seade Kuri, undersecretary for North America of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (SRE) and negotiator of the Treaty between Mexico, the United States and Canada, and former Secretary of Economy, Ildefonso Guajardo Villarreal, among other specialists.

via: Manufactura