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Event Details

Mexico Oil & Gas Market Briefing

Date:
30.08.2017
Time:
9:30 - 12:00
Venue:
NOF Energy Office, DH1 1TH
Tickets:
  • Non-Member Delegate — £104.00 (exc. VAT)
  • Member Delegate — £52.00 (exc. VAT)

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NOF Energy and the Department for International Trade (DIT)  are pleased to invite you to attend a market briefing focussing on the Oil & Gas market of in Mexico.

Hear from DIT's commercial leads for Oil & Gas in Mexico, Mariana Garay and Chris Wall, Business Specialists in Oil & Gas and Engineering. Mariana and Chris will both give an update on Energy Reform and further information about operations which have won blocs in recent bidding rounds.

Interested in being a supplier?

With continuing interest in Mexico's Oil & Gas industry, a number of Mexican EPC Companies are looking for potential suppliers in the UK. Attending this briefing will give you an exclusive insight into  becoming part of the supply chain.

Programme:

09:30 Delegate registration opens, tea, coffee and brunch available upon arrival

10:00 NOF Energy Welcome

10:05 Introductions

10:15 Presentation by Department for International Trade

11:00 Q&A

11:20 Networking

12:00 Close

Got a Question? Contact:

Philippa Smith, Events Coordinator psmith@nofenergy.co.uk, Sophie Palleschi, Lead Events Coordinator spalleschi@nofenergy.co.uk or call 0191 384 6464 and ask for the Events Team.

 

We look forward to seeing you at the event!

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