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Presented by the
Institute for Energy Law (IEL) of The Center for American and International Law
and the Mexican Associaton of Business Lawyers (ANADE)
4th IEL-ANADE Conference
The New Energy Legal Framework in Mexico: Lessons Learned and the Way Forward
4th
IEL-ANADE Conference
The New Energy Legal Framework
in Mexico: Lessons Learned and
the Way Forward
August 25-26, 2016
Marquis Reforma Hotel - Mexico
Mexico City • Mexico
Highlights Include
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Successes and Challenges of the Energy Reform So Far
Regulation of Import, Transportation, Storage, and Marketing of
Fuels
Developments in the Bidding Process Based on LessonsLearned
The Gas and Power Regulatory Agenda
The New Natural Gas Market: Participants’ Perspectives
Regulation of the Electricity Market in Texas and Mexico
The New Electricity Market: Participants’ Perspectives
Infrastructure and JVs in the Energy Sector
New Paradigms in Financing Energy Projects in Mexico
MCLE credit will be available
IEL is an Institute of
Register Now! cailaw.org/iel
4th IEL-ANADE Conference
SCHEDULE
Conference Co-Chairs
Lic. Nicolás Borda
Partner
Haynes and Boone, S.C.
Ciudad de México
Kenneth S. Culotta
Partner, King & Spalding LLP
Houston, Texas
August 25
The new Mexican energy legal framework is largely in place, and
implementation is underway. The four-part first upstream bid round is near
completion, the fuels market is open to competition, the gas and power
market rules are set and power auctions are ongoing.
This year’s program will explore the successes and challenges of the energy
reform thus far, the legal and practical issues of its implementation, and
upcoming opportunities in the upstream, midstream, downstream, electricity
and alternative energies, drawing upon the experience of the participants:
the lawyers, business people and government officials who are making the
Mexican energy reform a reality.
7:30
REGISTRATION AND LIGHT BREAKFAST
8:45
OPENING REMARKS
— Lic. Ricardo Cervantes, President of ANADE, Anade Colegio de
Abogados, A.C., México, D.F.
Gold Sponsor
— Jay E. Ray, Director of IEL, The Center for American and
International Law, Plano, Texas
Conference Co-Chairs:
— Lic. Nicolás Borda, Partner, Haynes and Boone, S.C., Chair of the
Energy Committee, ANADE, Ciudad de México
Silver Sponsors
— Kenneth S. Culotta, Partner, King & Spalding LLP, Houston, Texas
9:00
KEYNOTE: SUCCESSES AND CHALLENGES OF THE ENERGY
REFORM SO FAR
— Speaker to be announced
9:30
PANEL  UPSTREAM ROUND 1: THE PARTICIPANTS’ EXPERIENCE
Three of the four Round 1 bid rounds are complete, and the final
round is scheduled for end of 2016. With each round, the participants
have faced different challenges and learned important lessons.
This panel presents a comparative analysis by representatives of
government, majors, and independents.
Institutional Supporters
Moderator:
— Steven P. Otillar, Partner, Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP,
Houston, Texas
Panelists:
— Arq. Jorge De Dios Morales, CEO, Grupo Diarqco, S.A. de C.V.,
Villarhermosa, Tabasco, México
“Deeply informative conference
regarding issues pending
and what to watch for in the
developments. The panels pulled
together were 1st rate.”
— Lic. Juan Antonio Del Hoyo Huidobro, Director, Cotemar, S.A. de
C.V., Cd. Del Carmen, Campeche
— Ing. Carlos Morales Gil, CEO, PetroBal, S.A.P.I. de C.V., Ciudad de
México
— 2014 Participant
— Ash Shepherd, Commercial Manager - Mexico, Talos Energy LLC,
Houston, Texas
10:45
COFFEE BREAK
11:15
ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION: REGULATION OF IMPORT,
TRANSPORTATION, STORAGE, AND MARKETING OF FUELS
As the opening of fuel imports into Mexico by private entities was
moved forward to April 1st, 2016, and Pemex’s gas transportation and
3rd IEL-ANADE Conference
SCHEDULE
August 25
storage infrastructure is about to be offered through open seasons, great opportunities are envisaged for
companies throughout the fuel market value chain. This segment will explore the regulations that govern the fuel
market, as well as the challenges and opportunities that the private sector will face as this market is liberalized.
Moderator:
— Lic. Benjamín Torres-Barrón, Partner, Baker & McKenzie Abogados, S.C., Ciudad de México
Panelists:
— Lic. Dante Y. San Pedro Jacobo, Dacs, Ciudad de México
— Lic. Hans Valadez, Legal Representative, Gulf Energy, Ciudad de México
12:00 UPSTREAM ROUND 2: DEVELOPMENTS IN THE BIDDING PROCESS BASED ON LESSONS LEARNED IN ROUND 1
Round 1 has been a success partly because it was done through a series of carefully crafted licitaciones that
took into account government prerogatives and early industry input, and partly because all the parties used each
licitacion as a basis for further discussion. So each phase informed the next. How do the collective phases of Round
1 inform the government’s approach to Round 2? Two of the CNH’s leading executives will provide the current view.
Moderator:
— Lic. Manuel Cervantes, Partner, MCM Abogados, Ciudad de México
Panelists:
— Ing. Gaspar Franco Hernández, Commissioner, Comisión Nacional de Hidrocarburos (CNH), Ciudad de México
— Lic. Marco de la Peña Sánchez, General Counsel, Comisión Nacional de Hidrocarburos (CNH), Ciudad de México
1:00
LUNCHEON PRESENTATION: THE GAS AND POWER REGULATORY AGENDA
Introduction:
— Lic. Ricardo Cervantes, President of ANADE, Anade Colegio de Abogados, A.C., México, D.F.
Speaker:
— Lic. Guillermo García Alcocer, President, Comisión Reguladora de Energía (CRE), Ciudad de México
2:30 PANEL: THE NEW NATURAL GAS MARKET: PARTICIPANTS’ PERSPECTIVES
The natural gas provisions of the energy reform demonstrate a commitment by the government to open the
natural gas market to competition in a whole new way, transferring assets, capacity rights and market share from
incumbents to independent operators and market participants. How is this process proceeding, and what do
participants in the market have to say about this vast market transition?
Moderator:
— Kenneth S. Culotta, Partner, King & Spalding LLP, Houston, Texas
Panelists:
— Shelley Corman, Vice President Business Development, Howard Energy Partners, Houston, Texas
— Lic. Álvaro Enfraín Téllez Rangel, Founder Partner, Enix, Ciudad de México
— Lic. Carlos Rodríguez Sámano, General Counsel, Gas Natural Fenosa, Ciudad de México
3:45
COFFEE BREAK
4:15
ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION: REGULATION OF THE ELECTRICITY MARKET IN TEXAS AND MEXICO
No less than the gas market, the Mexico electricity market is being transformed by regulatory changes. And trade in
electricity between Texas and Mexico is growing. Our roundtable discusses the main regulatory provisions of each
jurisdiction and some of the issues that face Texas and Mexico as their energy markets become more integrated.
Moderator:
— Dr. César Alejandro Hernández Alva, Director of Analysis and Monitoring of Electricity Market, Secretaría de
Energía (SENER), Ciudad de México
Panelists:
— Dr. Rubén Flores, Advisor, Comisión Federal de Electricidad, Ciudad de México
— Ing. Erith Hernández Arreortúa, Deputy Director of Market Operation, Centro Nacional de Control de Energía
(CENACE), Ciudad de México
SCHEDULE
5:00
August 25-26
PANEL: THE NEW ELECTRICITY MARKET: PARTICIPANTS’ PERSPECTIVES
As the Mexico electricity market is unbundled, market participants offer their perspectives on what is working,
where the challenges remain and their approach to participation in the evolving market.
Moderator:
— Lic. Cynthia R. Bouchot Preciat, CEO, Energía CB, Deputy Chair, Energy Committee, Anade Colegio de
Abogados, A.C., México, D.F.
Panelists:
— Lic. Alejandro Fleming Kauffman, General Counsel, Iberdrola, Ciudad de México
— Mr. Israel Hurtado Acosta, President, Mexican Academy of Energy Law (AMDE), Secretary, Mexican Association of
Photovoltaic Solar Energy (ASOLMEX), México, D.F.
— Luke Marriott, Managing Director/Founder, Commodity Risk Solution, LLC, Denver, Colorado
— Dra. Diana Sasse, Sr. Counsel, Head of Energy, SolarCity, Ciudad de México
— Dr. Benigno Villarreal, CEO, Vive Energía, S.A.P.I de C.V., Ciudad de México
6:15
RECEPTION
FRIDAY, AUGUST 26
9:00
PANEL: INFRASTRUCTURE AND JOINT VENTURES IN THE ENERGY SECTOR
The energy industry worldwide is characterized by its huge capital requirements and, in the upstream, the outsize
risk of exploration. From the beginning, market participants have used joint ventures to mitigate investment cost
and risk. Many of these are contractual, governed by common law choice of law clauses. In Mexico’s energy sector,
JVs are a relatively new feature of the industry; our panelists will discuss how they are using joint ventures, and give
their observations on how Mexico is adapting to global contracting norms.
Moderator:
— Lic. Nicolás Borda, Partner, Haynes and Boone, S.C., Chair of the Energy Committee, ANADE, Ciudad de México
Panelists:
— Lic. Jorge E. Kim Villatoro, General Counsel, Petróleos Mexicanos (Pemex), Ciudad de México
— Lic. René Buentello Carbonell, VP and General Counsel, Infraestructura Energética Nova, S.A.B. de C.V.,
Ciudad de México
10:15
PANEL: NEW PARADIGMS IN FINANCING ENERGY PROJECTS IN MEXICO
Another common feature in midstream and downstream energy infrastructure projects is project finance. Our
panelists discuss the evolving features of Mexican energy project finance.
Moderator:
— Lic. Thomas Mueller Gastell, Partner, Ritch, Mueller, Heather y Nicolau, S.C., Ciudad de México
Panelists:
— Lic. Luis Ángel Arizaga, Founding Partner and CEO, EIRA Capital, Ciudad de México
— Royal Daniel, Managing Director Power, EIM Capital, Ciudad de México
— Lic. Alejandro de la Vega Solórzano, Head of Project Finance, Santander Global Banking & Markets, Ciudad de
México
— Ing. Enrique Nieto Ituarte, Director of Sustainable Projects, Nacional Financiera, SNC, Ciudad de México
11:30
COFFEE BREAK
12:00 PANEL: KEY ENVIRONMENTAL AND MARITIME ISSUES IN THE OFFSHORE OIL & GAS PROJECTS
With two offshore Round 1 phases completed, and Round 1.4 (deepwater blocks) approaching, companies need to
understand the Mexican legal provisions and issues that accompany offshore oil and gas activities.
SCHEDULE
August 26
Moderator:
— Dr. Héctor Herrera, Partner, Haynes and Boone, S.C., Ciudad de México
Panelists:
— Lic. Luis Alberto Amado Castro, Deputy General Counsel, Secretaría de Energía (Sener), México, D.F.
— Lic. Carlos A. Morán, Partner, Cogan and Partners LLP, Houston, Texas
— Lic. Alfredo Orellana Moyao, General Counsel, Agencia Nacional de Seguridad Industrial y de Protección al
Medio Ambiente (ASEA), México D.F.
1:30
FINAL REMARKS AND CONCLUSIONS
— Lic. Carlos A. Morán, Partner, Cogan and Partners LLP, Houston, Texas
— Steven P. Otillar, Partner, Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP, Houston,
Texas
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attorneys. ANADE has its national headquarters in Mexico City and has six chapters, namely: Baja
California, La Laguna area, Chihuahua, Jalisco, Nuevo León and Querétaro. ANADE is an organization
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The New Energy Legal Framework in Mexico:
Lessons Learned and the Way Forward
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