Wednesday, 20 September 2023 • Club de Industriales • 18:00 – 20:30 (CDT)
The debate will be conducted in English (simultaneous translation will NOT be available) 

2024-2030: Energy as a motor for growth and development in Mexico:
what is needed and why for everyone to win?


Timothy Callahan
ANZMEX President & DG of Woodside Mexico

Lorenzo Meyer Falcón
Independent Board Member

Vanessa Zárate
Expert in Energy, Public and Business Strategy and International Affairs.

We are less than a year away from the 2024 presidential election and the campaigns for the top government spot have already begun. The Energy Sector has been following closely the direction of the policies implemented by the current government during the whole AMLO administration. Now, some parts of the sector are bracing for change whilst others will continue to find ways to make their business work successfully under of the current circumstances if the answer to the 2024 election is continuity.

The 2018-2024 period has generated winners and losers in the Energy Sector. What is needed for everyone to win? Is it possible?

Join ANZMEX in the 22nd edition of our traditional Energy Debate to find out what are the answers the experts have for these and other questions such as:

What are the probable scenarios for the next six years? What vision do the main presidential candidates have for the energy sector?  What is the place of renewables in each candidates’ energy plans?  What needs to happen for companies, the environment, and users to have more sustainable energy at better prices? What can change, what should change, and what is best for the country, companies, and consumers? 

Our Energy Debate is back, don’t miss it out!

The Chatham House Rule will be enforced and the debate will be conducted in English.

Moderated by:Rosa Jiménez
Regional Leader for Sustainable Operations

Hosted by:
Sergio Almazán
Managing Director

Event Information

Venue: Club de Industriales. Andrés Bello 29, Polanco. CDMX
Wednesday, 20 September 2023

Time: 18:00 – 20:30 (CDT)
Cost: ANZMEX members – $700 MXN / Non-members – $1,100 MXN

To register, please send and email to Sergio Almazán, including your proof of payment and your fiscal details (should you require an invoice).

ANZMEX Bank Details (you need to deposit or transfer your payment to our account)
Name of the account: ANZMEX ORG, A.C.
Bank: HSBC Mexico
Account number: 4050167220
Clabe: 021180040501672207

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