O&G heavyweights gathered in Mexico City on Wednesday night for an exclusive Networking Cocktail sponsored by Nalco Champion and organized by Mexico Oil and Gas Review and Mexico Business Events. The theme of the night was Building Bridges for Industry Success and provided the opportunity for industry insiders to pursue new relationships while discussing the implications of a new federal administration set to take office in December.
The invitation-only cocktail, held at the Sky Garden event space at Reforma 180, gave attendees a platform to share their vision and perspective on the present and forthcoming opportunities Mexico’s changing oil and gas landscape.
Guest speaker Alex García, Director General of Vista Oil & Gas, highlighted the importance of having a strong set of players in the industry willing to seize the opportunities the market is offering. “I am very optimistic about Mexico and believe that the opportunities to do business will keep growing,” García said during his opening speech. Vista Oil & Gas is the first Mexican operator to list on the Mexican Stock Exchange, raising a higher-than-expected US$648 million during its IPO in 2017. For more information of Vista Oil & Gas’ IPO, click here.
James Buis, District Manager for Mexico of Nalco Champion, opened the evening and reminded the attendees that of the importance of company’s like Nalco Champon “The history of Nalco Champion started in 1920 and since then we have helped the industry improve its operations,” he said.
During an exclusive interview with Mexico Oil and Gas Review 2018, Buis mentioned that “Mexico is expanding the frontiers of its oil and gas industry. This has been seen not only in the fact more exploration areas are being auctioned but also in the increasingly challenging formations these areas present. In this regard, Nalco Champion’s products will become crucial for operators to lower risk and increase the efficiency of their activities,” which highlights the importance of creating long-lasting bridges between operators and service companies that can help them improve their activities.
Mexico Oil & Gas Review would like to thank everyone who attended and we hope to see our guests and others at CMP, where Mexico Oil & Gas Review will be holding an exclusive Networking Cocktail on Sept. 26.
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