Mexico's first Round One oil and gas tender, justly lauded for success of the process, raised significant questions over the blocks on offer and, perhaps most importantly, the fiscal and contractual terms set forth by the government. Indeed, while global oil prices and slashed exploration budgets shared blame, there were several other factors at play. In the wake of the bid, the Mexican government announced it would review and adjust the terms for upcoming auctions, in an effort to increase investor interest and competition.
In collaboration with the Institute of the Americas, Carlos A. Solé and Jason Bennett will lead a webinar discussion covering the next phases for Round One, the lessons learned from the first tender and an update on the most pertinent contractual elements and fiscal terms for future auctions. Carlos and Jason’s remarks will be followed by an interactive Q&A with the audience.
To register for this online program, please click here. If you are interested but unable to attend, please register anyway and we will send you a link to the recorded program. We will also make it available on our website through our Mexico Energy Reform LinkedIn group page, which can be found here.