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CBI's 7th Annual Mexican Energy Conference; Meeting the Country's Gas and Electric Requirements; E&P, Pipeline, LNG, Power Plant, Transmission and Regulatory Developments.

Energy Editors/Business Editors

WOBURN, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sept. 10, 2003

The Center for Business Intelligence is proud to announce its 7th Annual Mexican Energy conference, October 27-28, 2003, in Houston, TX.

"Excellent forum for vetting current and salient issues in the Mexico, Mexico/US energy market" -- Stephen Brown, VP, El Paso

Mexico continues to hold the interest of the energy sector. Despite blocked electric sector reforms, there are still opportunities for IPP and transmission developers. The gas sector is attracting increasing interest as well, with opportunities in E&P, pipeline and LNG terminal development. The renewable sector is also opening up, with programs being established to incentivize development.

Attend CBI's 7th Annual Mexican Energy conference to gain the latest information on opportunities available, regulations and insights into how projects are being successfully financed and developed. Every year this event features the latest updates on the region.

Gain Insights from 23 industry leaders, including 5 key government agency and national company executives:

-- Xavier Antonio de la Garza, Petroleos Mexicanos (PEMEX) -- The

role of the private sector in the future of PEMEX

-- Heber Cinco Ley, PEMEX Exploration and Production - Plans for

Burgos Basin, Multiple Service Contracts and areas for future

foreign investment

-- Alejandro Brena, Comision Reguladora de Energia (CRE) - LNG

permits granted; handling of open access, tariff structure and

terms of service; development of a permanent standard

-- Francisco Barnes de Castro, Energy Secretariat -- New

regulatory framework and fiscal incentives to advance

renewable energy

-- Alberto Ramos Elorduy, Comision Federal de Electricidad (CFE)

- Electric sector construction program, bidding and

accomplishments

Also benefit from the experience gained through 6 case studies on the San Fernando Pipeline, Naco Nogales, Tuxpan III & IV, Elina del Golfo, El Cajon Hydro and Enertol.

To register, or for more information, contact Luci Santillo, P: 781-939-2412 or e-mail l.santillo@cbinet.com.

Get the complete agenda at http://www.cbinet.com/events/PB337/index.html
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