Mexico’s Energy Regulatory Commission (CRE) would like to thank for providing the opportunity for Mexico to host the seventh World Forum on Energy Regulation (WFER VII) in 2018. Over the last few years CRE has witnessed the positive impact of this Forum, which brings together key energy industry players, high-level policy makers, academics and regulators from all over the world to share knowledge, best practices and regulatory frameworks every three years.
When deciding to nominate Mexico as candidate for the 2018 Forum, it was this positive impact that was taken into account. Additionally, CRE believes that the participants will benefit learning from the Mexican energy industry’s transition to a regulated liberalization model. The World Forum on Energy Regulation in 2018 will be a great opportunity to show the world the initial results of the new Mexican energy model, while also providing an opportunity to share experiences and best practices of the implementation process. Accordingly, we have proposed the Mayan Riviera as the venue for the Forum. The Mayan Riviera is a world class destination for international conferences due to its infrastructure, services, location, architecture, cultural heritage and activities, food, restaurants, museums, night life, hospitable locals and because it is a paradise full of energy.
Welcome to Mexico, where “mi casa es tu casa” (my home is your home).
Mexico is a country full of energy. A country in which natural resources converge with the great potential for human capital to transform energy into economic development. The 7th World Forum on Energy Regulation (WFER VII) logo captures the essence of Mexican energetic resources. The diversity and natural richness of our country is embodied in the logo structure. The Energy Reform places Mexico as a key actor of the international energy sector.