… ..More than 60 leading companies in the sector from various countries around the world meet at the Shallow and Deepwater Mexico Congress Second Edition
… ..More investors interested in operating their services and products from the Port of Isla del Carmen.
Carmen, port and oil capital of the country, is consolidated as the center of activities in which growth and investment projections for the offshore sector are developed nationally and internationally, with the inauguration of the Shallow and Deepwater Mexico Congress, where the Port Administration Integral de Campeche (APICAM) participates and decisively promotes Governor Layda Sansores San Román’s policy of attracting more national and foreign investment through the entity’s precincts.
In this space of great opportunity to generate networking due to the presence of more than 60 companies in the offshore hydrocarbon industry worldwide, the General Director of APICAM, Agapito Ceballos Fuentes, has held business meetings with various international firms; businessmen, diplomats and authorities from the United Kingdom, the Netherlands and the United States, confirmed their interest in operating their services and products from the Port of Isla del Carmen, considered the most important strategic and logistics platform in the country for supplying the dynamic offshore .
It is worth mentioning that Carmen was selected for the second year in a row as the venue for this oil and gas forum, as it is one of the most important ports in the country in offshore oil industry operations, due to its geostrategic position, the proximity it has with the largest oil fields and because the most important projects are being developed in the region in shallow, deep and ultra-deep waters in the Gulf of Mexico.
Due to the great potential of hydrocarbon discoveries in undeveloped basins and unexplored marine fields that require private investment, modern technologies and qualified and specialized human resources, the head of APICAM promotes the various business opportunities in Campeche among participating companies, following the indications of the governor to potentiate the investment and development possibilities that the Port of Seybaplaya also offers.
The inaugural event was attended by the Secretary of Economic Development (Sedeco), Fernando Gamboa Rosas, representing Governor Layda Sansores San Román; the Municipal President of Carmen, Pablo Gutiérrez Lazarus; the Director General of Shallow and Deepwater, Jennifer Granda, the Secretary of Tourism of the State, Mauricio Arceo Piña; the Ambassador of Belize in Mexico, Óscar Lorenzo Arnold; the Nigerian Ambassador to Mexico, Rafiu Adejare Bello, the Secretary for the Environment, Diversity and Climate Change, Sandra Laffon Leal; the Commercial Delegate of the Canadian Oil Sector, Miguel Antonio González Mercado; the Consul of the Netherlands in Campeche, Juan Pablo Vega Arriaga and the representative of the Government of Louisiana, United States, Jessica Stevenson.