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$12 MIL MILLONES se destinaron a la inversión en transmisión en el PRODESEN 2017-2031.

La red eléctrica de México está bajo presión debido a la rápida expansión de la flota de generación del país. Desde el 2000, la capacidad de generación del país se ha duplicado a más de 73,000 MW, según SENER.

Aún más, se espera que México agregue 7 GW de nueva generación por valor de $ 8.6 mil millones como resultado de sus tres primeras subastas eléctricas a largo plazo, e instale un adicional de 55.8 GW de capacidad de generación por $ 97 mil millones hasta el 2031. De esto, el 63% de la nueva capacidad será generación renovable.

El aumento en la cantidad de plantas de energía limpia, como gas, ciclo combinado, eólica y solar, que se suman a la creciente demanda actual de electricidad, requiere una extensión de la red eléctrica, con los sistemas en el noreste, norte, noroeste y sureste más vulnerable a saturarse

Pero estos corresponden a largas distancias. Para conexiones de cable de más de 40 km, es probable que HVDC sea la única solución técnica debido a la alta corriente de carga de un cable de CA, y se necesitan soluciones comprobadas.

Solucionar estos cuellos de botella disminuirá las incertidumbres a largo plazo para el desarrollo de proyectos de nueva generación en estas regiones, fortalecerá el sistema nacional y reducirá el costo de energía que mejorará la competitividad de la industria local. 

Es hora de que México haga la transición a un sistema eléctrico del siglo XXI. La tecnología HVDC estará a la vanguardia de las soluciones para esto.

¡Únase a la 2da conferencia anual mexicana de Autopistas Energéticas HVDC este 24 de octubre de 2018 en la Ciudad de México y revele las mejores prácticas que se ajustan específicamente al contexto del país para diseñar, financiar, construir y operar sistemas de transmisión HVDC!

Para registrarse, complete el Formulario de Registro en la última página de la agenda del evento y envíelo por correo electrónico a This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.! 

 

Nuevas razones para asistir a la Conferencia HVDC

  1. Establecer relaciones con las 45 empresas de México, Brasil, China, Colombia, España, Estados Unidos e India que han mostrado su interés en participar en la última licitación de transmisión

  2. Definir el impacto del nuevo modelo de contratación de México en su capacidad para proporcionar tecnologías nuevas y avanzadas para la operación del sistema eléctrico del país

  3. Poner números a la escala y rango de capacidades técnicas y financieras requeridas para las licitaciones actuales y futuras de proyectos de transmisión eléctrica en México

  4. Permitir el desarrollo del significativo potencial de nueva generación limpia en México, teniendo en cuenta las interconexiones necesarias

  5. Conocer a los tomadores de decisiones de México y sus países vecinos de la importación y exportación eléctrica a través de las fronteras nacionales en la región

Tendencias claves que favorecen la tecnología HVDC en México

  1. Oportunidades de inversión para empresas globales que poseen las capacidades financieras y técnicas necesarias para construir infraestructura energética
  2. Crecimiento constante de la demanda energética, junto con la ambiciosa transición de México hacia los recursos energéticos limpios
  3. En 2031, se espera que el 38.2% de la generación eléctrica de México provenga de recursos de energía limpia
  4. Desequilibrio entre la oferta y la demanda de energía en varias regiones de México, lo que aumenta la dependencia de la conectividad eléctrica
  5. Período dinámico de transformación para el sector energético de México brindando importantes oportunidades de inversión

¡Regístrese hoy! Llame al +1 (310) 622-9159 o envíe un correo electrónico a This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

$12 BILLION has been earmarked for investment in transmission in the PRODESEN 2017-2031.

Mexico's transmission network is under pressure due to the rapid expansion of the country's generation fleet. Since 2000, the country's generation capacity has doubled to over 73,000 MW, according to SENER. 

Even more, Mexico is expected to add 7 GW of new generation worth $8.6 billion as a result of its first three long-term electricity auctions, and install an additional 55.8 GW of generation capacity worth $97 billion by 2031. Of this, 63% of the new capacity will be renewable generation.

The increase in the number of clean energy plants - such as gas, combined cycle, wind, and solar - added to the growing current electricity demand requires a transmission extension of the electric grid, with the northeastern, northern, northwestern and southeastern transmission systems most vulnerable to becoming saturated.

But these are long distances. For cable connections beyond 40 km, HVDC is likely to be the only technical solution because of the high charging current of an AC cable, and proven solutions are needed.

Solving these bottlenecks will decrease long-term uncertainties for the development of new generation projects in these regions, strengthen the national grid, and reduce the cost of electricity to improve the competitiveness of local industry.

It is time for Mexico to transition to a 21st-century electric power system. HVDC technology will be at the forefront of solutions for this.

Join the 2nd annual HVDC Energy Highways 2018 Mexico conference this October 24, 2018 in Mexico City, Mexico and reveal the best practices that specifically fit Mexico’s context to design, finance, build, and operate HVDC transmission systems!

View 2017 Conference Video

To register, email the Center for Energy Sustainability and Economics Secretariat on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.!

Deepwater, it's about readiness!

  • How do you deliver platforms on time without carry-over work?
  • How do you do it from the start?
  • What does a person from BP look at to ensure performance, quality, and safety?

As an upstream professional, you know you can't entrust the project of delivering platforms offshore to an inexperienced engineer. It's 1 million bucks a day of losses, if it's not delivered on time.

 

So the question is: would you even trust you to take the lead on this project?

If you’re not on time, it’s a $1 million bucks you didn’t plan to spend, and she’s not working on the next well.

As the project manager, you are not a nobody. In fact, you are the watch tower!

 

Because your role is so significant, you need to know the key points. You are almost all-knowing.

 

At least you are expected to be.

 

You need to be aware of what it is that you really need to watch to make sure we have smooth progress.

 

You need to be alert, one step ahead of what problems usually come up and how to avoid them.

How do you hold Cameron or FMC or Aker to their schedule?

 

Working in the ocean multiplies your pain by 5.

 

5 to 1 is the ratio to work on offshore vs land, which means if it costs you $100,000 on land to fix a problem, it’s going to cost you $500,000 for the same activity set offshore!

 

Without a fireproof punch list, you will lose so much money!

 

You can’t do that sitting in your office - you have to be out there and punch away - measuring every bit that matters for the completion of the project.

You can only measure what you count. The question is: Do you know what it is to count?

 

If you don’t measure anything, you don’t have a benchmark. For instance, how do you assemble xmas tree? Everything is about critical path, well, stress and critical path.

 

Getting a xmas tree 2-3 days ahead, it’s 2-3 days’ production. 

 

Would you like a 25,000 barrels a day more ahead of schedule?

A workshop designed by a seasoned project manager

BP GPO's Site Manager Alain Vincent will share his stunningly simple secrets for enabling you to deliver that platform offshore from FEED, all the way to the finish!

  1. You'll discover the 94 punch list items that work for any assignment.
  2. Eight never-fail approaches with FEED, procurement, commissioning, load out, sail away to location, installation of jacket and piling, handover to operations, and finally the finish line.
  3. Plus the blunders you need to watch out for and 'how to avoid them' field toolkit you will not find in any textbook!
  4. And another plus! A workshop on how to assemble xmas tree and the critical path that will triple your productivity.

Meet Alain Vincent at the Subsea Multiphase Boosting 2018 Brazil Conference on April 12-13, 2018 at the Windsor Barra Rio de Janeiro

 

You cannot find a more bonafide subsea veteran than Alain Vincent, with 37 years of experiences, in various parts of the world, Mexico, Trinidad & Tobago, Angola, Southeast Asia, Azerbaijan, Middle East, North Africa, and North America.

 

Mr. Vincent has demonstrated expertise in Risk Management, Safety Management Systems, Project Management, Platform/Deck Fabrication, Jacket Fabrication, Subsea Structure fabrication, Spool Fabrication, XT assembly, Wellhead subsea systems assembly and testing, offshore & onshore operation, and associated project management skills such as: procurement and subcontractor management; fabrication design, construction and installation.

 

His current employment and for the last 8 years is with BP, and he speaks six languages! 

If it costs you $100,000 on land, it's going to cost you $500,000 for the same activity set offshore!

Attend Workshop at only USD 299!

Key speakers and authors at the Subsea Multiphase Boosting 2018 Brazil Conference include...

 
 
 
 

Subsea and SURF technologies are highly specialized with particular demands on from multiphase flow simulations, total system studies, pipeline and subsea architectural design to detailed installation and tie-in studies. Get your team's specific technical requirements at the conference.

 

Be ready for the era of lower breakeven

If your solutions aren't standard, or tried-and-tested, you risk losing up to US$790,000 per meter in your operation.

 

The goal of the conference is simple: Provide you the standards for high reliability and short turnaround intervention. 

 

This year, Subsea Multiphase Boosting 2018 Brazil Conference highlights best practices and solutions in end-to-end subsea processing that are now being considered standard, tested-and-tried under the sea to save you millions of dollars from costly mistakes, that all of us cannot afford!

  1. Master the skill to operate subsea equipment for several years without unscheduled downtime
  2. Control the high CAPEX in subsea processing through flexible solutions
  3. Slash high intervention costs through OneSubsea's cutting-edge integrated solution
  4. Meet technology gaps, such as long-distance transmission of high-voltage subsea power

Email us at the Center for Energy Secretariat at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call +1 (310) 622-9159. Visit www.amgfirst.com/multiphase2018 for more info.

Give your team readiness. Register your team today!

 

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As you know, making subsea systems work in deepwater developments is not easy — such as at BP’s Atlantis, Na Kika, Thunder Horse and Mad Dog platforms in the Gulf of Mexico.

Any subsequent requirements to repair or intervene with installed subsea equipment can be expensive to the tune of $50 million or more, and unscheduled expenses of this magnitude can result in the economic failure of subsea projects.

Any subsea engineer can avoid expensive guesswork from extending asset life and developing stranded fields cost-effectively by attending Subsea Multiphase Boosting 2018 Brazil Conference because you will gain insights tried-and-tested solutions globally.

This year, Subsea Multiphase Boosting 2018 Brazil Conference highlights best practices and solutions in end-to-end subsea processing that are now being considered standard, tested and tried to save you millions of dollars from costly mistakes, that all of us cannot afford!

Conference Details: Subsea Multiphase Boosting 2018 Brazil Conference

Theme: Standards for high reliability and short turnaround intervention

Date: April 12-13, 2018 | Venue: Windsor Barra Hotel Rio de Janeiro

 

Benefits of attending:

• Gain the skill to operate subsea equipment for several years without maintenance

• Curb the high CAPEX in subsea processing through flexible solutions

• Slash high intervention costs through OneSubsea's cutting-edge integrated solution

• Meet technology gaps, such as long-distance transmission of high power subsea

 

Designed for:

— Subsea Control Systems

— Emergency Response / Contractor Safety Management

— Project Manager / Site Manager

— Subsea Engineer

— Head of Upstream Tax

— Technical Competency Manager

— Lead Researcher Subsea

— Lead Geophysicist

— Reservoir Manager / Reservoir Engineer

— Exploration Manager

— Decommissioning Manager

— Principal Operations Geologist

— Petrophysicist

— IOR

 

4 Easy Ways to Register:

1. Call +1 (310) 622-9159

2. Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

3. Fax +1 (310) 862-2341

4. Online amgfirst.com/multiphase2018

 

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