“Oklahoma, Mexico & The New Century” Looks At Business Opportunities Across The Border May 10
Tuesday, April 30, 2002
Published on 4/30/02
R. Dobie Langenkamp, Director of The University of Tulsa’s National Energy-Environment Law and Policy Institute, will chair this year’s Tulsa Global Alliance International Conference,“Oklahoma, Mexico & The New Century: Challenges and Opportunities,” on Friday, May 10. The all-day event will address issues for businesses and groups seeking to create or expand partnerships with Mexico.
Registration will begin at 8 a.m. at Tulsa Country Club, 701 N. Union. The cost is $95 per person, which includes breakfast, lunch and reception. Students may attend for $25, including lunch.
Jesus Reyes-Heroles, former Mexican Ambassador to the U.S. and former Energy Minister of Mexico, will be the luncheon keynote speaker. Ambassador Ezequiel Padilla, Consul General of Mexico from Dallas, will be the opening keynote speaker. U.S. Sen. James Inhofe will be the special reception guest.
The day will break down into three panels: Doing Business with Mexico: Resources to Make it Work; U.S.-Mexican Business Opportunities in Energy and Related Fields; and Mexico & the U.S.-Partners for the Future.
The Honorary Chair for the conference is Peter C. Meinig, Chief Executive Officer of HM International Inc. and a resident of Mexico City for 14 years.
For additional details and a complete speaker list, go to www.tulsaglobalalliance.org. To register, call Tulsa Global Alliance at 918-591-4750 or email email@example.com.