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Event Overview

Defining the projects, players and strategies that will be crucial to achieving Peru's infrastructure ambitions


Following a transitional year for energy and infrastructure in Peru, impacted by factors such as El Niño, a reorganization in ProInversion and a shifting market dynamics, 2018 promises a fresh surge of projects and completion of those still in the market

This event will attract senior government officials from the ministries of finance, transportation and energy; developers, financiers and investors, who will gather to debate the impact of recently amended PPP laws and changes to project assessment schemes following the Brazilian situation.

 Leading market players will provide perspective on the new landscape for Peruvian PPP and associated opportunities. Experts speakers will share insights into the current state of the energy market and plans for future generation and transmission capacity in Peru.

Join us in Lima in September to understand these developments and the opportunities that will emerge from these evolving market conditions.





Key topics for 2017 include:

  • Government Keynote Panel: Securing and moving forward the project pipeline
  • Project pipeline looking towards 2018: Update on the current status of projects and their financing structures in the context of new regulation
  • M&A activity in the infrastructure sector: Following the departure of some firms from the market, what are the opportunities now available for new entrants to the Peruvian market and what are they offering?
  • The Future of Gasoducto: Update on the project and implications for the market
  • Social infrastructure: As the Government strives to deliver on election pledges, what opportunities for financing will arise for hospitals, water treatment facilities, schools?


Key 2017 speakers include:

  • Camilo Nicanor Carrillo Purín, General Director of Private Investment Policy, Ministry of Economy and Finance,

  • Daniel    Camac, Vice President Commercial, ENGIE Energía

  • Oscar     Arrús, Partner, Garrigues              

  • Thomas Thorndike, Patner, Garrigues

  • Frédéric Schriqui, Managing Director, Bouygues Constructciones

  • Alejandro Cano Martínez, Regional Director for Colombia and Peru, Grupo Ingeniería Arquitectura

  • Joaquin Brignardello B. General Manager, BD Capital

  • Carlos    Arata, Partner, Rubio Leguia Normand


Last year's conference:

Last year featured over 140 attendees from 100+ companies, offering delegates unparalleled networking opportunities with top financiers and developers in the energy & infrastructure industry. 


Contact us 

To register, and for any queries about the event, please contact: Stephanie Harper at

For sponsorship opportunities, please contact: Nicolas Cano at or David Samuel at 

For speaking opportunities, please contact: Kerry de Viet at