Mexico's Energy Industry - Looking Forward

Complimentary Webinar :: August 14, 2018 :: 1:00 p.m. Central Time :: 60 Minutes

2:00 p.m. Eastern Time Zone :: 1:00 p.m. Central Time Zone :: 12:00 p.m. Mountain Time Zone :: 11:00 a.m. Pacific Time Zone 

Overview
Over the past few years, Mexico has been implementing massive reforms in its energy sector. Every aspect of the industry has been impacted by new policies and regulations. On July 1, 2018 elections were held in Mexico, where a new president was elected along with hundreds of federal, state and municipal officials throughout the country. Many of us are wondering what this means for the Mexico's new energy markets.
 
Although it is too soon to fully know, discussing the matter is critical for decision-makers. With that in mind, Kinetic is hosting a webinar that will feature a lively conversation between two entrenched experts on Mexican energy policy and politics. We will be covering a variety of topics to include oil and gas exploration and production bidding rounds, natural gas infrastructure, liberalization of fuels’ prices, clean energy auctions, electricity supply and trading, among others. Please join the conversation to ask questions and opine on the future of Mexico's energy industry.
 
This webinar will take place online in real time, and will be presented in English. Registration is complimentary. Registration confirmations will be sent from our webinar platform, ReadyTalk. Be sure and check your spam/junk/clutter folders.
 

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Webinar Speakers

Miriam Grunstein, Ph.D., Chief Energy Counsel,  Brilliant Energy Consulting

Miriam Grunstein, Ph.D., is chief energy counsel at Brilliant Energy Consulting, nonresident scholar at the Baker Institute Mexico Center, and professor and researcher at the Universidad Panamericana. She also teaches part-time at the Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas. Her consulting and research focus on energy law, public regulation, administrative law and international transactions.


José María Lujambio Irazábal, Partner and Energy Practice Lead, Cacheaux, Cavazos & Newton, L.L.P.

José María Lujambio is a partner at CCN, where he heads the energy practice from his office in Austin, Texas. His work with clients includes regulatory support to utility-scale renewable energy projects; enablement of qualified suppliers and traders to participate in the wholesale electricity market; negotiation of several kinds of energy procurement contracts, and advice in the midstream and downstream regulation of natural gas and refined products, for U.S. companies doing business in Mexico. Previously, he worked in the Mexican government. From 2009 to 2012, he served as General Legal Counsel of the Mexican Energy Regulatory Commission, where he lead the implementation of Mexico’s 2008 energy reform, in the renewable energy and gas sectors. Prior to that, he worked as an attorney within the Legal Counsel’s Office of Mexico’s President, focusing on legislation and presidential rules, and constitutional affairs.

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