From Source to Consumer: Gas Distribution and Infrastructure

By Mónica López | Fri, 03/19/2021 - 17:15

You can read out editorial coverage of this panel here.

Natural gas is a transitional resource that is allowing Mexico to go from fossil fuels to renewable energy. However, this transition does not need to go too fast and the country can take advantage of this resource to boost its development. This was one of the conclusions reached during the second panel of Mexico Energy Forum 2021 on Thursday, Mar. 11, titled “From Source to Consumer: Gas Distribution and Infrastructure.” Experts agreed that natural gas is and will be the most important resource for generating energy in the coming years in Mexico and that recent blackouts have demonstrated the importance of improving natural gas infrastructure to increase the country's energy security.

The panel was moderated by Diana Piñeda, Partner at González Calvillo, who managed the discussion between Areli Covarrubias, Commercial Director at IEnova; José Aparicio, CEO of Siemens Energy Mexico, Aldrich Richter, Managing Director of MAN Energy Solutions Mexico and Alma Monserrat Flores Estrada, Expert in Regulation.

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