Malvin Delgado
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Malvin Delgado
Director of Sales and Operations for Latin America
T.D. Williamson
"Overall, we have to be part of a reconfiguration of the service economy to adapt to this historic moment through maintenance discipline"
pipeline
News Article
With the final pieces in operation, large parts of Mexico can now access cheap natural gas from the US Permian Basin.
rene varon president ceo tory technologies
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René Varón
President and CEO
Tory Technologies
“We find it very motivating to realize how much our clients are beginning to depend on these tools to access and manage their systems remotely.”
Fernando Calvillo
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Fernando Calvillo
Chairman Of The Board At Fermaca
Fermaca is a Mexican energy company. It specializes in providing natural gas solutions to the midstream segment. Fermaca’s professional team can…
Jaime Falcones
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Jaime Falcones
Co-Founder
Beel Infrastructure Partners
Beel Infrastructure Partners is an advisory and asset management firm focused on infrastructure in Latin America and headquartered in Mexico City.
The Mexican energy market needs to be prepared for the challenges of transporting the amount of natural gas molecules
Analysis
With an increase in energy demand, Mexico needs to build new pipelines and revamp old ones to support and cope with the imports of natural gas
Fernando Calvillo
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Fernando Calvillo
President and Chairman of the Board
Fermaca
Fermaca is a Mexican energy company. It specializes in providing natural gas solutions to the midstream segment.
Leopoldo Rodríguez
Roundtable
Leopoldo Rodríguez
President
AMDEE

Social aspects are extremely important for large-scale projects such as wind farms. There are regions in Mexico that are more sensitive than others, like indigenousowned lands. Wind energy companiesare bound by law to perform a social impact assessment, which is challenging now because not all the regulations and guidelines have been defined. A right approach to the communities implies close interaction and well-designed communication strategies that get the message clearly to the communities. Many communities in Mexico tend to think that infrastructure projects are equal to money but they must keep in mind that private companies are not the government. Project developers should have social plans to make a positive impact on the project’s surrounding communities but these plans do not substitute government actions.

Our interviewees shared experiences, highlighting the importance that local communities play in the development of Mexico’s energy infrastructure.
FERNANDO CALVILLO Chairman of the Board at Fermaca
Insight
Fernando Calvillo
Chairman of the Board
Fermaca
The expansion of the Mexican natural gas transportation system has been moving at a quick clip as Mexican industries demand more of the cheap fuel.
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