Luis Sánchez
Roundtable
Luis Sánchez
Country Manager
Intercore

Water is becoming a commodity, which means we must implement water management and remediation technologies. We recirculate the muds to recover as much water as possible and reuse it in the drilling process. Intercore has implemented centrifuge machines that separate solids from water and extract additives for recycling. Additives are more environmentally friendly and we ensure that our drilling techniques are on point to prevent percolation and loss of water. The government is increasingly tightening the noose on environmental regulations and we must uphold all standards and make sure impact is limited. We have man portable rigs that are easy to maneuver and transport, and this means the impact to surroundings is limited when transporting the machinery.

Water is becoming a commodity, which means we must implement water management and remediation technologies.
Dario Labattaglia
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Dario Labattaglia
Senior Sales Manager México
Itron
Itron has strived to share its vision on efficiency and productivity in two main areas: energy and water management
Camilo Pagés, CoFounder and Director of Sistema Biobolsa
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Camilo Pagés
CoFounder and Director
Sistema Biobolsa
“Our efforts are aimed at displacing LP gas and gasoline usage in the agricultural sector”
MEF 2016
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Mexico Energy Forum 2016: Mexico’s Climate Change Ambitions presentation highlights
Guillermo Haro
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Guillermo Haro
Federal Attorney
PROFEPA
In 2010, Mexico’s greenhouse gas emissions amounted to 784 million tonnes of CO2, a 19% increase from 2001.
Tanya Müller
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Tanya Müller
Secretary
SEDEMA
In 2014, Mexico City presented its Climate Change Action Program 2014-2020, which identified areas of vulnerability.
Mexican society and the government are firmly committed to doing our part.
News Article
In 2012, Congress passed the General Climate Change Law, making Mexico the first developing country to enshrine climate change policy into law.
GLOBAL CARBON EMISSIONS 1970-2012
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Mexico is the 13th largest greenhouse gas emitter, accounting for 1.6% of total emissions that contribute to an increase in global temperatures.
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