Director of Technology and Climate Change
The Mexican Institute of Competitiveness (IMCO) is an advocate for fighting climate change and sees renewable energy as a pillar of that advocacy.
former Business Development Director
“One of the main disadvantages of cogeneration is that thermal energy cannot be transported over long distances”
In Mexico, the demand for natural gas increased consistently during the 2000-2011 period, with an average annual growth rate of 5.7%.
Technological advancements in drilling and hydraulic fracturing have allowed access to large volumes of shale gas that were uneconomical to produce.
PEMEX must design its contracts and collaborations with these smaller and larger entities so as to benefit from them as much as possible and grow its…
PEMEX lacks access to or experience with the full breadth of deepwater production technology necessary to successfully develop a project on its own.
It will also need the expertise and experience of engineering and construction firms with the right technology, assets, people, and established…
Floating production systems are designed to achieve early production, address technological challenges, and accommodate unexpected weather events
Mexico Area Manager
The appointment of Tony Petrello as CEO of Nabors two years ago brought substantial changes to the company’s strategy.
Director Project Business
Cummins Power Generation
Helping clients to overcome the challenge of generating electricity in remote locations is one of the main markets for Cummins.
Director of Research
“One of the main factors that the secondary laws need to address is a security guarantee for private operators in the Mexican territory."
View from the Top
Woodhouse Lorente Ludlow
As a result of this Energy Reform, the Mexican Congress must make adjustments to its legal framework.