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General Overview

After two successful Mexico Energy Summits, BNamericas Events has decided to split the event in two: In 2015 we will hold the Mexico Oil & Gas Summit and the Mexico Electric Power Summit. We based the decision on the strong momentum observed in Mexico’s energy market following the approval of the energy reform and its secondary laws. Mexico’s generation park is expected to grow by 55,000MW in the next 15 years, given the need for new capacity and the replacement of obsolete units.

Under the new scenario, the Mexican power sector enters a process of open competition in the area of generation, creating business opportunities for both operators and suppliers. Under the new rules of the game, state-run CFE will need to speed up the revamp of its generation units, while private sector generators and large consumers will have to identify where and how to carry out investments and long-term supply contracts.

Agenda

This Mexico Electric Power Summit is the platform to discuss the future of the electric power sector and identify major business opportunities in the country.

One of the key points is the supply of natural gas for power generation. Mexico’s power agenda in the coming years will be dominated by issues such as supply sources, transport and storage infrastructure, changes to the legal framework of supply contracts, and increased gas demand for reinjection in oil wells.

Other important issues to be discussed at the summit include transmission infrastructure modernization, the future of renewable energy and nuclear power, and generation opportunities arising from future shale gas development in Mexico.

Speakers

José Antonio Aguilar

Principal
Vive Energía

César Vertiz

Managing Director - Head of Project & Acquisition Finance in Mexico
Banco Santander México

Mr. Vertiz joined Grupo Santander over 19 years ago. Today he is responsible for Project & Acquisition Finance team in Mexico.

From 2005 to 2011, Mr. Vértiz was based in Banco Santander Spain. His responsibilities included the origination and coordination on the execution of structured finance transactions in the Andean Region, Central America and the Caribbean.

Prior to his responsibilities in Spain, Mr. Vértiz spent 2 years as Senior Vice President of Corporate Finance in Santander Investment Peru were he was responsible for structuring and arranging several transaction in different sectors, involving different Multilateral Agencies and the Peruvian Capital Markets. Prior experience includes 3 years at Banco Santander Rio in Argentina, as part of the Investment Banking team (2001-2003), and 5 years in Banco Santander Peru (1996-2000).

Mr. Vertiz holds an MBA from the Escuela Europea de Negocios (EEN) in Madrid, Spain and a B.A. in Economics and specialization in Business Administration from the University of Texas at Austin. He also has a specialization in Finance from de Escuela de Administración de Negocios para Graduados (ESAN) in Lima, Peru.

David Madero

Managing Director
Centro Nacional de Control de Gas Natural (CENAGAS)

Javier Gutiérrez

Deputy Director Modernization
Comisión Federal de Electricidad (CFE)

Juan Ignacio Rubiolo

President and General Manager
AES México

Juan Ignacio Rubiolo has over 14 years of experience in energy and electricity markets in America and Asia. He has served in a number of leadership roles in Strategic, Financial and Commercial Planning areas, as well as Project Management, Business Development, Commodities Risk Management, Structure of Products and Commercial contracts for electricity markets, Commodities and Risk Management.

He joined AES Corporation in 2001 in Argentina and he has gone through different countries such as The Philippines, Panama, and Dominican Republic. From May 2014, he leads AES Mexico operations as President & CEO.

Martín Llerena

Smart Grids Director
Energy Regulatory Commission (CRE)

Iván Oliveros

Director and Latam PF Power & Renewables Sector Head
SMBC

Iván Oliveros holds a BSc in Industrial and Environmental Engineering from Universidad Católica de Chile and an MBA from Columbia Business School. He also completed the coursework for a Master’s of Engineering at Columbia’s School of Engineering and Applied Science. He joined SMBC in January 2010and currently heads the Power and Renewable sector within the Latin American Project Finance group focusing on structuring and origination of Project Finance transactions in Latin America.

Alfredo Santillán

Country head Mexico
SMBC

Alfredo Santillán holds a B.S. in Industrial and Systems Engineering from Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey (ITESM), an MBA from Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de Mexico (ITAM) and an Executive Management Program D-1 “A” from Instituto Panamericano de Alta Dirección de Empresa (IPADE). He joined Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation  (SMBC) – Mexico Representative Office in June 2009 and was instrumental in the start-up of SMBC’s operations in Mexico. He currently serves as country head and is mainly responsible for the origination and execution of new business and relationship management of key clients.

Allen Wolf

Managing Director
OFS Cap

Hiram Ortiz

National sales manager
Pemex Gas and Basic Petrochemicals (PGPB)

Enrique de la Madrid

Managing Director
Bancomext

Enrique de la Madrid Cordero holds a law degree from the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM). It also holds a master’s degree in public administration, with major in finance, foreign trade and relationships with Mexico from Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government. He currently serves as managing director at Banco Nacional de Comercio Exterior (Bancomext). Previous positions include general coordinator of the presidency at Mexico’s banking regulator CNBV; founder and president at FINCOR; and executive president of ConMéxico, among others.

Jeffery Williams

Business Development Manager
Emerson

Jeff is the Business Development Manager for Ovation model-based applications and optimization solutions for Emerson.  He has over 30 years of experience in the automation industry. His endeavors are centered on creating applications that help solve customer problems with advanced control technology. Consulting with customers in developing new applications is a primary objective of Jeff’s work.

Recently Jeff is working to embed the advanced control and optimization technology into the DCS level architecture to leverage the advances in computational power.   These solutions and services augment Emerson’s efforts to be the power industry’s leading automation solution provider.

Publications include papers at ISA, ISA POWID, Power Gen, EUCI and Natural Gas Gen 2015.Jeff was honored by the ISA Power Industry Division with the 2005 Achievement award, and most recently was elevated to Fellow by the International Society of Automation.Jeff is a graduate of the Ohio Institute of Technology.

Jacobo Mekler

President
Asociación Mexicana de Energía Hidroeléctrica

Fernando Cubillos

General Manager
Antuko Comercialización (Chile)

Fernando Cubillos, from Chile, is an expert in energetic and environmental market expert. He is the co-founder and managing director of “Antuko Comercialización”, a firm specialised in the Chilean energy market, advice, and project development. Antuko implemented in 2013 the first Price Stabilisation Fund for Renewable Energy projects. Previously, he was Vice-president for Latin America Environment Markets in JP Morgan. He was also a senior specialist in the World Bank, and “Hidoreléctrica Guardia Vieja S.A.

Fernando Cubillos is an industrial civil engineer with electricity mention of the university “Pontificada Universidad Católica” of Chile, and MBA of the University of Maryland, USA

Oliver Flores Parra Bravo

General Director of generation and transmission
SENER

He has a degree in Economics with a specialization in Econometrics from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). He earned his Master´s degree in Economics from the Autonomous Institute of Technology of Mexico (ITAM). He has worked as economic and financial analyst in the private sector, in different offices from the Federal Public Administration, and was appointed Director General in the Ministry of Economy. In 2015, he was appointed Director General for Generation and Transmission of Electric Power at the Ministry of Energy. He is responsible for coordinating the planning and execution of strategic programs related to generation and transmission of power, and for the diversification of clean energy technologies.

Guillermo Arizmendi

Planning and distribution manager
Comisión Federal de Electricidad (CFE)

Guillermo Zuñiga

Commissioner
Energy Regulatory Commission (CRE)

Attorney admitted to practice law in Mexico from the Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México (ITAM) in 2001, with a Master Degree in Regulation from the London School of Economics and a Master Degree in Laws (LLM) from the University of Chicago.

Mr. Zuñiga´s professional career has been developed for more than 14 years in the public sector. He has held leadership, management and legal positions at the Energy Ministry, Mexican Petroleum (Pemex), Federal Commission of Electricity (CFE), and the Federal Competition Commission (CFC).

Since 2013, Mr. Zuñiga is National Commissioner at the Energy Regulatory Commission (CRE), Presidential appointee with Senate confirmation for a five year term, until December 2017.

He was recognized as one of the 100 most influential leaders of the energy industry in Mexico, for the year 2014, by Petróleo & Energía Business Magazine.

Ramón Rodríguez

Business Development Manager for Mexico
Aggreko

Industrial engineer from the University of La Salle, with a Master’s degree in International Management from ITAM in Mexico City. Fluent in Spanish and English. Ramón has 18 years of experience in the energy sector, which started by being part of a company called AES, who developed and built the first power plant in Mexico under CFE’s External Power Producer scheme in the city of Mérida. He then got involved in the development of additional IPP, LNG and generation projects in Mexico and Central America.

He worked for 12 years in the Power division at GE, holding different roles in Sales, Management and Business Development for various turbine technologies, engines and other portfolios of that division, with regional responsibility in Mexico, Central America, Venezuela and the Caribbean.

Before joining Aggreko in Mexico, Ramon worked for Intergen as leader of the commercial group, negotiating power sales contracts with private companies across Mexico. Ramon currently represents the large power projects division for Aggreko in Mexico.

Javier Díaz

Manager, Energy Analysis & Consulting
Bentek Energy

Mr. Díaz provides consulting services for the energy sector; LNG, natural gas, NGL’s and crude oil. Previously, Mr. Díaz headed LNG analytics for BENTEK Energy, a unit of Platts, where he developed a full new suit of LNG products and analytical tools, data and content included in Platts LNG daily. He also has authored reports that cover LNG Global Markets, and North American LNG Exports. Previously, Mr. Díaz served as the Chief Operating Officer of the 8th Continent Project, which received the 2010 Jefferson Economic Council’s Genesis Award “Economic Developer of the Year”.  Mr. Díaz received his Bachelors and Masters in Engineering from the Madrid Polytechnic University. He also received a Masters in Engineering and Technology Management from the Colorado School of Mines. He is bilingual in English and Spanish

Rodrigo Navas

Chief Investment Officer
Inter-American Investment Corporation (IIC)

Rodrigo Navas currently serves as senior investment officer at the Debt Investment Division of the Inter-American Investment Corporation (IIC) for Central America, Mexico and the Caribbean. With over 15 years experience in Latin America’s banking and financial sector, Navas has held a number of positions originating and structuring projects in Costa Rica’s local banking sector as well as in the Central American region. He has also been involved in the private financing process of various infrastructure projects, mainly in renewable energy and tourism.

David Shields

Country Manager
Gas Energy Latin America

David Shields is a journalist and a private consultant, specializing in analysis of the oil and energy industries in Mexico. He has carried out studies on public policy and administrative practices in the Mexican energy industry for several international companies, as well as other work related to the industry.

His consulting work has ranged from advising companies on projects, investment opportunities and has included updating companies on changes in Mexican energy policy. He is also active in promoting accountability in public tenders at the state-run energy companies through a transparency program promoted by the Mexican Federal Comptroller’s Office.

Currently, Mr. Shields is the editor of “Energía a Debate”, a Spanish-language magazine devoted to discussion of energy topics related to Mexico. The corresponding blog, www.energiaadebate.com, is widely visited. He writes in Reforma, a leading Spanish-language daily newspaper. He is country manager for Mexico of Gas Energy Latin America, a leading regional energy consulting firm.

Tomás Sánchez

BIM Development Manager
Autodesk

Tomás Sánchez holds a degree in Industrial Engineering from Instituto Politécnico Nacional (IPN, UPIICSA) and a post-graduate diploma in marketing from Universidad Iberoamericana and a diploma in senior management from IPADE business school. He also holds a master’s degree in management engineering from Instituto de Estudios Universitarios (IEU). He is the founder of Autodesk Mexico (1992) and has 20 years of experience in developing the Computer Aided Design (CAD) market in Autodesk Mexico and Latin America. He currently serves as development manager for the architecture, engineering and construction and Building Information Modeling (BIM) markets for Mexico and Latin America.

Hamilton Moss

Corporate Vice President of Energy
CAF – Development Bank of Latin America

Of Brazilian nationality, Hamilton Moss de Souza came to CAF after an impressive career at Brazil’s Ministry of Mines and Energy (MME), where he headed up the Energy Development Department and coordinated the development of the National Energy Efficiency Plan.

He worked as a researcher at the Center of Electrical Energy Research (CEPEL), where he had the opportunity to develop projects having to do with renewable energies, both solar and wind power, energy efficiency, the effects of electrical and magnetic fields, and other areas.

During his professional career, he also performed a variety of functions at Schlumberger Ireland Services, Europe Unit, on an oil platform in the North Sea. Moss de Souza is an electrical engineer with a degree from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, where he also obtained a Master’s in Production Engineering.

Alvaro Ríos

Managing Partner
Gas Energy Latin America

Alvaro Ríos holds a degree in chemical engineering from Texas A&M University (1983) and has pursued postgraduate studies in chemical engineering at the University of Houston. Since 2008 he serves as associate director at Gas Energy and Drillinginfo. He currently leads research and advices companies and institutions in Latin America in “upstream” related to unconventional hydrocarbon and natural gas chain, electric power, petrochemical and integration.

Daniel Ceniceros

México and Latam Promotion Director
Gamesa

Daniel Ceniceros Salinas holds an electronics engineer degree from La Laguna Institute of Technology and an MBA from University of Phoenix, an Energy Manager Certification by Association of Energy Engineers as well as a postgraduate diploma in project and enterprise valuation by ITAM.

With over 13 years of experience in the energy sector in different positions such as Combined Cycle and CHP O&M, Commercial and regulation and business development for companies such Iberdrola, Intergen and Abengoa. He currently serves as promotion director in Gamesa Mexico.

Giancarlo Ortega

Senior Investment Officer
International Finance Corporation (IFC)

Giancarlo Ortega is a Principal Investment Officer of IFC leading the financing of infrastructure projects in Central America and Mexico and is responsible for origination, processing and portfolio supervision in the region. During his eight years of working at IFC , he has led the structuring of infrastructure projects worldwide covering all infrastructure sectors but with emphasis on transport infrastructure and renewable energy generation. Prior to IFC , Giancarlo served as the Director of Corporate Finance for TACA Group. He has a degree in industrial engineering from the Universidad Rafael Landivar ( Guatemala ) and an MBA from INCAE.

Massimo Tambosco

Head of Business Development Latin America
ENEL Group

Born in Italy on 1967, Graduate in Business Administration from de Bocconi University of Milan. He began his career at Olivetti Group to be then, in 1997, CFO of the subsidiary in Mexico of Ferrero Group, the world leader in chocolates. Since the year 2000 he’s been working at Enel Group, in which he has covered different positions in finance and control management initially in Italy and later in the purchase of Endesa in Spain. Since 2011 he lives in Chile, where he has developed key positions related to the presence of Enel Group in South America and where , in the current organization of Enel, is responsible of the Business Development activities for the Latin America area at the line of conventional generation (Global Generation).

Nicola Melchiotti

Area Manager for Mexico and Central America
Enel Green Power

Nicola is in charge of Enel Green Power business in Mexico and Central America. He manages a portfolio of 16 hydroelectric, wind, geothermal and solar power plants with an installed capacity of 716 MW and operations in 4 countries, in addition to several projects under construction or development. Previously, he acted as Country Manager of Enel Green Power Mexico, growing the company from a small business to a regional leader.

Prior to joining Enel in 2007, Mr. Melchiotti worked for McKinsey & Co.He holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and Master of Engineering from Ecole Supérieure d’Electricité (in France) and Politecnico di Milano, Italy.

César Hernández Ochoa

Undersecretary of electricity
Secretaría de Energía (SENER)

César Hernández Ochoa holds a law degree from the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM), a master’s degree in law and diplomacy from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy and a PhD in law from the UNAM. He was appointed deputy electricity minister at the energy ministry Sener in February 2014 and previously served as head of Sener’s Legal Affairs Unit. He has held various positions in the public administration, including managing director of foreign trade at the Ministry of Economy and advisory managing director at the Legal Counsel Department of the Federal Government (Consejería Jurídica del Ejecutivo Federal), among others.

Luis Farías

Vice President of Energy and Sustainability
CEMEX

Luis Farías Martínez has a degree in physics from Mexico’s ITESM, a PhD from the London University and is a post doctoral research fellow at McMaster University. He currently serves as senior vice president of energy at Cementos Mexicanos (CEMEX).

Previously he served as manager of technology planning at HYLSA. He is also co-inventor and holds a patent on a method for recovering energy from waste in combustion industrial furnaces.

Raúl Millares

Energy Manager
Grupo Alfa (Alpek)

Raúl Millares is Energy Manager for Alfa. With more than 30 years of experience at Alfa, he has held different executive positions including chief financial officer of Alpek, manager of planning and development of Alpek, manager of Europe and Asia of Nemak, manager of planning and corporate development of Nemak, CEO of Indelpro, CEO of Akra Nylon and CEO of Polioles. He has also been president of the National Association of Chemical Industry and of the Industrial Association of Southern Tamaulipas, and vice president of the Mexican Confederation of Industrial Chambers. Raúl Millares holds a Bachelor’s in chemical engineering from Universidad Iberoamericana and a Master’s in business administration from Wharton School.

Miguel Angel Alonso

Managing Director
Acciona Energía México

Managing director, Acciona Energía México. He holds a degree in Industrial Engineering from Universidad de Zaragoza and a Master’s Degree in Marketing and Commercial Management from Universidad Pública de Navarra (Spain). In 2008, he took over as managing director of Acciona Energía México, after holding other positions within the company since 2000.

He started his professional career as engineer in research and development for Azkoyen Industrial. In addition, between 1990 and 2000 he founded his own engineering firm, focused on projects for large industrial developments.

Javier Fidalgo

Project Finance Director Latin America
BNP Paribas

Javier is a Director of the Project Finance Latin America team of BNP Paribas New York, responsible for the execution of advisory mandates and structuring of project finance transactions in Latin America and the Caribbean. He has over 10 years of experience in the arranging and advisory of Project Finance deals in the energy and infrastructure sectors in several geographies.

Prior to joining the Latin America Team, Javier indeed worked within the Paris and Madrid Project Finance teams, having been implicated on high profiles transactions in Middle East, Europe and now Latin America. He has cumulated an extensive experience in advising public bodies and private consortia on all aspects relating to the development of multi‐sources nonrecourse financing schemes, involving at least ECAs and Multilaterals in a large number of assets. Javier holds a Master Degrees from Nancy Business School in France. He is a native Spanish speaker and speaks also English, French and Portuguese.

Javier is currently leading a financial advisory for a solar project in Mexico on behalf of a Korean sponsor and also for a major toll-road project in Peru under a private initiative scheme. He has been leading the financial advisory team on the high‐speed train tender process in Brazil in 2013 and several tender processes in Peru also last year.

Javier Estrada

Oil & Gas consultancy director
PwC

Javier Estrada is  Oil & Gas consultancy director of PwC.  Holds a degree in business administration from Universidad Iberoamericana and a postgraduate degree in public and international economics from the University of Paris Nanterre. He currently serves as managing director at Analítica Energética. In 1995 he was appointed commissioner of Mexico’s Comisión Reguladora de Energía (CRE), where he was in charge of tendering the country’s natural gas distribution networks. In 2009 he was appointed commissioner of the Comisión Nacional de Hidrocarburos (CNH). In 2013 he joined the Department of Energy as energy information and planning general director.

Alvaro Lentz

Former President
National Association of Solar Energy (ANES)

Álvaro Lentz Herrera currently serves as fomer president at the Asociación Nacional de Energía Solar Mexicana (ANES). He is also professor and researcher at the Universidad de Ciudad de México (UACM) and is the author of several research reports related to solar energy. Dr. Lentz-Herrera has been involved in ANES since 2003, when he joined the Board of Directors. In 2011 he became VP and took over as president at the end of 2012.

José Pablo Fernández

Managing Director
Grupo Dragón

José Pablo Fernández Velasco graduated as an electro-mechanical engineer specialized in Solar Energy. With over 11 years of experience in the energy sector, he currently serves as managing director at Grupo Dragón. He has developed several power plant projects from Greenfield and is leading geothermal, wind and solar projects. Fernández Velasco worked as operations director of Grupo Dragón from 2009 to 2012, achieving the construction of the Arriaga wind power plant, in Chiapas, DSP geothermal power plant and Los Altos I wind power plant in Jalisco. Previously, he occupied the position of general director at Energía Renovable del Centro during 5 years (2005-2009) and developed various thermal and solar projects, including the largest thermal solar project in Latin America.

Héctor Olea

President and General Director
Mexican Association of Photovoltaic Energy (Asolmex)

Hector Olea is an economist from Mexico’s ITAM and holds a master’s degree and a PhD in Economics from Rice University in the US. With twenty years of experience in the Mexican energy sector, he has promoted and developed renewable energy in the country. He is currently president of the Mexican solar photovoltaic energy association (Asolmex) and since 2004 he serves as president and CEO of Gauss – a business development company specializing in the Mexican energy sector. Gauss is currently developing the Aura solar park, the largest photovoltaic project in Latin America and the first large-scale solar facility in Mexico. Previously, he served as CEO of Suez in Mexico, where he led its transformation into a national power company. From 1995-2000 he was president of Mexico’s Energy Regulatory Commission (CRE).

Jesús Serrano

Commissioner
Energy Regulatory Commission (CRE)

Jesús Serrano Landeros is a mechanical and electrical engineer by the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM). He earned an MBA from the Centro de Estudios Avanzados en Administración, a master’s degree in Economics from Colegio de México and a master’s degree in international and development economics from Yale University. He has also pursued PhD studies in Economics at Boston University. He was appointed by the Senate as commissioner for Mexico’s Energy Regulatory Commission (CRE) on September 2014 for a period ending in December 2018. Previously he served as assistant director of financial institution supervision in the National Banking and Securities Commission and as general director of generation, transmission and transformation of electric power in the Ministry of Energy, among others.

Adrián Escofet

President
Asociación Mexicana de Energía Eólica (AMDEE)

At present, he is the CEO of Zapoteca de Energía and Chairman of the Mexican Wind Energy Association (AMDEE). He graduated as Civil Engineer from the National University of Mexico (UNAM) in 1982 and has more than twenty years experience on the development, design and implementation of electric generation projects covering clean and conventional sources.

In March 2013, he was appointed CEO of Zapoteca de Energía; company focused on the development of renewable energy projects.

Jorge Huacuz

Researcher at the Renewable Energy Division
Instituto de Investigaciones Eléctricas (IIE)

PhD in Engineering Physics. Works at the Electrical Research Institute since 1980, and was head of the Non-Conventional Energy Unit until September 2013. Currently he is a researcher at the Renewable Energy Division.

He was President of the National Solar Energy Society. Collaborates with the Renewable Energy Working Party of the International Energy Agency and is member of the Executive Committees of several Implementing Agreements of the same Agency. Worked with the Expert Group of the North American Commission for Environmental Cooperation. He has promoted several initiatives, including: construction of the Regional Wind Technology Center (CERTE) in La Ventosa, Oaxaca.

Dr. Huacuz is co-author of the proposal for the creation of the Mexican Wind Energy Innovation Center recently approved. He has been associate editor of specialized international journals and has published articles and book chapters on the subject of renewable energy.

Pablo Mulás del Pozo

Executive Director
World Energy Council México

Pablo Mulás del Pozo has a degree in chemical engineering from the University of Ottawa, Canada, and a doctorate in engineering from Princeton University. Besides participating in several national and international scientific and professional associations, he was granted an “honoris causa” doctorate in science from the University of Salford, UK. He currently serves as executive director at the World Energy Council Mexico. He was professor at the Department of Nuclear Engineering of the Instituto Politécnico Nacional (IPN), and at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM). He has also served as director at Laboratorios del Reactor Nuclear, Centro Nuclear de México, director of the Energy Sources Division and executive director at Instituto de Investigaciones Eléctricas de México, among others.

Jaime de la Rosa

President
Asociación Mexicana de Energía (AME)

Jaime de la Rosa holds an industrial engineering degree from La Salle University and a Master of Business Administration from Duke University. He currently serves as president of the Mexican Association of Energy (AME), VP of the World Energy Council Mexico and member of the Consejo Consultivo de Energía. Over the past three years he served as CEO of Mitsui Power Americas and was president of Gas Natural Fenosa in Mexico. Other positions include president of Union Fenosa Mexico, managing director at Asea Brown Boveri in Mexico and director of international operations at Westinghouse Electric Corp.

Agustín Humann

Ex presidente ejecutivo
Asociación Mexicana de Gas Natural (AMGN)

Agustín Humann Adame holds a degree in Business Administration from Universidad de Tamaulipas in Mexico. He currently serves as president of the Mexican natural gas association AMGN. He has previously held positions at Mexico’s finance ministry SHCP, Petróleos Mexicanos (Pemex), Diavaz Group and the Mexican institute of finance executives IMEF.

Alejandro Peraza

General Director of Electricity and Renewable Energy
Comisión Reguladora de Energía (CRE)

Alejandro García Peraza holds a Chemical Engineering Degree from UNAM, as well as an MS and PhD in Chemical Engineering from the University of Manchester in the UK. With over 32 years of experience in the public sector, he currently serves as general director of electricity and renewable energy at Mexico’s Energy Regulatory Commission (CRE). He previously worked at Banco de México, Pemex, Instituto de Investigaciones Eléctricas and CFE.

Severo López

Partner
Galo Energy

Severo Lopez holds degrees from Mexico’s ITAM, the University of Chicago and the University of California, Berkeley. He is currently a partner of Galo Energy, and director of Mexenergy, a company leading, developing and implementing PV projects with the highest quality standards in Mexico and the world. He is an expert in energy regulation and has served for 15 years as adviser to the managing director of the Federal Commission of Electricity (CFE) in regulatory and strategic planning matters, to CFE’s general attorney regarding the energy reform, and to SENER’s energy operation undersecretary. He has also served as consultant in various energy infrastructure projects.

Advisory Board

Advisory Board members are volunteering their time and expertise to ensure the success of the 3rd Mexico Electric Power Summit, recommending an excellent lineup of speakers and headline-grabbing topics. For more information or to offer your own expertise, please contact  Francisca Muñoz: fmunoz@bnamericas.com.

Javier Estrada

Oil & Gas consultancy director
PwC

Javier Estrada is  Oil & Gas consultancy director of PwC.  Holds a degree in business administration from Universidad Iberoamericana and a postgraduate degree in public and international economics from the University of Paris Nanterre. He currently serves as managing director at Analítica Energética. In 1995 he was appointed commissioner of Mexico’s Comisión Reguladora de Energía (CRE), where he was in charge of tendering the country’s natural gas distribution networks. In 2009 he was appointed commissioner of the Comisión Nacional de Hidrocarburos (CNH). In 2013 he joined the Department of Energy as energy information and planning general director.

Agustín Humann

Ex presidente ejecutivo
Asociación Mexicana de Gas Natural (AMGN)

Agustín Humann Adame holds a degree in Business Administration from Universidad de Tamaulipas in Mexico. He currently serves as president of the Mexican natural gas association AMGN. He has previously held positions at Mexico’s finance ministry SHCP, Petróleos Mexicanos (Pemex), Diavaz Group and the Mexican institute of finance executives IMEF.

Severo López

Partner
Galo Energy

Severo Lopez holds degrees from Mexico’s ITAM, the University of Chicago and the University of California, Berkeley. He is currently a partner of Galo Energy, and director of Mexenergy, a company leading, developing and implementing PV projects with the highest quality standards in Mexico and the world. He is an expert in energy regulation and has served for 15 years as adviser to the managing director of the Federal Commission of Electricity (CFE) in regulatory and strategic planning matters, to CFE’s general attorney regarding the energy reform, and to SENER’s energy operation undersecretary. He has also served as consultant in various energy infrastructure projects.

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BNP Paribas

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BNP Paribas Group (www.bnpparibas.com) is a leader in banking and financial services in the Eurozone and a first-class player on a global scale (rated A+ by Standard & Poor’s, A1 by Moody’s and A+ by Fitch). The Group has presence in 75 countries with nearly 185,000 employees.

It ranks highly in its three core activities::

  • The Retail Banking Division plays a key role in the international expansion of the Group: 70% of its revenues are recorded outside France. The results achieved by this group of entities are underpinned by a unique, integrated business model centered on the customer, based on the producer-distributor concept and cross-selling.
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In Mexico, BNP Paribas is one of the most active foreign banks in financing energy and infrastructure projects, having led or co-led the arrangement of more than US$ 5 billion of energy related project financings since 2000. We are active in the financial advisory field with respect to renewables and conventional IPP as well as gaspipelines (CFE and Pemex), having recently closed the Ramones II South project for close to USD 1bn financing.

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GRUPO FINANCIERO SANTANDER MÉXICO, S.A.B. DE C.V. (NYSE: BSMX; BMV: SANMEX)

Grupo Financiero Santander México, S.A.B. de C.V. (Santander México), one of Mexico’s leading financial services holding companies, provides a wide range of financial and related services, including retail and commercial banking, securities brokerage, financial advisory and other related investment activities. Santander México offers a multichannel financial services platform focused on mid- to high-income individuals and small- to medium-sized enterprises, while also providing integrated financial services to larger multinational companies in Mexico. As of December 31, 2014, Santander México had total assets of Ps.937.4 billion under Mexican Banking GAAP and more than 11 million customers. Headquartered in Mexico City, the Company operates 1,081 branches and 265 offices nationwide and has a total of 16,428 employees.

 

Santander México incorporates the Mexican branch of Santander Global Banking & Markets (SGB&M), the specialized global division of Santander Group for large multinational clients, and is one of the main players in financing energy projects in Mexico.

Gold Sponsors

Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation (SMBC)

https://www.smbcgroup.com/

Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation (SMBC) es un banco global de primer nivel, con oficinas en América Latina, EMEA (Europa, Medio Oriente y África) y Asia Pacífico.

Las ventajas competitivas de SMBC incluyen una base sólida de clientes, la rápida implementación de estrategias, y una amplia gama de productos y servicios financieros que aprovechan la experiencia de sus equipos en áreas especializadas. SMBC, como miembro principal de Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group (SMFG), trabaja junto con otros miembros del grupo para ofrecer a sus clientes servicios financieros altamente sofisticados.

En América Latina, SMBC ofrece una plataforma de productos amplia e integrada para clientes corporativos, patrocinadores de proyectos e instituciones financieras. El Departamento de América Latina (administrado desde Nueva York) coordina las actividades del Banco y sus relaciones en Amércia Latina con presencia local en Sao Paulo, Ciudad de México, Bogotá, Lima y Santiago. El grupo trabaja en estrecha colaboración con las áreas de productos para ofrecer a sus clientes financiamiento estructurado, de agencias de exportación (ECAs); préstamos sindicados, productos de comercio exterior; cobertura de tasas de interés, materias primas y de tipo de cambio, mercado de capitales; y servicios de gestión de efectivo.

SunEdison

http://sunedison.com.mx/

SunEdison is a global leader in transforming how energy is generated, distributed and owned. SunEdison manufactures solar technology and develops, finances, installs and operates distributed solar power plants, delivering predictably priced electricity and services to its residential, commercial, government and utility customers.  SunEdison also provides 24/7 asset management, monitoring and reporting services for hundreds of solar systems worldwide via the company’s Renewable Operation Center (ROC). SunEdison has offices in North America, Europe, Latin America, Africa and Asia. SunEdison’s common stock is listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol “SUNE.” For more information, please visit www.sunedison.mx

 

Media Partners

Global Energy

http://www.globalenergy.com.mx/

Petróleo YV

http://www.petroleoyv.com/website/site/index.php

Grupo Petróleo YV provides independent analysis and information since 1999. We promote the exchange of ideas among specialists, chambers, universities, governments and NGOs, on energy & oil issues, covering economic and financial aspects, technology, alternative energies, public policy, geopolitics, electricty and sustainable development.

- Publications:ENERGIZANDO IDEAS magazine / www.petroleoyv.com / Books.

- PYVConsulting: Integrated advisory services regarding the energy business on legal, economic, financial, technological, political, environmental and development issues.

- Education: Conception and implementation of university syllabus and courses / Organization of conferences, events.

www.petroleoyv.com / info@petroleoyv.com

Tel.: (+58-212)286.2105 / (+58-416)607.8519

Facebook: Energizando Ideas PetróleoYV / Twitter:@petroleoyv

Asociación Mexicana de Energía Solar Fotovoltaica

www.asolmex.org

Pro México

http://www.promexico.gob.mx/

Revista Energía

http://www.revistaenergia.cl/

Cámara Mexicano-Alemana de Comercio e Industrias

http://www.mexiko.ahk.de/

Revista Minería & Energía

http://www.mineriaenergia.com/

Minería & Energía is a specialized media outlet for the mining and energy sectors.
In its 100-plus pages, the magazine covers current issues of interest for both sectors. Comprehensive reports on the most important mineral deposits in Peru are a standout feature. We also provide our readers with newsletters to keep them up to date on the daily happenings in these fields.

Estrategia Global

http://www.estrategiaglobal.mx/home/

United States-Mexico Chamber of Commerce

http://www.usmcoc.org/#top2

Revista Fortuna

http://www.revistafortuna.com.mx/contenido/

Mexican magazine specializing in economics, finance and business, with nine years in the market. Published monthly with over 30,000 certified copies. The Web version is also available: www.revistafortuna.com.mx Presents investigative reporting on tourism, economy, banking development, agricultural policy and development of the primary sectors of the national economy. Its market is among businessmen, entrepreneurs, public officials, academics and students in undergraduate and postgraduate degrees.

UN Development Business

https://www.devbusiness.com/

Cámara Mexicana Chilena de Comercio e Inversión

http://www.camaramexicanachilena.com.mx/

Oil & Gas Magazine

http://www.oilandgasmagazine.com.mx/

Asociación Mexicana de Energía

http://www.asociacionmexicanadeenergia.com.mx/

Revista Negocios & Petróleo

http://www.negociosypetroleo.com/

Oil & Business Magazine was born for energy sector needs about strategic information, facts and other important issues around it. Our interest is provide to entrepreneurs, governments, organizations and all those involved with the world of hydrocarbons, information complete, objective, reliable and useful to strengthen communication processes about and from the industry. With over two years of free quarterly circulation, Oil & Business Magazine has approximately 100,000 readers in Colombia, 30,000 in other Latin American countries, and over two thousand followers on social networks. This, added to its permanent presence in sector events of national and international order have allowed developing into a major information window from sector.

The Business Year

http://www.thebusinessyear.com/

The Business Year (TBY) is a leading provider of business investment consultancy services and publisher of yearly information resources on national economies and business environments. The Business Year provides accurate, timely and country-specific economic and business data, assessing the trends and developments of all the major economic sector of the countries it conducts research.

The Business Year presents the real opportunities and those creating them – business people, public officials, and key stakeholders –to introduce the many faces of the world of business.

6 reasons not to miss this summit:

  • Hear from Mexican officials about how the energy reform will affect the electric power sector.
  • Meet and interact with key players who will shape the future of Mexico’s sector.
  • Understand how CFE will evolve and the opportunities available to private investors.
  • Get insight into the role of natural gas supply, transport and storage in Mexico’s electric power development.
  • Debate how the relationship between large consumers and power generators will change.
  • Listen, discuss and network with key actors in the Mexican electric power sector.

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Conference Venue

Hotel Mexico City Marriott Reforma Hotel
Address Paseo de la Reforma 276 Col. Juárez, México DF
City Mexico City
Country Mexico
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