Mexican Energy Reform:Secondary Legislation Highlights
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On April 30, President Enrique Peña Nieto presented to Congress the proposed secondary laws and reforms to implement the constitutional energy reforms passed in December 2013. The package of twenty-one laws, including eight new and thirteen modified laws, aim to support the reform’s goals of transparency, competition, and growth. Join us for an expert conference call that will offer an overview of this legislation and what the impact will be on Mexico and the global energy market.  

 A discussion with: 

 David Goldwyn, Nonresident Senior Energy Fellow, Adrienne Arsht Latin America Center, Atlantic Council

Moderated by: 

Jason Marczak, Deputy DirectorAdrienne Arsht Latin America Center, 
Atlantic Council

More on the energy reform: Read the Arsht Center’s publication, Mexico Rising: Comprehensive Energy Reform at Last?,  (December 2013) that was written by David Goldwyn and provided the first look at Mexico’s groundbreaking energy reform.

About the Speaker: David Goldwyn served as the State Department’s special envoy and coordinator for international energy affairs from 2009 to 2011, reporting directly to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, where he conceived and developed the Global Shale Gas Initiative and the Energy Governance and Capacity Initiative. His latest publication is Energy and Security: Strategies for a World in Transition (Johns Hopkins University Press/Woodrow Wilson Center Press 2013).