Legal outlook for companies operating in the energy sector in Mexico

8 SEP 2016
12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

Legal and business practitioners discuss the key drivers they are seeing as global triggers of oil and gas price volatility. Learn from DLA Piper and outside professionals about the implications of these financial swings for businesses involved in investment, asset sales, production or distribution of oil and gas in the Western Hemisphere.

Please contact Jennifer Topper with any questions. For more information on DLA Piper's Oil and Gas practice, please contact Bob Gruendel or Jack Langlois.  

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On September 8, 2016, we hosted a teleconference to discuss the legal outlook for companies operating in the energy sector in Mexico. Javier Estrada, former Commissioner with the National Hydrocarbons Commission (CNH) and the Energy Regulatory Commission (CRE) was joined by DLA Piper partner Marcelo Páramo and DLA Piper’s Global Co-Chair of Energy and Co-Chair of the Latin America practice, Bob Gruendel, to discuss how recent developments in Mexico affect legal decision-making and business in the region.

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Mexico's energy reforms and dispute resolution system