Haynes and Boone Lawyers Lead Key Panel Discussions on Mexico's Energy Reform


Seven Haynes and Boone, LLP lawyers from three different offices recently took major roles in what has become an iconic forum for discussing energy reforms in Mexico.

The Haynes and Boone, LLP Americas Colloquium and the Mexico Center and Center of Energy Studies at Rice University's Baker Institute sponsored the event, Mexico's Energy Reform: Let the Bidding Begin, which attracted nearly 200 energy industry executives and other private sector stakeholders. Houston Partner George Y. Gonzalez opened the event staged at Rice University's Baker Institute for Public Policy, while Partner Luis Moreno of Mexico City led a discussion of the bidding process that included Senior Counsel Hunt Buckley, also of Mexico City, as a panelist.

Another panel led by Houston Partner Brad Richards explored the geopolitical and economic context for the reforms and featured Partner Ariel Ramos of Mexico City as one of the experts.

Finally, Partner Alberto de la Peña took a seat on the stage with a group that analyzed the rule of law in the implementation of the reforms before closing summary remarks were given by Partner Ricardo García-Moreno.

Also in attendance was Juan Carlos Zepeda Molina, the President Commissioner of the National Hydrocarbons Commission of Mexico, who delivered the keynote address. More details about the program can be found at www.bakerinstitute.org.


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