Speaking Engagements

Mexico Energy Reform Briefing

Gardere Wynne Sewell LLP

3-5 p.m. CST

Mexico's Congress has approved landmark energy legislation that represents the most significant economic and political event for Mexico since the adoption of NAFTA. Join a panel of Mexican energy experts on Jan. 14 for a discussion regarding the amendments approved to the Mexican Constitution and what new opportunities will exist.


  • Dr. Antonio Souza Saldivar, Senior Managing Director, Evercore - Energy and Project Finance
  • High-ranking officers from the Mexican Energy Sector
  • Partner Douglas K. Eyberg, head of Gardere's Energy Industry Practice Group
  • Attorney Daniel Aranda Rabago, head of Gardere, Arena y Asociados, S.C. Mexican Energy Practice


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