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Guillermo Garcia Alcocer

Instituto Tecnologico Autonomo de Mexico


Guillermo Ignacio García Alcocer was Chairman of CRE (Federal Energy Regulatory Commission), the energy regulator in Mexico, from April 2016 to June 2019. Mr. García Alcocer is an economist who´s expertise spans across a wide range of areas within the Mexican energy industry, including economic and technical regulation, public policy design and business evaluation and development. In his last responsibility, Chair of CRE, he was in charge of the energy logistics regulation, as well as the electricity market regulation.

In his prior responsability he led the technical team at the Ministry of Energy that drafted the energy reform on hydrocarbons (both constitutional and secondary), as well as the regulation (reglamento). He was in charge of the design of the E&P contracts of the fist two rounds.

He has also been the General Director Industrial Development of Hydrocarbons in the Mexican Ministry of Energy, where he led the design and approval of refining, petrochemical and logistics ventures. He was in charge at the Ministry of Energy of the pipelines development plan and the Etileno XXI project. Mr. García Alcocer was also appointed as acting officer in charge of the Undersecretary of Hydrocarbons during the governmental transition in 2012.

Product Type
On Demand

Risk Mitigation in International Energy Ventures


Faculty:
Eduardo Canales |  John P. Bowman |  Elisabeth Eljuri |  Jose Antonio Rivas |  Guillermo Garcia Alcocer
Duration:
60 Minutes
Format:
Audio and Video
Original Program Date:
Aug 26, 2020
Price:
$40.00 - Base Price

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