October 8, 2014
Guillermo Garcia Sánchez, Affiliate Scholar of the Center for U.S. and Mexican Law, was an invited panelist at the US-Mexico Chamber of Commerce Energy Reform Conference held October 3, 2014 in New York City.
Garcia Sánchez participated in the panel discussion entitled “New Regulatory Framework and Business Opportunities in the Mexican Energy Sector,” where he spoke about the Center for U.S. and Mexican Law’s Gulf of Mexico Transboundary Resources Project, and made remarks on how the Agreement Concerning Transboundary Hydrocarbon Reservoirs in the Gulf of Mexico, signed by the US and Mexico in February, 2102, interacts with the newly adopted energy legislation. The event, which included panel discussions by 14 panelists, also discussed business operations under the new energy regulatory framework as well as investments and financing in energy projects in Mexico.
Guillermo Garcia Sánchez is a Mexican lawyer with expertise in international law. He obtained a LL.M. in International Law from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University in 2011, and is completing a doctorate in Law at Harvard Law School. He is co-director of Phase 1 of the Center for U.S. and Mexican Law’s Gulf of Mexico Transboundary Resources Project, which explores potential areas of regulatory conflict in the Gulf of Mexico. Garcia Sánchez oversees the Mexico research of the project.
To learn more about the Gulf of Mexico Transboundary Resources Project, click here.
The conference agenda of the US-Mexico Chamber of Commerce is available here.