AS/COA will host Mexican Senator David Penchyna Grub, Congresswoman Rocio Abreu Artiñano, and Congressmen Juan Bueno Torio and Rubén Camarillo Ortega for a public panel in New York. All four are key members of Commissions involved in drafting the country’s energy reform; President Enrique Peña Nieto signed the legislation’s secondary regulations into law on August 11, ending a 75-year monopoly by state-run company Pemex. According to the Mexican government, GDP will increase by two points by 2025, 2.5 million new jobs will be created, and the cost of energy will decrease because of the reform. The legislators will discuss their views on the reform as well as the legislative process and implications for Mexico's and North America's future.
- David Penchyna Grub (PRI) - President, Senate Energy Commission (View his presentation.) (Mire la presentación del senador.)
- Juan Bueno Torio (PAN) - Secretary, Energy Commission
- Rubén Camarillo Ortega (PAN) – Secretary, Energy Commission
- Rocio Abreu Artiñano (PRI) - President, Environmental PEMEX Commission
- Enrique Perez Grovas, Partner, Latin America Business Center, Financial Services, Ernst & Young LLP (Moderator)
Note: This event is free of charge. Prior registration is required.
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Rocío Abreu Artiñano
President, Environmental PEMEX Commission
Rocío Abreu Artiñano has been federal congresswoman since 2012. She is president of the Special Commission for Environmental Damages in the states where PEMEX operates, secretary of the Climate Change Commission and member of the Infrastructure, Constitutional Amendments, and Ports commissions. From 2009 to 2012, Congresswoman Abreu was local congresswoman in the State of Campeche, where she was president of the Interior and Constitutional Amendments commissions.
Secretary, Energy Commission
Rubén Camarillo has been national congressman since 2012. He is secretary of the Energy and Jurisdictional commissions, and member of the Rules, Regulations and Parliamentary Practices commission. From 2006 to 2012, Congressman Camarillo was Senator for the State of Aguascalientes, where he headed the Commission of Foreign Affairs and was vice coordinator of the National Action Party (PAN) in the Senate. He was also local congressman in the state of Aguascalientes, where he coordinated PAN Congressmen and presided the Commission of Interior.
Juan Bueno Torio
Secretary, Energy Commission
Juan Bueno Torio has been national congressman since 2012. He is secretary of the Energy commission and member of the Finance and Monopolistic Practices and Market Regulation Monitoring commissions. In 2006, he was elected Senator for the State of Veracruz. Congressman Bueno Torio was CEO of PEMEX Refinación, a subsidiary of PEMEX from 2003 to 2006. From 2000 to 2003 he was under-secretary of Small and Medium Enterprises at the Secretariat of Economy.
President, Senate Energy Commission
David Penchyna has been Senator for the State of Hidalgo since 2012. He is president of the Energy Commission, secretary of the Foreign Affairs with International Organizations Commission and member of the Constitutional Amendments and Finance commissions. Senator Penchyna has been elected federal congressman two times and has held several positions in the federal and State of Hidalgo governments. He is political analyst for Canal 40, and writes for newspapers including El Universal, Reforma, and Milenio Diario Hidalgo.
Enrique Pérez Grovas
Partner, Latin America Business Center, Financial Services, Ernst & Young LLP
Enrique Pérez Grovas is partner in the Latin American Business Center at Ernst & Young. He is a Mexican public accountant with over 15 years of experience advising clients on international tax issues arising in Mexico and Latin America and was a partner at Chevez, Ruiz, Zamarripa y Cia, S.C. before joining EY. Enrique is particularly active in the banking & capital markets industries, as well as in the energy sector.