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Americas Gas Summit 2018 & Powering Latin America and Caribbean 2018

14 - 16 November 2018

ERM is sponsoring and presenting at the 2018 Americas Gas Summit (AGS) & Powering Latin America and Caribbean (PLAC) taking place in Panama City on November 14-16.

With renewable energies seen to potentially become the largest source of energy globally, a partnership with clean and convenient natural gas as a transition fuel is crucial in overcoming the current challenges for renewables in volume, availability, intermittency, storage, and energy density. The two events, co-located in Panama City, work together to strengthen Panama’s position as regional energy, trading and logistics hub while highlighting investment and development opportunities across the entire energy value chain.

Learn more about the Americas Gas Summit 2018

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ERM at the Conferences

Americas Gas Summit

Keynote: Regulatory aspects of the Mexican Energy Reform, lessons learned
Friday, November 16th; 10:30am - 10:45am
Jaime Martinez, Business Development Director, ERM

Powering Latin America and Caribbean

Environmental, Regulation & Policy Insights
Friday, November 16th; 10:00am - 10:45am
Alejandro De Jesus, ERM

ERM's Speakers

Alejandro De Jesús
Mr. De Jesus is an ERM Partner with more than 20 years of experience in the Oil & Gas and Energy sectors as advisor and consultant. His diverse experience includes engineering in petroleum facilities, production, and environmental management. He also has experience managing international environmental programs in Latin America, South America, and the United States and the supervision of a regional environmental management team based in multiple countries. Has participated in several Environmental Impact Assessments in Latin America, including the Equator Principles and Performance Standards.

Jaime Martínez Mondragón
Mr. Martinez has over 40 years’ experience in a wide variety of environmental and H&S projects including regulations, enforcement and compliance with Mexican environmental agencies; hazardous waste; managing projects of environmental liabilities identification; contaminated sites remediation; process safety; environmental, social, and health impact assessments in accordance with Mexican and International regulations (World Bank and Inter-American Development Bank). In addition, Mr. Martinez has experience as supervisor of construction works, wastewater treatment plants operation, hazardous waste management; as well as industrial hygiene programs, air pollution monitoring, environmental audits and environmental management systems.

Location

Central Hotel Panamá
Panama City, Panama