Round Table: Corruption: A pain in the neck in the energy sector?

What are the causes, forms and consequences of corruption in the energy sector?

What has been done so far to fight that phenomenon?

Are solutions suggested in secondary laws feasible?

To what extend could corruption undermine potential achievements of the Energy Reform?

Which other solutions could be implemented in order to fight corruption in the energy sector?

Corruption is present in many ways within the social and institutional structures. In the context of the Energy Reform recently approved arises the need to analyse the various forms that this phenomenon adopts in this sector with the aim to find solutions in order to reduce its incidence and, furthermore, contribute to the success of the Reform.

Programme Highlights

Mexico

Key Speakers

Coordinator

Aurora Pierdant, Wise Business Development

Speakers

Eduardo Bohórquez, Transparencia Mexicana

Juan Eibenschutz, CNSNS

Fernando Casillas Tostado, Independant Consultant and worked for Pemex for 30 years

Fernando Cevallos, Control Risks

David Shields, Energía a Debate

Javier López de Obeso, Baker & McKenzie Abogados, S.C.

Round Table: Corruption: A pain in the neck in the energy sector?

What are the causes, forms and consequences of corruption in the energy sector?

What has been done so far to fight that phenomenon?

Are solutions suggested in secondary laws feasible?

To what extend could corruption undermine potential achievements of the Energy Reform?

Which other solutions could be implemented in order to fight corruption in the energy sector?

Corruption is present in many ways within the social and institutional structures. In the context of the Energy Reform recently approved arises the need to analyse the various forms that this phenomenon adopts in this sector with the aim to find solutions in order to reduce its incidence and, furthermore, contribute to the success of the Reform.

Programme Highlights

Mexico

Key Speakers

Coordinator

Aurora Pierdant, Wise Business Development

Speakers

Eduardo Bohórquez, Transparencia Mexicana

Juan Eibenschutz, CNSNS

Fernando Casillas Tostado, Independant Consultant and worked for Pemex for 30 years

Fernando Cevallos, Control Risks

David Shields, Energía a Debate

Javier López de Obeso, Baker & McKenzie Abogados, S.C.