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Basham, Ringe y Correa, S.C.

Jorge Eduardo Escobedo Montano

Jorge Eduardo Escobedo Montano

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  • Corporate, Contracts & Foreign Investments
  • Power & Renewable Energies

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Profile
Mr. Escobedo has been with the firm since June 2015 in the Corporate Practice Group. He is also a lawyer in the Energy Practice of the firm.

His experience includes advising in matters related to administrative procedures and regulation compliance (in connection with federal, local and municipal authorities and legislation) in areas such as hydrocarbons, urban development, infrastructure and health. He has also experience in public policy and government affairs.

Since June 2015, he has been actively involved in advising ONGC in all matters related to the tenders called by the National Hydrocarbons Commission for the awarding of Exploration and Extraction Contracts as well as regarding the Energy Secondary laws, Administrative Regulations and Programs announced by the Energy Ministry related to hydrocarbons.

Education

Mr. Escobedo is a Graduate from the Law School of the Universidad Anahuac Mexico Sur and has a Masters Degree in Government and Public Policy from the Panamerican University (Universidad Panamericana). Other formal education includes a Diploma Degree in lobbying and legislative procedures from the Iberoamerican University (Universidad Iberoamericana) as well as a Diploma Degree in Energy Law from the Law School (Escuela Libre de Derecho).
Areas of Practice

Corporate, Contracts & Foreign Investments | Power & Renewable Energies

Professional Career

Professional Activities and Experience

He worked in the Mexican State Oil Company (Petroleos Mexicanos) (2009-2015) as a legislative advisor in the CEO ́s office taking an active role in connection with the Mexican Energy Reform of 2013.
Articles

Logistic Center for the Distribution and Transportation of Oil Products
Basham, Ringe y Correa, S.C., January 2019

The President of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, has passed an executive order whereby he proposed the creation of the “Logistic Center for the Distribution and Transportation of Petroleum Products” (the “Center”), as a decentralized administrative entity separate from the Ministry of Energy, with technical, operational and management autonomy...

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