Eleventh Meeting in a
Recurring Breakfast Series
to be held in Mexico City
Gulf Coast Power Association (GCPA)
in partnership with
the Women's Energy Network (WEN)
Former Regional Manager for Latin America,
The Economist Group/
Economist Intelligence Unit
Peter K. Nance
This is the eleventh meeting of a series of breakfasts to be held in Mexico City under the auspices of the Gulf Coast Power Association (GCPA). On this occasion, the Women's Energy Network - Chapter Mexico - has joined efforts with GCPA and launched a calling for this meeting. At this breakfast, we will discuss the challenges and opportunities for the Mexico - United States relationship after the recent intermediate elections in the United States, as well as the signing of the TMEC. Also, we will talk about the implications of all of this in the Mexican power sector.
Anna Szterenfeld was Latin America Editor at the Economist Intelligence Unit; research arm of the Economist Group on national economy, industries and business administration practices, and Editor of the weekly newsletter "Business Latin America”. She is graduated from City University of New York-Brooklyn College and holds an M.A. in Latin American and Caribbean Studies from the University of New York.
Peter K. Nance is Managing Director at Que Advisors. He was Executive Director at J.P. Morgan responsible for North America Power Research and has erved in various executive positions including with Black & Veatch and ICF International. He was Senior Fellow and Past-President for United States Association for Energy Economics. Peter has an M.A. in Energy and Mineral Resources from The University of Texas and an M.B.A. from The University of North Carolina.