Eduardo Prud'homme

Special Contributor | Mexico City, MX
Eduardo is an independent energy consultant based in Mexico City with over 22 years of experience in the Mexican energy sector and in regulatory affairs, with a focus on natural gas, liquefied petroleum gas, refined products, electricity and utility projects. He began his career at Pemex, in the refining division. He then worked for Mexico's Energy Regulatory Commission (CRE) for 14 years, becoming the Tariffs General Director in 2010 and its Chief Economist in 2014. From July 2015 to February 2019 he served as the ISO Chief Officer for Mexico's pipeline operator Cenagas overseeing the technical, commercial and economic management of the Natural Gas Integrated System (SISTRANGAS).

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The State of Mexico’s Natural Gas Market Today

Understanding Mexico's Emerging Natural Gas Market: A Series by Eduardo Prud’homme
The far-reaching energy reform put into place between 2013 and 2014 in Mexico entailed a promise: that the opening to private investment and the promotion of competition in the only sector that had remained closed in Mexico would lead to greater growth, more jobs and lower prices of electricity, natural gas for domestic use and gasoline. Read More