THE NEW ENERGY LANDSCAPE
In collaboration with ENGIE North America
The continued decrease in the cost of solar and wind technologies and demand downturn of oil and gas, coupled with the global
anticipation of a carbon-constrained future, are driving the energy sector and particularly fossil fuel-dependent countries to revise
their strategies for long-term growth and development. How will global energy markets evolve as a result of these changing dynamics?
How can the right balance between fossil fuels and renewables be found to ensure both energy security and sustainability? What role
should the private sector play in responding to the current climate imperative?
MODERATOR Elena Cherney, Coverage Planning Chief, and Former Global Energy Editor, The Wall Street Journal
INTRODUCTION Christoph Frei, Secretary General and Chief Executive Officer, World Energy Council (WEC)
SPEAKERS Rodulfo Figueroa, Chief Strategy Officer, Petróleos Mexicanos (PEMEX)
Mary G. Powell, President and Chief Executive Officer, Green Mountain Power (GMP)
Juan Pablo del Valle Perochena, Chairman of the Board, Mexichem
Manuel Pulgar-Vidal, Climate and Energy Practice Leader, World Wildlife Fund (WWF)