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OBJETIVO

Banco de Desarrollo de América del Norte

El Banco de Desarrollo de América del Norte (BDAN) se complace en presentar el XXIII Foro Fronterizo de Energía. Este foro reúne a autoridades locales y estatales, desarrolladores del sector privado, académicos, usuarios comerciales a gran escala y a expertos en el sector de energía de México y Estados Unidos. La posición del BDAN como la única banca de desarrollo binacional, le ha brindado la oportunidad de participar en algunos de los proyectos de energía limpia más relevantes en la región en los últimos cinco años. El BDAN ha financiado cerca de $1,500 millones de dólares para 35 proyectos que tienen una inversión total de $5,200 millones de dólares. Con estos proyectos se han instalado alrededor de 2,548 megavatios de nueva capacidad de generación a lo largo de la frontera.

El dialogo del foro se centrará en la prosperidad energética, innovación, financiamiento, el futuro de los mercados de energía, oportunidades transfronterizas y cómo continuar creando alianzas para avanzar los objetivos energéticos de ambos países que finalmente mejoren el desarrollo económico y protejan la ambiente.

SEDE

Hilton San Antonio Airport
611 Northwest Loop 410, San Antonio, TX 78216


El Banco ha negociado una tarifa preferencial para las noches de hospedaje del martes 25 de septiembre y miércoles 26 de septiembre. Se agradecerá reservar su habitación directamente en el hotel llamando al número telefónico 1-888-728-3031 ó a través de la siguiente liga.

Nota: La tarifa preferencial estará disponible hasta el 2 de septiembre de 2018.

Ponentes

Alex Hinojosa<br><strong>Director General </strong><br>Banco de Desarrollo de América del Norte (BDAN)<br><br>El 10 de noviembre de 2017, se nombró al C.P. Hinojosa como Director General del Banco de Desarrollo de América del Norte (BDAN), después de haber fungido como el Director General Adjunto desde enero de 2011.  

Con más de 30 años de trayectoria en puestos a nivel gerencial, Alex Hinojosa cuenta con amplia experiencia en la banca de inversión, la industria de servicios públicos y el financiamiento de proyectos municipales.  

De 2004 a 2010 encabezó las operaciones de banca de inversión de Cabrera Capital Markets, LLC, donde dirigió y administró la emisión de deuda para dependencias estatales, ayuntamientos y organismos operadores de servicios públicos y distritos escolares de los estados suroestes de la Unión Americana. 

En 2010, puso en operación en Austin, Texas, una oficina de J. Stowe & Co., empresa de asesoría que apoya a organismos operadores públicos y privados en la planeación financiera, fortalecimiento institucional y administración de proyectos. De 1984 a 2003, dirigió las finanzas del organismo operador de agua, San Antonio Water System (SAWS), en San Antonio, Texas, donde fue responsable de dirigir y vigilar las finanzas del organismo.

<br><br>Además, el C.P. Hinojosa fue uno de los instructores originales que colaboró en el desarrollo del Instituto para la Administración de Servicios Púbicos (UMI) del BDAN y desde 1999 imparte seminarios sobre temas de administración para municipios y organismos operadores en los 10 estados fronterizos de México y Estados Unidos.

<br><br>Obtuvo el título en Administración de Empresas de St. Mary's University en San Antonio y la maestría en Administración de Empresas de la Universidad de Texas en San Antonio. Es contador público acreditado desde 1983. Es miembro del Instituto Norteamericano de Contadores Púbicos Acreditados y la Asociación de Obras Hidráulicas de Norteamérica (AWWA).

Alex Hinojosa
Director General
Banco de Desarrollo de América del Norte (BDAN)




David Madero<br><strong>Director General</strong><br> Centro Nacional de Control del Gas Natural en México
(CENAGAS)<br><br>Entre sus anteriores responsabilidades se encuentran la de Director Corporativo de Finanzas y Administración en el Servicio de Administración y Enajenación de Bienes, la de Director de Crédito en el Banco Nacional de Obras y Servicios Públicos, así como posiciones de dirección en la Secretaría de Energía, supervisando la ejecución de políticas de Exploración, Extracción y Refinación para la industria de petróleo y gas. Asimismo, participó como miembro del Consejo de Administración de PEMEX y ha desempeñado diversas posiciones de análisis macroeconómico y financiero, así como de diseño de políticas públicas, tanto en la Secretaría de Hacienda y Crédito Público, como en el Banco de México.

David Madero es economista del ITAM, con Doctorado en Economía por la Universidad de California, Los ángeles. Tiene una amplia experiencia en el Sector Público Mexicano, en áreas de finanzas públicas, macroeconomía y políticas públicas, con énfasis en petróleo y gas.

David Madero
Director General
Centro Nacional de Control del Gas Natural en México (CENAGAS)



Oscar Miranda<br><strong>Presidente y co-fundador</strong><br>Smart Grid de México A.C. y LATAM Smart Community Alliance, A.C.<br><br>Profesional en el área de Redes Eléctricas Inteligentes (REI) con más de 25 años de experiencia en el desarrollo de soluciones tecnológicas para el sector energía en México y en Latinoamérica. Pionero en el desarrollo y promoción de soluciones de REI en México. 
 Co-fundador y presidente de Smart Grid de México A.C. y de LATAM Smart Community Alliance AC, miembro del Consejo de Directores de la Global Smart Grid Federation (GSGF), del Comité Consultor de Red Eléctrica Inteligente de la Secretaría de Energía en México y Director General de Effectio Energy Services S.A., empresa dedicada al desarrollo de proyectos y consultoría en Gestión de Energía, Energías Renovables y REI.
Creador y Director Académico del primer diplomado de REI en México, que imparte Smart Grid México en colaboración con la Universidad Anáhuac en dónde dicta la mayoría de las clases, así como cursos diversos de Energías Renovables y Mercado Eléctrico Mayorista.
 <br><br>Actualmente es consultor de empresas del sector eléctrico en temas de Red Eléctrica Inteligente como Director General de la empresa Effectio Energy Services. En dónde ha dirigido diversos proyectos de Eficiencia Energética y Generación Distribuida principalmente con el aprovechamiento de Energías Renovables.  
Oscar Miranda es Ingeniero en Computación por la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México y Maestro en Administración de Energía y sus Fuentes Renovables por el Instituto de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey, adicionalmente ha estudiado diplomados en Liderazgo, Innovación, Estrategia y Gobierno Corporativo en universidades de México y los Estados Unidos. Asimismo, cuenta con el certificado 'Certified Energy Manager' (CEM) emitido por la Asociación de Ingenieros en Energía de los Estados Unidos (AEE), autoridad internacional en la acreditación del conocimiento en las áreas de Mercados de Energía, Eficiencia Energética y Evaluación Económica de Proyectos de Energía.

Oscar Miranda
Presidente y co-fundador
Smart Grid de México A.C. y LATAM Smart Community Alliance, A.C.



Mike Howard<br><strong>Chairman and Chief Executive Officer</strong><br>Howard Midstream Energy Partners, LLC<br><br>Mike Howard is an accomplished leader in the energy industry, with over 20 years of experience developing and managing midstream companies. Since co-founding Howard Midstream Energy Partners, LLC (HEP) in June 2011, Mike has led the company via acquisitions and organic growth projects to own and operate a diverse portfolio of midstream assets including more than 800 miles of pipeline in the Eagle Ford, Permian and Marcellus shale plays, processing plants in South Texas and major logistics port and railroad hubs on the Texas Gulf Coast. HEP is currently constructing a 200-mile pipeline connecting South Texas gas production to the Monterrey, Mexico market as well as a 400,000 Mcfd processing complex in West Texas and 1.6 million-barrel refined products terminal in Port Arthur and Corpus Christi. HEP has deployed over $2.0 billion in green field projects and acquisitions in the last 5 years.
<br>Prior to co-founding HEP, Mike served as President of Midstream for Energy Transfer Partners (NYSE: ETE, ETP), a Fortune 100 company, where he built business units that were responsible for some of the company’s largest organic-growth midstream projects to-date, totaling more than $7 billion. Prior to Energy Transfer, Mike spent two years with Crosstex Energy, L.P. (NYSE: ENLC, ENLK) as Vice President of Engineering and Operations. Mike also held various management positions with Union Pacific Resources and its successor DCP Midstream.
<br><br>Mike received his Bachelor of Science Degree in chemical engineering from Texas A&M University-Kingsville. He lives with his family in San Antonio where he is involved with the Bexar County United Way, San Antonio chapter of YPO, and serves on the board of the Texas Pipeline Association.

Mike Howard
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Howard Midstream Energy Partners, LLC

Leonardo Beltrán<br><strong>Subsecretario de Planeación y Transición Energética</strong><br>Secretaría de Energía (SENER)<br><br>Leonardo Beltrán Rodríguez, es Maestro en Administración Pública en Desarrollo Internacional por la Harvard Kennedy School. 

Obtuvo la licenciatura en economía por el ITAM y cuenta con estudios en derecho por la Facultad de derecho de la UNAM. 

En el Sector Público desempeñó el cargo de Director General de Información y Estudios Energéticos en la SENER, donde también fungió como Director de Negociaciones Internacionales. 

Fue consultor para el Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo, el Banco Mundial, la Organización para la Cooperación y el Desarrollo Económico y la Organización de Naciones Unidas para el Desarrollo Industrial (ONUDI). 

Es Miembro del Consejo sobre el Futuro de la Energía del Foro Económico Mundial (2016-2018). En 2017, se convirtió en Miembro del Consejo de Administración de la iniciativa Sustainable Energy for ALL (SEforALL). 

<br><br>Antes de su designación como Subsecretario, colaboró con el equipo de campaña y de transición gubernamental del Presidente Enrique Peña Nieto, en la Vice-coordinación de Asuntos Internacionales.

Leonardo Beltrán
Subsecretario de Planeación y Transición Energética
Secretaría de Energía (SENER)



Jason Anderson<br><strong>Presidente y Director Ejecutivo</strong><br>Cleantech San Diego<br><br>Jason is President and CEO of Cleantech San Diego, a nonprofit member
organization that positions the greater San Diego region as a global leader in the
cleantech economy. Cleantech San Diego's membership includes more than 100
local businesses, universities, governments, and nonprofits committed to
advancing sustainable solutions for the benefit of the economy and the
environment.<br>
As President and CEO, Jason manages the overall organization and leads
several initiatives critical to the mission of the organization, including Smart Cities
San Diego, advocacy efforts, and economic development programs.
Before joining Cleantech San Diego in 2010, Jason was Vice President of
Business Development for the San Diego Regional Economic Development
Corporation (EDC). Prior to joining EDC in 2006, Jason lived in Austin, Texas,
where he worked in the State Capitol as Legislative Director for Texas State
Senator Frank Madla.
<br><br>Jason holds a degree in Corporate Communications from the University of Texas
in Austin and is a 2008 graduate of LEAD San Diego.
In 2014, Jason was named one of SD METRO's '40 Under 40.' He is a member
of the City of San Diego's Sustainable Energy Advisory Board, the County of San
Diego's Comprehensive Renewable Energy Plan Technical Advisory Committee,
and the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority Advisory Board. Jason is
also a board member of Equality California, the nation's largest statewide
lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender civil rights organization.

Jason Anderson
Presidente y Director Ejecutivo
Cleantech San Diego




Albert Zapanta<br><strong>Presidente y Director</strong><br>Cámara de Comercio México-Estados Unidos<br><br>Mr. Zapanta is President and CEO of the United States-Mexico Chamber of Commerce, which operates 9 regional offices in the United States and 9 in Mexico. Mr. Zapanta is also Founder Member and Chief Executive Office of PAZ Resources, with overall responsibilities of management of the executive staff and overall business strategy. Previously, he was Chief executive Officer of PAZ energy, a single purpose entity that participated in the DFW International Airport natural gas project. He worked in upstream operations of Atlantic Richfield Co. (ARCO Oil & Gas), and retired as Director of Governmental Affairs for ARCO where he was responsible for negotiations with U.S. and Mexican (PEMEX) governments on oil and gas maters, and coordinated ARCO’s effort to deregulate the natural gas market which became law, the Natural Gas Policy Act (NGPA). Mr. Zapanta has held numerous Presidential appointments, including White House Fellow, Senate-confirmed Assistant Secretary of the Interior for Management and Administration, U.S. State Department Advisory Committee on International Trade Technology and Development, and private sector delegate to the U.S.-Mexico Partnership for Prosperity. Gen. Zapanta was appointed Chief of Staff of the Peacekeeping Mission to the United Nations Referendum on Western Sahara. Military officers and soldiers from the USSR, People’s Republic of China, and France served under his command. U.S. Secretary of Defense, Donald H. Rumsfeld, appointed Gen. Zapanta as Chairman of the Reserve Forces Policy Board (RFPB). Gen. Zapanta’s military record includes the award of the Silver Star, 5 Bronze Stars for Valor, Purple Heart, and 30 other awards during the Vietnam War. He was awarded the Joint Service Commendation Medal for Desert Shield/Desert Storm, Restore Hope in Somalia and Restore Democracy in Haiti.
<br><br>He served in the Board of Directors of Tyson Foods and currently is a member of the Board of Trustees, President Gerald R. Ford Foundation and Museum; Senior Fellow, Center for Western Hemisphere Defense Studies; Chairman, Hispanic War Veterans of America; Senior Advisor to TEXTRON and American Science and Engineering on U.S.-Mexico Affairs, Chairman of International Affairs and Sister Cities Committee of the Irving-Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce, and Chairman and CEO of the United States-Mexico Cultural and Educational Foundation. In June 018, he was elected to serve on Irving City Council in the State of Texas.
Mr. Zapanta has a BA in Industrial Psychology, MA in Public Administration and has completed work for his PhD in International Political Economics from the University of Southern California. Mr. Zapanta graduated from the Harvard Graduate School of Business, the Inter-American Defense College at the National War College, Washington, D.C.

Albert Zapanta
Presidente y Director
Cámara de Comercio México-Estados Unidos

Soll Sussman<br><strong>Director General</strong><br>S Cubed Studio<br><br>Soll Sussman is Managing Director of S Cubed Studio, a consulting firm that specializes in developing cross-border ties and partnerships related to energy and the environment in the United States and Mexico.

<br><br>He also advises the Gulf Coast Power Association on its Mexico electric marketing conferences in Mexico City and the North American Development Bank on its plans for a border energy conference.

<br><br>He coordinated the annual U.S.-Mexico Border Energy Forum from its start in 1994 through 2015.  In 22 years, the Border Energy Forum earned a strong reputation as a center for developing energy and environmental projects and partnerships throughout northern Mexico and the American Southwest.

<br><br>He spent 21 years at the Texas General Land Office, a state government agency, working with a variety of energy marketing, renewable energy, alternative fuels and border energy programs.  He joined the Land Office as director of its alternative fuels program, pioneering the entry of natural gas vehicles into the state and national markets.  In 2007, he was recognized with a national Achievement Award from NGV America.

After retiring from the Land Office in 2012, he worked as a Consultant to the Border Environment Cooperation Commission for four years.
He returned to Texas in 1990 after nearly a decade working outside the United States as an international correspondent for The Associated Press. His last post was as A.P. bureau chief for Canada, based in Toronto. He was based in Mexico City for seven years, first as a regional correspondent and then for five years as A.P. news editor for Mexico and Central America.  His domestic assignments for The Associated Press included Dallas, Austin, Washington and New York. 

<br><br>He has a master's degree from the University of Texas' Institute of Latin American Studies and is a graduate of Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore.

Soll Sussman
Director General
S Cubed Studio





Carlos Carranza<br><strong>Director de Financiamiento de Infraestructura y Servicios Financieros</strong><br>Banco de Desarrollo de América del Norte (BDAN)<br><br>Actualmente funge como Director de Financiamiento de Infraestructura y Servicios Financieros en el Banco de Desarrollo de America del Norte y cuenta con más de 14 años de experiencia en las áreas de financiamiento estructurado y project finance.
Ha estructurado el financiamiento de proyectos emblemáticos de energía renovable en México y EE.UU. Amplia experiencia en estructuración de proyectos para Estados y Municipios en México y emisión de Bonos municipales en EE.UU. Adicionalmente, ha desarrollado esquemas de Asociación Público Privadas para Estados y Municipios.
Durante su carrera en el sector de infraestructura ha liderado el financiamiento de proyectos entre los que destacan: (i) el primer proyecto de energía renovable de exportación de México a EE. UU; (ii) el primer proyecto eólico en el norte de México con un off-taker privado; y (iii) la estructuración del primer proyecto bajo un esquema de project finance con un organismo operador de agua para financiar la línea morada en el Estado de Nuevo León.
<br><br>El señor Carranza es egresado de la Universidad Iberoamericana de la Carrera de Contaduría Pública con especialidad en Finanzas.

Carlos Carranza
Director de Financiamiento de Infraestructura y Servicios Financieros
Banco de Desarrollo de América del Norte (BDAN)


Omar Garcia<br><strong>Presidente y Director</strong><br>South Texas Energy and Economic Roundtable<br><br>As President of the South Texas Energy & Economic Roundtable (STEER), Omar Garcia facilitates communication, education and public advocacy surrounding the production of energy resources in South Texas.
An experienced industry leader, Garcia is an expert on business opportunities associated with the Eagle Ford Shale.
Garcia works directly with the oil and natural gas industry, elected officials, community members, regional stakeholders, educational institutions and economic development organizations to ensure that the oil and natural gas industry in South Texas is advancing in a positive way that is mutually beneficial to both the community and the industry.
<br><br>Garcia is a former vice president of the San Antonio Economic Development Foundation. He has over 12 years of economic development experience in working for the Texas Governor’s Office, TIP Strategies, Corpus Christi Regional Economic Development and the City of San Antonio's Economic Development Department.  In addition to his economic development experience, Garcia spent two years working for Bank of America as Vice President of Business Development for their Treasury Management division.
In 2010, Governor Perry appointed Garcia to the Texas Economic Development Corporation. Garcia is a certified economic development finance professional through the National Development Council. He is a Graduate of St. Edwards University with a degree in International Business and Spanish.

Omar Garcia
Presidente y Director
South Texas Energy and Economic Roundtable

Carlos J. Garcia<br><strong>VP Comercialización Gas Natural México</strong><br>BP Energy Company

Carlos J. Garcia
VP Comercialización Gas Natural México
BP Energy Company




Michael Lumbley<br><strong>Socio Director y Director de Desarrollo</strong><br>Alternative Resource Group (ARG)<br><br>Michael Lumbley is a Managing Partner and Director of Development with Alternative Resource Group (ARG). He began his work in the energy sector over 20 years ago in offshore oil and gas exploration with Rowan Drilling in the Gulf of Mexico. He went on to earn his way up to COO for Eclipse International Oilfield Manufacturing, in charge of Program Management for drilling rig manufacturing and refurbishing. After leaving the oil and gas sector in 2009, he shifted his energy focus to renewable project implementation, with a specific focus on solar and energy efficiency. Over the next 9 years he worked for 3 of the top 5 utility scale solar development companies in the country, one of Texas’ premier renewable energy law firms and has consulted with numerous independent developers on projects throughout the United States and Latin America.  With extensive international and Latin American market development experience, he is dedicated to the development and implementation of energy infrastructure in emerging markets.

<br><br>He is also currently rolling out ARG's new Cryptocurrency Clean Energy Project Fund, AR3.  He is a Senior Board Member of Solar Austin working as an advocate for solar policy at the municipal level. He served for two years on the City of Austin Mechanical Plumbing and Solar Permitting Board. He also volunteers his time for numerous educational organizations.

Michael Lumbley
Socio y Director de Desarrollo
Alternative Resource Group (ARG)



Donny Holaschutz<br><strong>Consultant</strong><br>Inodú<br><br>Donny has more than 13 years of experience in energy industry and working with complex systems. He has consulted for startups, Fortune 500 companies, and government agencies to help them execute innovative energy, water and sustainability projects.
As part of inodú, Donny has participated in a broad range of projects in Chile and Latin America and the U.S., including supporting the development, construction and operation of solar, wind, biomass, natural gas, storage and hydro projects.  Has led business development, worked on energy policy, market analysis and energy efficiency studies.
Prior to inodú, Donny worked at Booz Allen Hamilton where he focused on helping define and transform complex projects, including NASA's Orion spacecraft.  He worked for the CFO of the U.S. Department of Energy, supporting the development of a solar innovation strategy to guide resource allocation decisions across the nation's solar innovation pipeline and technology portfolio.
 <br><br>Mr. Holaschutz received his master's degree in Management and Engineering from the MIT Sloan School of Management and the Engineering Systems Division at MIT. While at MIT he specialized on energy systems, sustainability, product strategy and innovation. He received both a bachelor’s and master's in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin. He has worked in the U.S. and Latin America including Mexico.

Donny Holaschutz
Consultant
Inodú

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