The United States, Mexico, and Canada have long been strong partners in energy cooperation and trade. Over the past several years, those ties have deepened as energy trade has increased substantially, and Mexico’s energy reforms have created new opportunities. As the administration pushes forward with potential changes to NAFTA, what might be the impact on energy trade across North America? Are there opportunities to expand the benefits of energy trade? Could NAFTA renegotiations present new challenges or in any way impede energy trade?
Please join us on March 23 for a panel discussion on energy trade and NAFTA.
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Rep. Will Hurd (R-TX)
Rep. Michael McCaul (R-TX)
Robert E. Wihelm Fellow at MIT
Mexico’s Former Deputy Secretary of Energy for Hydrocarbons
Director, Canada Institute, Wilson Center
Senior Fellow, Peterson Institute for International Economics
Chairman, Energy Advisory Board, Atlantic Council