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David Crisostomo

Director, Gas, Power, and Energy Futures

David Crisostomo, director with the Gas, Power, and Energy Futures team at IHS Markit, is an expert in Mexican gas and power markets.

Mr. Crisostomo's research and analysis includes gas and electricity market fundamentals, modeling, regulatory framework analysis, and implications for business opportunities. His research has included natural gas transportation studies, distributed power potential in Mexico and Latin America, power generation and transmission investment opportunities, asset valuations, and the analysis of operational and investment strategies for utilities, financial institutions, and other market participants. Before joining IHS Markit, Mr. Crisostomo was at Iberdrola Spain, where he developed a power dispatch tool for the Spanish market, and prior to Iberdrola, he worked at ABB. He holds a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering from the National Autonomous University of Mexico, a Master of Science from the Delft University of Technology, Netherlands, and a Master of the Electricity Sector from the Pontifical University Comillas in Madrid, Spain.

  • Climate and Sustainability
  • Clean Technology & Renewables
  • Solar Power
  • Wind Power
  • Energy Transition
  • Climate Change
  • Electric Generation Commercial Due Diligence
  • Electric Generation Costs
  • Electric Power Markets
  • Electric Vehicle Power Grid Implications
  • Electricity Demand
  • Electricity Market Modeling and Analysis
  • Electricity Policy and Regulation
  • Energy & Climate Scenarios
  • Energy Environment Policies and Practice
  • Energy Geopolitics
  • Energy Investment Analysis
  • Natural Gas / LNG Markets
  • Power Market Contracts
  • Power Market Investment Strategies

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Mexico’s gas and power sectors: Operating in a centralized energy policy environment

07 May 2020 Latin America

Mexico's private investment slowdown has raised concerns regarding the ability of the country to keep pace with future energy needs. The current administration has focused its efforts on strengthening the role and CFE and Pemex as the primary drivers of future growth.

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