Mauricio Roitman holds a master’s degree in economics with honors from the University of Surrey in the United Kingdom, a diploma in energy economics and energy planning from Copime-IAE General Mosconi, and holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from Universidad Argentina de la Empresa (UADE). Mr. Roitman has taken several executive education courses including economics for regulation at the Center of economics studies for regulation (Centro de Estudios Economicos de la Regulación) of Universidad Argentina de la Empresa (UADE) and the World Bank. Before assuming his current position as Chairman of ENARGAS, he served as Undersecretary for Scenarios and Project Evaluation at the Ministry of Energy and Mines. Prior to that he worked at the consulting firm Montamat & Asociados and was Consulting Projects Director at Energy Consulting Services. He was also parliament advisor in the Commission for Energy and Mines at the Argentine Senate and parliament advisor in the Energy and Fuels Commission at the Chamber of Deputies.
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Special thanks to Mr. @FLBen_VM for the invitation to @Jacsanc @iamericas to participate and collaborate in this wonderful event that had the presence of #energy professionals in the country and from abroad. #WomeninEnergy #WIN20194
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Thanks to @EcuadorSpe for the invitation to the “#Women in #Energy 2019” conference in Quito, Ecuador. @Jacsanc Energy & Sustainability Policy Associate at @iamericas participated in the panel “women working towards building a better energy future” #WIN20193
Último panel, grupo de mujeres al frente de empresas de energía y petróleo, buscan crear más redes estructurales, que permitan promover intercambio de conocimientos, generación de debates y creación de ideas innovadoras”
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