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The first North American energy community
HOUSTON – The US-based nonprofit International Society for Mexico Energy (ISME) recently introduced NorthAmericanEnergy.org; the first online energy community connecting Mexico, the United States, and Canada.
“The economic recovery from COVID will be hard and likely long. Therefore, we see an opportunity for companies, organizations, and professionals to accelerate their business recovery. Besides, to get more integrated -as a community,” said ISME’s president, Noé H. Sáenz.
“NorthAmericanEnergy.org is an online community for industry, government, and academic leaders of the three countries. Thus, people who are interested in participating in an ongoing North American energy dialogue”; said Karla Mendoza, ISME’s public affairs director.
Moreover, “since its founding, ISME’s mission has been to build bridges between Mexico and the energy world“. Consequently, “this community is a great permanent platform where everyone can contribute and receive recognition”; said ISME’s vice-president, Andrea Calo.
Furthermore, “imagine companies and professionals finding each other based on their area(s) of expertise”. Besides, “learning about events and opportunities in one single place;” accordingly said ISME’s trilateral supply chain committee chair, Sandy Basler.
Finally, join the community alongside leading professionals and companies. For instance, like ATCO, Baker McKenzie, Burns & McDonnell, EDF Renewables, Emerson. Also, IEnova, Roxtec, Kiewit, North American Development Bank, among others, at www.NorthAmericanEnergy.org
The US-based nonprofit association provides a permanent neutral space for international industry, governments, and academia. Hence, our association is for networking and education across Mexico’s energy sectors: upstream, midstream, downstream, and electricity.
Since mid-2020, ISME broadened its mission to the North American Energy region. Accordingly, it started its successful trilateral webinar series and published the paper “Integrating a North American Energy Community”. In brief, this research is currently available at ISMexicoEnergy.org