leads Baker McKenzie's energy, mining and infrastructure practice group in Mexico and is part of the EMI Global Steering Committee. He joined the firm in 1998. Benjamin handles all legal matters related to the development and construction of real estate, mining, infrastructure, and major projects. His career includes advising clients on the development and construction of projects related to oil, natural gas, water, waste, railroad, ports, airports, highways, LPG, LNG, biofuels, energy efficiency, electricity, and public bids called by Pemex, CFE, and other Mexican governmental entities. Benjamin is a member of the Association of International Petroleum Negotiators (AIPN).
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