“Venezuela Sells, But Who’s Buying” (with Jose La Rosa). Forbes Blog . July 8, 2020

“Keeping Up With the Jones Act! Changes A Pandemic and Price War Could Bring!” (with M. Foss, K. Medlock, A. Mikulska and T. Loch-Temzelides) . Forbes Blog . April 8, 2020

"Hacia una reforma del sector hidrocarburos en Venezuela". Prodavinci. August 20, 2019.

"Taking Over CITGO Is the Key for the Future". Caracas Chronicles. March 17, 2019.

"And now... las bombonas". Caracas Chronicles. August 14, 2017.

“Why is Venezuela’s Oil Sector So Shattered?” Natural Resource Governance Institute Blog . February 8, 2017.

"El futuro petrolero de Venezuela y la COP 21" (with María Alejandra De Francesco). Prodavinci. April 20, 2016.

"¿Por qué Venezuela dejó de importar gas de Colombia?" (with Armando Flores). Prodavinci. July 1, 2015.

"Sobre la venta de la Refinería Chalmette de PDVSA" (with Armando Flores). Prodavinci. June 19, 2015.

"¿Cómo afecta a las parlamentarias la caída del precio del petróleo?" (with Armando Flores). Prodavinci. May 15, 2015.

"¿Qué implica para una empresa mixta petrolera acceder a SIMADI?" (with Armando Flores). Prodavinci. March 13, 2015.

Media Mentions

Baker Institute Webinar on the role of auction design, fiscal and contractual framework on the development of the oil and gas sector in Latin America, as part of a series with Graduate Students with the Center for Energy Studies.

Together with Peter Hartley (Professor at the Economics Department at Rice University and Fellow at the Center for Energy Studies) and Francisco Monaldi (Director of the Latin America Energy Program at the Center for Energy Studies).

Presentation of a report discussing the proposed reforms for the hydrocarbons sector in Venezuela, organized by Chatham House.

Together with Jose La Rosa Reyes (Center for Energy Studies, Rice University), Luisa Palacios (Center on Global Energy Policy, Columbia University), Andrés Rozental, (Founding President, Mexican Council on Foreign Relations; Senior Adviser, Chatham House), Nick Norton, (UK Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office) and Valérie Marcel, (Chatham House)