Gerardo Márquez has an extensive experience in financial and economic analysis, with deep knowledge on natural gas and electric regulations. He has worked as an economic adviser of the President of Mexico, Deputy Executive Director of Regulation at the National Center for Natural Gas Control (CENAGAS) and Director of Analysis and Regulation in a Qualified Supplier and Natural Gas Marketeer. He has worked on the development of the regulatory role of CENAGAS and as leader for negotiations in gas supply and Electricity Market contracts. Due to his understanding of regulation and market design, Mr. Márquez has been called as an expert in litigations regarding regulated maximum tariffs. He is also well-versed in the development of economic and financial models to support the activities of suppliers in the electric market and infrastructure projects.
Mr. Márquez has two Bachelor's degrees from the Mexican Autonomous Technological Institute (ITAM), in Economics and in Law. He is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Finance from ITAM. Additionally, he coursed programs from the World Energy Council, holds a Continuing Education Diploma in Energy Law by the Escuela Libre de Derecho and various courses regarding the Electricity Market by CENACE.