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Jimena Elizondo Garrido is an Associate at Rodríguez Dávalos Abogados, participating in distribution, transmission and storage projects for hydrocarbons, petroleum products and petrochemicals, as well as in public tenders and Corporate Law issues. She participated in the public bidding proposal for the Morelos, Chihuahua, Tamazunchale, Sasabe-Guaymas pipelines, among others. She also collaborated in the bidding process for the granting of the urban solid waste Concession in Mexico City, which is located at the Bordo Poniente Landfill; in preparing the bidding requirements for the Ramones Phase II project; and in the preparation of the legal and negotiation strategy for the first ethane pipeline transmission contract in Mexico. She has experience in the regulatory area in terms of applications, modifications and transfer of permits from the Energy Regulatory Commission and Ministry of Energy and other authorities. She has also participated in the negotiation of contracts between Pemex and the Federal Electricity Commission.
Jimena has participated in the development and obtaining of permits for electric power projects, as in the case of power generation projects through renewable and stationary energy sources.
Her previous work experience was at Garcia Alcocer S.C., serving as an intern in civil and commercial litigation matters.
She obtained a Degree in Law from the Universidad Anáhuac México Norte and a Masters in Government and Public Policy from the Universidad Panamericana.
She is a member of the Association of International Petroleum Negotiators (AIPN) and the National Association of Corporate Lawyers. She serves as a Representative of the Institute Advisory Board of the Institute for Energy Law and as Co-Secretary of the Mexican Association of Natural Gas; in addition, she is Legal Adviser to the World Energy Council.