Mariana González advises international and domestic clients in the energy industry, focusing her practice on the development of electricity projects, including those regulated by the prior regime in Mexico before the 2013 energy reform legislation. She represents clients in regulatory matters related to energy projects and also drafts and negotiates transactional documents in the industry, such as supply, storage service, land use, and project finance agreements. She has experience handling due diligence reviews of energy projects and participating and advising in the finance stage of projects.
Mariana's recent representations include advising Jinko Solar in the $135 million financing of its photovoltaic solar power project in Mexico; Grupo Renovalia in the development of two wind farms with a total installed capacity of 137.5 MW in Oaxaca, Mexico; Toyota Motor Manufacturing in the negotiation of a long-term natural gas commercialization agreement; and the acquisition of Son de Insurgentes by ENGIE corporate group.
Mariana also has participated in M&A projects in the energy, automotive, and pharmaceutical industries and served a secondment in the corporate legal department at Iberdrola Mexico.
- Georgetown University (LL.M. in Environmental and Energy Law 2019); EGADE Business School, Tecnológico de Monterrey (Diploma in Energy Management Specialty 2018); Escuela Libre de Derecho (Postgraduate Diploma in Energy Reform 2016); Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey (J.D. with honors 2013)
- Spanish and English