Marco Oliver holds a BA in Law (cum laude) from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) and an LLM in Administrative Law from the Federal Court of Administrative Justice (TFJA). He specializes in Energy, Environmental, and Corporate Law; additionally, he has completed several courses regarding corporate criminality and human rights protection in the context of extractive industries. His domestic education is complemented by undergraduate studies abroad (King’s College London), the Extractive Resource Governance Program (University of Calgary), and the Energy Strategy and Finance Program (University of Alberta).
With previous experience in the private and public sectors, he joined the National Hydrocarbons Commission (CNH) in 2017, collaborating directly in the bidding processes of Mexican oil & gas contracts. Currently, he is an Area Director responsible for monitoring and addressing the legal aspects of those contracts, including assignments, relinquishments, sanctioning procedures, and contractors’ inquiries.
He speaks Spanish (native), English (advanced), and French (intermediate).