Professional geologist and lawyer specialized in corporate affairs, management and administration of companies and organizations. Specialist in business, commercial, corporate, administrative and labor law. Strong profile oriented to business management and development; Human resources, their optimization and organizational development; Labor relations and institutional relations with governments, chambers, unions; Communication plan; Corporate Social Responsibility and interaction with communities. Deep knowledge of the energy and natural resources market, having held positions in different stages of projects in leading companies and organizations, both in the private and public sectors. He works as a postgraduate teacher in mining specialty programs and is a reference for permanent consultation in various journalistic media on hydrocarbons and mining.
Mining must resume the role of State Policy from the Nation. For just over 10 years, the provinces have assumed a role that does not correspond to them, such as legislating on substantive issues, when this is the authority of the Nation through the Mining Code and complementary laws. One thing is the domain of the mines, which corresponds to the provinces, and another is the jurisdiction, which corresponds to the Nation. This distortion has caused provinces that prohibit mining in their territory and others that promote it, a situation that has led to a stagnation of the industry. A mining policy model is proposed based on what is indicated by the National Constitution and the Mining Code of the Nation.