Founder of first Women’s Energy Network chapter in Mexico encourages young women to pursue STEM careers, contribute to improving the industry.
María Luisa Licón understands that with reform comes not only change, but opportunity.
It was the Mexican energy reform of 2013 that elevated her interest in pursuing energy law as a career. When the Mexican government opened the previously nationalized market, allowing foreign investment and involvement after nearly 80 years, Licón had a front-row seat as part of a Dallas-based law firm.
“I am passionate about energy law because energy is such an important economic area here in Mexico,” said Licón, who has been a member of the Marathon/ARCO team based