By Valeria Dominguez
Energy leaders from three countries came together at the University of Houston last fall.
The North American Energy Ministerial took place at
“Trilateral cooperation is imperative for energy,” Perry said. “Canada and Mexico are the largest energy trading partners for the United States.”
Perry pointed out three areas of collaboration between countries, including infrastructure, technology
The panel discussion was moderated by Ramanan Krishnamoorti, chief energy officer and professor of chemical engineering at UH.
At the conference, Coldwell said that Mexican energy reforms provide an opportunity for Mexico to work with the U.S. and Canada on issues such as trade, infrastructure, investments, information, technological innovation, talent development and energy reliability.
“The future is very positive,” said Coldwell.
Carr spoke on the topic of economic cooperation, stating that partisan politics should be overcome by cooperation to develop low-carbon energy resources.
Views on climate change and the goal of moderating carbon emissions and promoting economic growth in energy were also noted.
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The energy leaders also toured the Texas Center for Superconductivity at UH, housed in the UH Science Center and other buildings on campus. At the center, researchers from chemistry, physics