Diana has solid experience in energy matters, oil & gas projects, litigation, and dispute resolution.
Over the past years she has focused her legal practice in the development of energy in Mexico; participation in public international bidding rounds for exploration and extraction of hydrocarbons, among other kinds of tenders; advice regarding complex regulatory matters; development and participation in open season tender processes in midstream; negotiation of supply agreements, take-or-pay contracts, logistics services agreements; advice to several marketing companies of all energy commodities; and participate in the defense of the clients’ interests before administrative courts of law.
In 2020, she was elected member of the firm’s Talent Committee, and President of Fundación Gonzalez Calvillo.
Prior to joining the firm, Diana was General Counsel at Silver Fuels, Inc. and Silver Fuels, LLC, a trading firm based in Houston and Mexico City.
Also, her experience includes working as Legal Researcher at the Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment, focused on sustainable foreign investment, in New York, United States.
Before focusing her practice on energy, oil & gas, Diana spent over five years in litigation and dispute resolution arising out of trade, administrative, and constitutional matters.