Edgar Rangel Germán: A Remembrance
MEI Report No. 808 — One executive of a major oil company wrote that “Edgar was the reason why we believed that one day we could do business in Mexico.” His Ph.D. in petroleum engineering from Stanford University gave him a credibility with international audiences that no one else in Mexico had. His untimely death at age 42 as the technical face of the Hydrocarbon Commission is a loss much greater than anyone in Mexico suspects.
Exhibit A of this report is a summary of Edgar’s professional activities at Stanford (1995-2000)
Exhibit B is CNH’s profile (in Spanish) at the time of his appointment in 2009.
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An article published in Milenio by George Baker: Click Recordando a Édgar Rangel Germán.
For more information about Edgar’s academic and professional accomplishments, click Stanford University.
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