Jazmin Mota-Nieto

OIES-KAPSARC Research Fellow

Jazmin Mota-Nieto is a geological engineer graduated from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). She is a PhD researcher at the University of Edinburgh and a visiting fellow at the National Laboratory of Sustainability Sciences (LANCIS) of UNAM. Her academic interests focus on the environment and energy, extractive industries, energy transition and sustainability sectors. In the professional field, she was director of Clean Technologies in the Ministry of Energy of Mexico (SENER); she worked as a consultant for the World Bank and as a project engineer at the Federal Electricity Commission (CFE). She was a representative of Mexico in the Carbon Sequestration Leadership Forum and the North American Energy Ministerial Trilateral, and other multilateral forums on CCS / CCUS. She has participated in public consultations for energy projects, teaching, training and scientific dissemination activities. Jazmin is the leader of the Mexican Carbon Capture and Storage Platform “MeCCS” and co-editor of the newsletter “Critical Point”, a communication project on CCS and Sustainability for Mexico and the Latin American region.

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