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    Overview

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    Cecilia Cahuayme-Zuniga has vast experience in international energy law, in particular in the LNG business. Prior to joining the firm, she was a senior lawyer for the company with the first liquefied natural gas plant in South America. Her duties there included conducting due diligence process and legal reviews of financial contracts for the issuance of international bonds, securing compliance of obligations related to contract services agreements, and environmental regulatory requirements. Additionally, she managed corporate litigation disputes involving civil, commercial, constitutional, labor, and environmental matters.

    Cecilia is not admitted to practice law in Texas.

    Professional History

    • PERU LNG S.R.L., Lima, Peru
      • Senior Lawyer (2016-2018)
      • Lawyer (2013-2016)
      • Junior Lawyer (2011-2013)
    • License to Practice Law in Peru, August 2012

    Professional Affiliations and Recognitions

    • Member, Lima Bar Association
    • Member, Association of International Petroleum Negotiators
    • Member, Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation
    • Scholarship Award Recipient, Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation - RMMLF 2019-2020, Westminster, Colo.
    • Beacon Award Honoree, Mithoff Pro Bono Program – UT Law School 2019-2020, Austin, Texas
    • Co-Chair, VI International Congress: Exploration & Production of Oil & Gas (INGEPET), Lima, Peru

    Board Certifications

    • Certification in Oil & Gas Management - University of Engineering and Technology (UTEC), Lima, Peru (2017)
    • Certification in Corporate Environmental Law for Investment Projects – Universidad del Pacifico (UP), Lima, Peru (2015)

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