- Corporate and Aircraft Finance
- Oil and Gas
- Government Contracts and Tenders
- Legal Risk Analysis
|Education||Catholic University (LL.B., 1973); New York University (M.C.J., 1976)|
|Admitted||1974, Argentina; 1981, Madrid, Spain; 1989, Foreign Legal Consultant, New York|
|Memberships ||New York State (Executive Committee, International Law and Practice Section, 1994—), American (International, Tax and Arbitration Law Sections) and International (Vice-Chair of International Commercial Transactions Committee and Liaison with the International Law and Practice Section; Construction, Corporate, Insolvency, Tax, Arbitration and ADR, Business Law and Energy Law Sections) Bar Associations.|
Advisory Board, Council of the Americas, 1992-2005; Arbitrator, American Arbitration Association, 1990—. Advisory Board, Institute for Transnational Arbitration, 1997—. Advisory Board, "World Securities Law Report," 1994—. Chairman, Argentine-American Chamber of Commerce, 1989—. Advisory Board, "Institute for International Law" Dallas. Vice President, American Foreign Law Association. Correspondent, Argentina "The Journal of International Taxation," 1995—.
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Argentina: The Recovery of the Oil & Gas Industry
Carlos Enrique Alfaro, December 4, 2013
Mr. Alfaro stated that 2012 was a turning point for the Argentine oil & gas industry. He noted that the state expropriation (renationalisation) of Repsol 51% ownership in YPF brought the Argentine oil & gas industry back to life.
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