Andrés has over two decades of experience in geopolitics and energy. A political scientist by training, he’s spent most of his career writing, both as an analyst and an author. As a journalist, he's been published in outlets such as the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, and Time Magazine.
More recently, he has led Montel’s expansion into Iberia and other new markets.
Colombian by birth, he specialises in energy markets of Latin America, the Middle East, and Southern Europe, where he’s been based for more than 15 years.
Andrés advises on energy politics and regulation, geographical expansion, risk analysis, and green market developments.
Present: Managing director, Americas, Montel
2016-2021: Iberian Editor, Montel
2000-2016: Foreign correspondent for several outlets in Colombia, Dominican Republic, New York, Paris, Madrid, Bahrein
2018: Colombia chapter in "After the Fall: Energy Security, Sustainable Development, and the Environment", published by Lexington Books
2013: Co-author of "America’s Blind Spot. Chávez, Oil, and US Security", published by Continuum