HOUSTON, — Blue Bull Energy announces its launch as a minority-owned energy consulting firm providing strategy, business development and technical oil and gas expertise to clients in Mexico and in the United States with a business plan to evolve into a full-scale energy company.
The announcement was made by Alma Del Toro Ford, Blue Bull Energy’s president, who said she founded the firm to incubate her vision of an energy company that develops business as much as communities. Del Toro Ford recently served as Western Hemisphere Senior Business Development Advisor at BP, one of several leadership roles she held as part of 17 years of experience with the energy giant.
Blue Bull has kicked off its business with several significant projects that will contribute to growing capability within the Mexico energy industry:
- COTEMAR Mexico – E&P and offshore services strategy
- Statoil – Mexico
- Trust Control International – Business development
- EMUSA Oil & Gas – Commodities and investment
- Rust Patrol – New market access
- USA oil and gas start-up – Development, evaluation, private equity funding and deal structuring
Blue Bull has also formed business alliances with some of the most influential firms in México, EY Energy Consulting, Marcos y Asociados and with former Secretary of Energy Directors. In addition, and aligned with its commitment to giving back, Blue Bull chaired the first black tie gala for the Multicultural Education and Counseling Through the Arts (MECA) and was successful in exceeding the fundraiser goal of $35,000 USD!
MECA is a community-based non-profit organization committed to the healthy development of underserved families here in Houston. Del Toro Ford is passionate about developing opportunities for others as much as developing business: “I am beyond honored to be a MECA Board Member. I immediately fell in love with MECA’s mission, giving a chance to children and youth who don’t have access to role models or the means to aspire to an exciting horizon. Given my humble background, MECA felt like home right away. I see myself in every MECA student.”