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Upcoming Event at the Dialogue:

WHAT DOES NORTH AMERICA'S ENERGY BOOM
MEAN FOR LATIN AMERICA?

9:00 - 10:30 AM
Thursday, April 23rd, 2014


 

We are delighted to host a discussion of the recent boom in North American unconventional oil and gas and its implications for Latin America. Our panel will feature Edward Morse of Citigroup, Sarah Ladislaw of CSIS, and Francisco Gonzalez of Johns Hopkins - SAIS.

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ABOUT

The Energy, Climate Change and Extractive Industries Program seeks to improve understanding and communication on energy policy issues in Latin America through research, public events and roundtable discussions.  By producing balanced analysis and convening policymakers, corporate leaders and industry experts, the program informs and shapes policies that promote investment while encouraging economically, socially and environmentally responsible development of natural resources.  

STAFF

 
Lisa Viscidi, Program Director
Genaro Arriagada, Non Resident Senior Fellow
Paul Shortell, Program Assistant

For more information, contact Paul Shortell at
pshortell@thedialogue.org or (202) 463-2933.

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WORKING GROUP MEETINGS

The Dialogue established its Energy Policy Group in September 2009 with the support and cooperation of the Inter-American Development Bank. Led by Dialogue senior fellow Genaro Arriagada, a distinguished Chilean analyst and former minister of state, the Energy Policy Group consists of a professionally and politically diverse group of some 20 energy analysts, corporate leaders, and policymakers.

Energy Policy Group participants meet two or three times a year to discuss Latin America’s most important energy policy issues and choices. Activities are directed to informing and shaping national and regional policy debates on the energy challenges confronting the countries of Latin America, improving the quality of attention to those challenges, and encouraging multilateral cooperation to address them. Recent meetings include:

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