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“Nada como la energía para superar la pobreza”:
An Exchange with Colombian Minister Tomás González




Newly appointed Mines and Energy Minister Tomás González stressed the important role of the oil and mining sectors in funding government efforts to promote peace and economic development in Colombia at a private meeting hosted by the Dialogue in Bogotá, Colombia. Read more.


Mexico's Electricity Reforms:
Promise and Challenges

      Stefan Andrej Shambora/ Electric Power Line Towers/ CC BY 2.0

Mexico's energy reform opened the door for much-needed improvements in the electricity sector, but structural change will be a long process and the greatest benefits will materialize only over the course of a decade, according to a recently released report from the Inter-American Dialogue featured in the Financial Times and Mexico's AM. Click here to read the working paper in English. Para leer el informe en Español, favor de hacer click aquí.


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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.

The Energy Program is now accepting internship applications for Fall 2014 and Spring 2015. Click here for more information.


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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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