A Latin America Energy Advisor Q&A featuring viewpoints on the U.S.-Caribbean Partnership to Address the Climate Crisis 2030.
A Latin America Energy Advisor Q&A on whether Chile’s lithium sector is losing ground to other producers.
Top content from the weekly Energy Advisor publications this year.
Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó and his allies need continued U.S. support to prevent Citgo’s seizure, said Citgo Chairwoman Luisa Palacios.
How are governments and companies in the region integrating digital technologies in the power sector?
Colombia’s government has developed a roadmap for expanding the country’s oil and gas reserves, Deputy Energy Minister Diego Mesa said.
We are pleased to announce that Dr. Jorge León has joined the Dialogue’s weekly Energy Advisor publication’s board of advisors.
by Erik Brand, Publisher The Latin America Advisor’s editorial team has produced more than 50 editions of the weekly Energy Advisor this year for subscribers at many of the world’s most respected companies, as well as leading universities and government agencies on four continents. I am delighted to share ten…
We are pleased to announce that Jose L. Valera has joined the Dialogue’s weekly Energy Advisor publication’s board of advisors.
Will Pemex’s most recent oil discoveries be enough to reverse the country’s output declines?
Argentina is on track to have 20 percent of its energy come from renewable energy sources by 2025, according to the government, but many hurdles remain and not everyone is convinced that timeline can be met.
How does USMCA, the new NAFTA deal, affect the energy sector? What are the biggest changes? Will it boost investment and cooperation?
It’s not all about oil in Mexico.
While never a major source of power generation for most of Latin America and the Caribbean, the future of coal in the region is more complex than many people might expect.
The administration of U.S. President Donald Trump is mulling possible sanctions on Venezuela’s energy sector, including on state-run oil company PDVSA, Reuters reported in June. Approximately 8 percent of U.S. oil imports in March came from Venezuela, the third-largest oil supplier to the United States. What would happen if the United States stopped buying oil from Venezuela?