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Elections & Energy Policy Brief

Jun 17, 2021 | Energy, Oil & Gas, Renewables

FIRST IN A SERIES OF LA JOLLA CONFERENCE 30TH ANNIVERSARY POLICY BRIEFS.

 

This Policy Brief is based upon discussions as part of the Institute of the Americas 30th La Jolla Energy Conference and a Virtual Roundtable held under Chatham House Rules.

The goal is to summarize and add context to those discussions by noting macro trends that impacted the region prior the Covid-19 pandemic, how the pandemic made the situation worse and an overarching analysis of the uncertain future in terms of its political choices and implications for the energy sector, with an emphasis on Ecuador, Peru, Colombia, Mexico and Brazil.

See the full report here.

 

 

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