Season’s greetings from La Jolla! We hope the final 2021 installment of Energy Panorama finds you well and beginning to enjoy the holiday season.
Keeping with our annual tradition, the December edition of Energy Panorama serves to provide a year-end reflection through selected reports, analysis, videos and webinars.
What follows is a curated collection from the 2021 IOA Energy & Sustainability Program for your holiday reading, viewing and listening pleasure.
As we head into 2022, please mark your calendars for our return to in-person programming with the Madrid Energy Conference on April 6-8.
In January, we will be making an announcement about timing of the La Jolla Conference and return to an in-person format.
We wish you and yours a joyous and peaceful holiday season!
Reflections on Glasgow and COP26
Clean Energy Cost-Savings: A Study of Mexico’s Federal Electricity Commission (CFE)
Hoja de Ruta para el Desarrollo del Sector Energético en Honduras
Future of Hydrocarbons Policy Brief
Electrifying Everything Policy Brief
Future of Transport Policy Brief
Elections & Energy Policy Brief
Brazil’s New Gas Law- Policy Brief
Changes in the generation dispatch criterion in Mexico
Charting a New Path for Latin America’s Electric Utilities after COVID
China Stakes Its Claim in Latin American Energy: What It Means for the Region, the U.S. and Beijing
Western Hemisphere 2021: Energy Landscape & Outlook
Opinion & Analysis
Venezuela sanctions and climate action — a fresh approach
Hydrogen Potential in Latin America – Third Infographic
Hydrogen Potential in Latin America – Second Infographic
Hydrogen Potential in Latin America – First Infographic
Energy Crisis: Tribal Behavior or Quality Decisions Based on Conscious Trade-Offs?
COVID-19 and Climate Change Prompt an Energy Rethink in Trinidad and Tobago
30th La Jolla Energy Conference
30th Anniversary La Jolla Energy Conference Panel Videos
30th Anniversary La Jolla Energy Conference Deep Dive Interviews
A look back on 30 Years of The La Jolla Energy Conference. 1991-2021
Madrid Energy Conference Roundtables
Glasgow and Climate Change: Can Europe help Latin America leverage the new climate economy?
Money, Big Oil, and Climate Change: Will corporate, financial, and judicial activism translate to achieving net-zero goals?
Other Event Videos from 2021
Clean Energy Cost-Savings: A Study of Mexico’s Federal Electricity Commission
US-Ecuador Bilateral Relations Post COVID: Build Back Better Together
México Próspero – A Presentation by Tatiana Clouthier, Mexico’s Secretary of Economy
Latin America’s 2021 Energy Outlook – Resilience and Reset
Report Launch Event: China Stakes Its Claim in Latin American Energy: What It Means for the Region, the U.S. and Beijing
Mesa Redonda Virtual Energía Ecuador 2021 – Playlist