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Welcome to the July edition of Energy Panorama. 

This month’s edition features our two additional Policy Briefs based upon discussions at Virtual Roundtables held during the 30th La Jolla Conference: Electrifying Everything and Future of Hydrocarbons.

The Policy Briefs synthesize expert insights and opinions. As with our first two Policy Briefs from the La Jolla Conference, we prepared summaries and added context to the Roundtable discussions. In Electrifying Everything, we contemplated how to meet growing energy demand and consumption as much as possible through our electric grid.  As to the future of hydrocarbons, the analysis centered on net-zero commitments and targets, climate action and activism, energy security and demands faced by many countries and governments in the Americas.

We also published the latest installment in our series of infographics assessing the hydrogen potential of countries across the Americas. Our third infographic, again based upon 10 questions, analyzed the landscape for hydrogen development and potential in key markets, this time focused on Mexico, Bolivia, Panama and the Dominican Republic.

Be sure to also check out our La Jolla Conference “Deep Dive” interviews and recordings from our panels at the 30th La Jolla Conference. 

Lastly, mark your calendars to join our virtual roundtables on September 29 and October 1 as part of this year’s Madrid Energy Conference. The themes and discussions will again serve to leverage the Europe-Latin America nexus and debate on energy transition and climate action.

Policy Briefs

Electrifying Everything

Future of Hydrocarbons

Infographic 

Hydrogen Potential in Latin America – Third Infographic

Videos

30th La Jolla Conference Deep Dive Videos

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30th La Jolla Conference Panel Videos

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Upcoming Events

Ecuador-US Investment Forum – Sep 9-10

Madrid Energy Conference Virtual Roundtables – Sep 29 & Oct 1

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