Welcome to the September installment of Energy Panorama.
This year, September means the final countdown to the La Jolla Energy Conference. On October 11-12 we are pleased to host the XXXII annual edition.
We look forward to a series of big debates and high-level discussion mixed with our traditional one-of-a-kind networking and locale. But don’t just take our word for it, check out what many of our longstanding partners and attendees have to say in our La Jolla Conference moments video.
We have subtitled this year’s conference “Enlightening the path to transformation.” Our two-day plus agenda will feature senior US government officials, representatives from the region’s national oil companies, power sector, the Brazilian and Chilean government, and a wide range of senior executives from companies and investors active in the region, many of whom are driving innovation and transformation. Join our distinguished roster of speakers, Steering Committee members, sponsors, Non-Resident Fellows and all the attendees from across the hemisphere who will convene here in our lovely seaside home next month.
While we were keenly focused on finalizing plans for the La Jolla Energy Conference this month, we also published the first brief by our China-Latin America Non-Resident Fellow, Thiago de Aragão. China and Xi Jinping are faced with a challenging dilemma. The Chinese economy relies more on investments than on consumption. These issues and what they mean for Latin America are at the center of the brief and the subject of our La Jolla Conference “nightcap roundtable.”
Chris Sladen, our Non-Resident Fellow, published a fun Latin America & Caribbean energy quiz in his latest Energy Matters essay. Check it out, it’s “As easy as 1-2-3.”
See you here in La Jolla on October 11-12!
China’s Consumption Challenge Brief
October 11-12 | La Jolla, California
April 9-11, 2024 | Madrid, Spain