Even before extreme weather conditions in the Southern Cone burdened national electric grids and energy infrastructure, countries of the region were struggling to meet their internal energy demand. In some cases, years of poor policy decisions and lack of investment in the sector – particularly in the oil and gas upstream – had left the energy industry in a tenuous position.
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