In the decade since opening its energy sector, Colombia has earned a reputation for stability and success. The country has won plaudits across the hemisphere from its neighbors and investors. Colombia’s energy reforms of 2003 were studied closely by Mexican authorities as they rewrote their own energy laws this year. However, as oil and gas production has dipped below targets and exploration has fallen short of expectations, the country is struggling to meet its immediate energy needs as well as attract the investment necessary to sustain the energy sector into the future. Importantly, as participants at the Colombia Energy Roundtable in Bogotá underscored, Colombia has realized that both community engagement and environmental stewardship are critical to achieving that goal.
#Energy #Cooperation We welcome & recognize the XXVIII La Jolla #EnergyConference ⚡ as a key event to facilitate dialogue on some of the most important energy and sustainability issues in the region 🇲🇽 🇺🇸 Congrats! @iamericas @IOA_Energy @TheodoreGildred
Our President @TheodoreGildred being interviewed by @ELTIEMPO and speaking about the important role of the #WesternHermisphere in #economicdevelopment, #energysecurity and #culture.
Agradezco a @jermartinioa del @iamericas la oportunidad de compartir con los participantes del seminario Geopolitics of Energy mis perspectivas sobre el sector energético mexicano como Non-Resident Fellow del @IOA_Energy4
This year, our “Geopolitics of #Energy Workshop” previous to the XXVIII La Jolla Conference. https://t.co/ww0wcFRfMU is hosting participants from #Argentina #Brazil #Colombia #Guyana #Mexico and the #US