Season’s greetings from La Jolla! It has been a challenging year, but we hope this edition of Energy Panorama finds you well and beginning to enjoy the holiday season. We are pleased to share our annual compilation for your holiday reading, viewing and listening pleasure.
We concluded the year with our Argentina Virtual Oil & Gas Roundtable, a program that had been set for in-person sessions in mid-March in Buenos Aires. The event focused on balancing potential and challenges, as our event summary is titled. Across several panels this conundrum was very evident: panelists highlighted the huge potential for oil and natural gas production, while also lamenting the shortfalls due to economic, political and regulatory instability. But, there was a good deal of optimism, based largely on the recently enacted Plan Gas 4 policy framework and bidding, as well as an uptick in activity in the country’s oil patch. The event summary and panel videos can be found below.
Keeping with our annual tradition, the December edition of Energy Panorama serves to provide a year-end reflection through selected reports, analysis, podcasts and webinars that we produced this year, as well as insights from our diverse programming across the hemisphere. What follows is a curated compendium of the 2020 IOA Energy & Sustainability Program.
While the early part of 2021 looks to be more of the online, virtual setting, we hope to see you in the latter part of the year. Indeed, 2021 marks the 30th anniversary of the La Jolla Conference and we will be making a major announcement in January.
We wish you and yours a joyous and peaceful holiday season!
Argentina Virtual Oil & Gas Roundtable
Latest Opinion & Analysis
Madrid Energy Conference
La Jolla Energy Virtual Conference
Other Event Videos from 2020
Reports from 2020
Opinion & Analysis from 2020
Can Latin America Produce Sustainable Aviation Fuels?
Will Argentina’s New Plan Successfully Boost Gas Output?
Has Progress on Latin America’s E-Mobility Stalled?
Looking for Jobs in Latin America – Can the Energy Transition Help?
A Not-To-Do List for Guyana’s New Administration When It Comes to Oil
Is Chile On Track to Become Carbon Neutral By 2050?
Pros and Cons of a Super Regulator – The case of the Spanish Regulator
Is Covid Speeding up Latin America’s Energy Transition?
Energy Integration Key After the Pandemic
Latin America’s Potential Green Hydrogen Economy
Do Mexico’s New Power Sector Rules Favor the State
Electricity Demand During Lockdown: Evidence from Argentina
Will Investors Leave Vaca Muerta Amid Lower Oil Prices?
Walking the Talk on Climate Change after the Pandemic: Reorienting State-Owned Enterprises towards Sustainability
Mexico’s Fuels Market and a “Double Whammy”
Climate change and human rights
Does Hydrogen Fuel Have a Bright Future in Latin America?
“Samba” Auctions, a Model for Latin America
Webinars from 2020