This article was first published at IPS News Sep 22 2020 By Rene Roger Tissot VERNON, Canada, Sep 22 2020 (IPS) - Can the “energy transition” in Latin America help address the risks caused by greenhouse gases (GHG) on the climate, and the economic...
By Leonardo Beltrán | Tue, 09/15/2020 - 18:18 In its April 30 edition, The Economist published an article with the headline, “The 90% economy – Life after lockdowns,” which basically reflected on the impact the COVID-19 pandemic would have on the world economy....
In advance of this year’s Madrid Energy Conference, we are hosting a series of curtain-raiser webinars to allow for a deeper dive into some of the key themes that make up the conference agenda. Liquefied natural gas (LNG) trade and the regional natural gas market outlook are crucial topics of shared interest in Europe, Latin America the United States.
This month’s featured analysis, A Not-To-Do List for Guyana’s New Administration When It Comes to Oil, was timed to coincide with the arrival of the new administration in Guyana
This article was first published by Inter Press Service (IPS) Opinion By Jeremy M. Martin and Kathryn Hillis LA JOLLA, California, Aug 24 2020 (IPS) - Just over five years ago, a major oil discovery occurred on the northeastern coast of South America....
The 2020s will see electric vehicle deployment on a massive scale as a part of our energy transition away from fossil fuels.
Oil majors including Shell and BP recently announced plans to write off as much as $22 billion and $17.5 billion worth of assets, respectively, after slashing their long-term price assumptions for oil and gas to reflect the effects of the
El pasado 25 y 26 de febrero se dieron cita directores de empresas, funcionarios de gobierno y actores clave para dialogar y expresar sus puntos de vista y su percepción respecto a la situación energética actual.
The April edition of Energy Panorama arrives as the world continues to navigate and manage crisis. We reiterate our best wishes to everyone directly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Siendo una de las economías de más rápido crecimiento en América Latina y el Caribe, la República Dominicana ha experimentado un incremento en la demanda de energía en la última década.