The story of Mexico’s paradigm shift in energy policy is nothing short of extraordinary. The breadth and depth of the reform, the dramatic break with the past, and the positive long-term impact on Mexico’s economy are of course remarkable, but the story of the political process is also worthy of recognition.
Vaca Muerta has been the godsend for Argentina
One of the biggest challenges that the Macri administration faced when it took office in December 2015, was to tackle subsidies (especially in energy) without producing a social disturbance.
Taking Stock of The Macri Energy Reform Agenda: Tariffs and Subsidy Reduction
Electrifying a transport sector to any extent is an endeavor that requires significant evaluation, planning, resource adequacy and proactive charging infrastructure deployment
Towards an Electric Vehicle Future? An Analysis of the State of EVs in Lima, Peru
From regional elections to the ongoing global energy transformation, important energy market developments in Argentina and Mexico and the continuing crisis in Venezuela, discussions again served to foster high-level public-private dialogue on the future of the hemisphere’s energy sector.
This report is about government intervention in the gas sector in Argentina. The cases analyzed are the Reforms of the 1990’s and the subsequent intervention of the government in the gas market when gas supply/demand imbalance in 2004 transformed itself into a supply crisis that lasted for more than a decade. The intervention had pervasive effects on the gas deregulated market.
Government Intervention in the Natural Gas Market: The Argentina Case