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Webinar: Venezuela’s Energy Outlook at the Maduro Administration’s One Year Mark

Date: February 12, 2014WebinarsWebinars
Time: 11am San Diego (2pm New York, GMT/UTC – 8 hours)
Contact: Alexis Arthur

Almost one year since the death of Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez and election of Nicolás Maduro, questions continue to swirl around where the country's energy sector is heading and particularly at national oil company PDVSA.
 
Venezuela remains Latin America’s largest oil producer and exporter, but production has been trending downward and the Maduro Administration has so far been unable to reverse the backsliding trend. Meanwhile, high hopes for joint ventures with foreign companies to boost production in the Orinoco belt have been dampened by project delays, leaving many analysts less than optimistic about a turnaround in Venezuela’s oil fortunes, at least in the short term.
 
Join us for a webinar discussion with David Voght, Managing Director of IPD Latin America and Venezuela energy expert, to untangle Venezuela’s energy policy and review the sector’s outlook as we approach the one year mark for President Nicolás Maduro.
 
Voght’s presentation will be followed by an interactive question and answer session with the audience. If you are interested but unable to attend the live event, please register anyway and we will send you the recording.

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