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Jun 24 2014 / 12:00 AM- 12:00 AM
Hotel Intercontinental Las Condes
AVENIDA VITACURA 2885, LAS CONDES • SANTIAGO
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On May 15, Chilean President Michelle Bachelet announced her administration’s “energy agenda.” The plan seeks to avoid an energy crisis in a country that imports 97 percent of its fossil fuels and depends on hydropower for 42 percent of its electricity generation.
The “energy agenda” is aimed at reducing energy prices and sets forth a strong role for the Chilean government in planning, regulating and managing energy supplies. In addition, the plan promotes non-conventional renewable energy development and the interconnection of the nation’s two power grids, as well as transforming the role of national oil company ENAP and boosting liquefied natural gas (LNG) capacity.
The roundtable is set to coincide with the 100 day mark of the Bachelet administration. Panels will assess the concrete steps for action being proposed, the need to move past diagnosis, finding areas for dialogue between the government, NGO’s and private sector, incentivizing competition in the electric generation market, and where sources such as natural gas/LNG, coal, and renewables fit in Chile’s energy matrix.
- Máximo Pacheco Matte, Minister of Energy
- Marcelo Tokman, General Manager, ENAP
- Felipe Cerón, CEO, AES Gener
- Carlos Finat, Executive Director, Chilean Renewable Energy Association (ACERA)
- Rafael Francolino, CEO, Gas-Stream
- Daniel R. Kastholm, Managing Director, FitchRatings
- Renny López, Director – Energy, CAF – Development Bank of Latin America
- Diego Luna Quevedo, Chile Representative, Fundación Futuro Latinoamericano (FFLA)
- Franciso Mualim, CEO, Chilquinta
- Albert Nahas, Vice President for International Government Affairs, Cheniere Energy Inc
- Laine Powell, Senior Vice President South America – Statkraft AS
- Jorge Rosenblut, Chairman, Endesa Chile
- Diego Stabile, CEO, SOLGAS (GDF SUEZ)
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