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Sep 27 2012 / 12:00 AM- 12:00 AM
Panama Marriott Hotel
Calle 52 y Ricardo Arias, Area Bancaria, Panama City
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The global natural gas and unconventional resource revolution offers important opportunities for Central America. Notable changes rippling across the energy world on both the supply and demand side merit discussion across the Isthmus. Finding the most appropriate role and framework for natural gas and liquefied natural gas (LNG) development for the region’s electric generation, transport and industrial sectors is critical for government policy makers and the private sector alike.
This one-day policy forum will assess the implications and outlook for natural gas’ potential in Central America in terms of energy security, economics and its role as a cleaner fuel source for the region’s energy matrix, as well as how it fits into the broader energy integration efforts in the region. Topics will also include the role of technology to scale LNG to meet Central America’s market requirements and case studies from other regions with insights as to the evolving role of natural gas and LNG.
Vicente Prescott, Secretary of Energy of Panama
Ada Georgina Barrientos de Flores, Director, Electric Market, National Energy Council, El Salvador
Edgardo Calderon, Executive Secretary, Consejo Director del Mercado Eléctrico Regional (CDMER)
Raul Carral, General Manager, Power Plants Sales, Central America, Wärtsilä North America, Inc.
Manuel Colcombet, Sr. Vice President Strategy and Portfolio Management, International Power GDF Suez
Gilberto De La Cruz Malavassi, Director General, National Center for Electric Planning, Instituto Costarricense de Electricidad (ICE)
Marco De la Rosa, Vice President for Central America and the Caribbean, AES Corporation
Roberto Dobles, Director, Clean Fuels & Energy Las Americas (C-FELA) and former Minister of Environment, Energy and Telecommunications of Costa Rica
Jorge Fisher, Executive Secretary, Central American Electrification Council (CEAC)
Rafael Garcia, Senior Director, Galway Energy Advisors
Eduardo Lima, Vice President for Projects, Pacific Rubiales
Silvia Marucci, Senior Specialist, Liquid Cargoes, Office of Market Research and Analysis, Panama Canal Authority
Juan Manuel Urriola, former Secretary of Energy of Panama
Gardner W. Walkup, Senior Vice President, Strategy, AES Corporation
Ariel Yepez, Senior Energy Economist, Sustainable Development Department Latin America and the Caribbean, World Bank
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