Register For This Event
Dec 11 2018 / 9:00 AM- 11:00 AM
National Press Club, Fourth Estate Room
529 14th Street, NW, Washington, DC
Save To iCal
Latin America has increasingly figured in the headlines with the commencement of the 116th US Congress in January on the horizon. Among these stories are key developments for the energy sector: the newly minted USMCA free trade agreement, new governments in Mexico, Brazil, and Colombia, continued debate over Venezuela, and the role of US energy exports to the region, particularly natural gas and LNG. Meanwhile, President Trump and his administration have ratcheted up the rhetoric with respect to the region in recent weeks, the Democrats have regained control in the House of Representatives, and new committee chairs will attempt to reshape the agenda in both chambers. With many questions on the table, Latin America’s evolving role in US trade and foreign policy and the resulting shifts in hemispheric energy relations demand further analysis.
Join us for an important discussion on what the new Congress will mean for the US-Latin America energy relations.
- Neil Brown, KKR Global Institute
- Nelson W. Cunningham, President, McLarty Associates
- Daniel Kastholm, Managing Director, FitchRatings
- Mark Nelson, Regional Vice President, Sempra Energy
- Katherine Tai, Chief Trade Counsel (Democratic Staff), Committee on Ways and Means, US House of Representatives
- Jeremy M. Martin, Vice President, Energy & Sustainability, Institute of the Americas
- Lisa Viscidi, Director, Energy, Climate Change & Extractive, Industries Program, Inter-American Dialogue
In partnership with:
This event is made possible thanks to the support of
Register For This Event:
Registration is closed for this event.
Back to Upcoming Events