As with most oil-producing countries, Ecuador has been greatly impacted by the global supply glut, demand destruction and price crash. But adding insult to injury the country has also had to manage a major landslide that crippled much of its oil pipeline infrastructure. Energy Minister Rene Ortiz has nonetheless issued a call to action for a historic moment to reduce fuel subsidies in the Andean nation. We connected with Quito-based lawyer, Julian Pastor a partner at the firm of Sempertegui Abogados to discuss how Ecuador is navigating the COVID-19 crisis, as well as the challenges for the nation’s energy sector.
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Great panel to discuss #Oilandgas update -#price, #upstream and #production, #storage, #downstream and #DosBocas with Mr. Sladen from Recoinnatre Ltd., Warren Levy, Jaguar Exploración y Producción, Rosanety Barrios @vozexpertamx @pzarater @AztecDuncan @MexicoInstitute
Continuing with the last day of our #LJC2020 to discuss #gas and #power update -pipelines, #power markets and #renewables moderated by @MontseRamiroX @vozexpertamx with @memo_z @LeoBeltranR, Juancho Eekhout @IEnova_MX and Gerardo Serrato from Hartree Partners #LJC2020
The #power sector #model in #Mexico needs to fit with the current situation in order to continue receiving #private #investment and develop the sector #LJC2020