On May 22nd and 23rd the Institute of the Americas hosts the XXVIII La Jolla Energy Conference. As we count down to this year’s Conference, we’ll be raising the curtain on a few of our key topics and panels. As we gather this year, we’ll spend time assessing the dramatic transformation that the global energy sector is undergoing and implications for our hemisphere. The resurgence in upstream developments across the region will be featured but also against the backdrop of the question of how much oil and for how long? Venezuela will be a key area for discussion including our nightcap roundtable focused on political developments and a full panel on the future of the energy sector and discussion of the path forward.
#CapacityBuilding schemes to collaborate on more responsible and sustainable operations at the extractive and energy sectors is crucial. Energy development based on prevention and strategic management - #sustainable and #equitableorigin @IOA_Energy #LJC19
At the end of our #Geopolitics for #Energy” workshop in La Jolla, California @iamericas featuring participants from the Western Hemisphere including: #Argentina, #Bolivia, #Brazil, #Canada #Colombia #Guyana #Mexico and the #US #LJC
Como parte de las actividades de la XXVIII La Jolla #Energy Conference del @iamericas @IOA_Energy comienza el taller sobre el triángulo de litio en Latinoamérica y su rol en el futuro del almacenamiento para la region.4
Learning about lithium supply & demand at #LJC19 @iamericas with an electric bus onsite https://t.co/SQZMKXwKXC2
Tengo el honor de participar en la XXVIII Conferencia de Energía de La Jolla inaugurada por @TheodoreGildred Presidente del @iamericas y agradecido por ser parte del @IOA_Energy como Non-resident Fellow impulsando el diálogo en las Américas4