THIS MONTHLY BULLETIN OFFERS A CURRENT AND CIRCUMSTANTIAL ISSUE BRIEF ANALYSIS WHICH IS DEVELOPED IN LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN HYDROCARBON AND ENERGY SECTOR.
MONTHLY NEWSLETTER N° 3
CENTRAL AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN ROAD TO GASIFICATION
Natural gas has been positioned as a transitional fuel for the 21st century due to advantageous characteristics like abundance, lower degree of pollution and greater combustion efficiency in combined cycle power plants, which makes it a competitive and preferred energy source compared to many other fuels, especially other fossil fuels.
MONTHLY NEWSLETTER N° 2
VENEZUELA AND TRINIDAD & TOBAGO (T&T): WILL GAS EVACUATION BECOME REALITY IN 2018?
Two countries with very different business schemes sit down to negotiate future natural gas supplies. Trinidad and Tobago, which in the last decade was an ideal gas industry example, today suffers from a drop in production that threatens the island’s prosperity. On the other hand, Venezuela with great free gas reserves, has not managed to monetize its gas by an obsolete remuneration scheme in the domestic market. In a low prices scenario, this export between two neighbors project has a great future.
MONTHLY NEWSLETTER Nº 1
SURPLUS OF NATURAL GAS IN THE SOUTHERN CONE?
Southern Cone countries such as Bolivia, Argentina, Chile and Brazil have been developing and encouraging the production of natural gas, and its commercialization, through pipelines and LNG. For now, everything indicates the market will become highly competitive, but also, will depend a lot on demand, and that the countries of the Southern Cone resume sustained economic growth.