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ARGENTINE ENERGY CRISIS REVEALS REGION'S WEAK POWER NETWORK

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Title: ARGENTINE ENERGY CRISIS REVEALS REGION'S WEAK POWER NETWORK
Author: Notisur writers
Subject(s): ARGENTINE ENERGY CRISIS REVEALS REGION'S WEAK POWER NETWORK
Argentine
energy drisis
power network
blackouts
Argentina's economy recovery
starts in Argentina moves to Chile
Chile
power shortages
price frezze
ocassional power cuts
President Nestor Kirchner
purchase of power and gas from neighboring countries
Antofagasta
Atacama
electricity rationing
gas exportation
Bolivia
emergency fuel exports
Brazil
Argentina
Uruguay
ensuring domestic supplies
priority of the brazilians
energy market
hydroelectric
geothermal
environmental and social controversy
indigenous communities
ecosystems
rationalization of prices
Abstract: An energy crisis in Argentina is having a region-wide impact, exposing the risks of interdependent power delivery systems in the southern cone region of South America. As Argentina and Chile face the possibility of widespread blackouts, analysts fear that the power outages and increases in energy costs could slow Argentina's economic recovery and tie up other regional economies.
Date: 2004-04-30
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1928/10953

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