Browsing Latin American Energy dialogue, white papers and reports by Subject "Perú"
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[2012-05-10] Agreement for the supply of electricity to Peru and surplus exportation to Brazil: Seeking energy regulation in Peru This study gives a background and analysis of the energy agreement between Peru and Brazil: a history of the agreement and present challenges to current regulation following its approval. It also analyzes agreement ...
[2011-09-01] Can Latin America Capitalize on Oil Wealth in the Long Term? Venezuela holds some 85 percent of Latin America's crude oil reserves, and the region overall has the world's second-largest oil reserves after the Middle East, according to figures presented by the Latin American Energy ...
[2012-05-10] Oil and Gas Projects in the Western Amazon: Threats to Wilderness, Biodiversity, and Indigenous Peoples The western Amazon is the most biologically rich part of the Amazon basin and is home to a great diversity of indigenous ethnic groups, including some of the world’s last uncontacted peoples living in voluntary isolation. ...
[2011-04-07] Promotion of the public participation in Renewable Energy projects and Strengthening of the capacity of FONAM Document shows the present state of renewable energies in Peru, the technologies that have been developed, legal aspects, barriers they face and the possible areas in which they can be developed as a business.