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  • [2012-10-23] Analysis of RDL 13 2012 and the energy situation 

    Unknown author
    This document analyzes the effects of the moratorium on renewable energy incentives passed in Spain in January 2012. It draws the following conclusions: 1) Adjustments to the electric grid should neither be placed on ...
  • [2011-10-26] How Should Mexico's State-Run Pemex Be Reformed? 

    Inter-American Dialogue’s Latin American Energy Advisor
    In an interview with Fortune, the CEO of Mexico's Pemex, Juan José Suárez Coppel, described the state oil company's problems as having "too many cooks in the kitchen," adding that efficiency gets lost. Coppel suggested ...
  • [2011-02-14] How Would a Rousseff Presidency Affect Brazil’s Energy Sector? 

    Inter-American Dialogue's Latin American Energy Advisor
    On Oct. 3 Brazilians will vote in the general election to replace current President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva. With a commanding lead in the polls and a potential first-round victory, Dilma Rousseff is being watched for ...
  • [2012-05-02] Is Chile's New National Energy Strategy a Promising Plan? 

    Inter-American Dialogue’s Latin American Energy Advisor
    Chilean President Sebastián Piñera released a National Energy Strategy last month designed to formulate a comprehensive energy policy through 2030. In recent years, Chile has struggled to meet rapidly rising demand, and ...
  • [2012-08-29] Will Peña Nieto be able to win support for energy reform? 

    Inter-American Dialogue’s Latin American Energy Advisor
    Mexican President-elect Enrique Peña Nieto has said that reforming the state-run energy sector will be his "signature issue" and that he aims to refashion Pemex in the image of Brazil's Petrobras, Bloomberg News reported. ...