Date: July 15
Time: 10:00 am San Diego (12:00pm Peru; GMT/UTC - 7 hours)
Contact: Alexis Arthur
The webinar will be held in Spanish without interpretation
As Peru strives to continue growing its economy, the country must also address its future energy. On the back of a booming economy, demand for energy has been increasing by up to 9 percent per year. Peru both exports and imports large amounts of energy; most of its exports consist of natural gas, and the majority of its imports are in the form of crude oil. Peru’s energy future will not only be affected by what is happening inside its borders, but also by global energy trends. What will be the world energy trends that will have the most impact in Peru in 2030?
Join us for a webinar discussion on Peru’s energy outlook with Eleodoro Mayorga Alba, Former Minister of Energy and Mines, Peru, and Pedro Gamio, former Vice-Minister of Energy and Energy Coordinator for the COP20.
Mayorga and Gamios’ presentations will be followed by an interactive Q&A with the audience. If you are interested but unable to attend, please register anyway and we will send you the recording.
Date: July 29
Time: 11:00am San Diego (1:30pm Caracas; 2:00pm New York; GMT/UTC - 7 hours)
Contact: Alexis Arthur
Natural gas in Venezuela rarely grabs headlines but its abundance warrants analysis. According to the US Energy Information Administration, Venezuela’s 196 trillion cubic feet (tcf) of proven natural gas reserves are the second largest in the Western Hemisphere after the United States. Yet exploration and production of natural gas has lagged behind the oil industry. Important developments, particularly at offshore gas fields, could begin to reverse the trend.
Join us for a webinar discussion with Antero Alvarado, Managing Partner for Gas Energy Latin America in Venezuela, who will analyze the outlook for the country’s natural gas sector. Mr. Alvarado will examine exploration and production prospects as well as export opportunities.
Mr. Alvarado’s remarks will be followed by an interactive Q&A session with the audience. If you are interested but unable to attend, please register anyway and we will send you the recording.
SENTRI has been essential to the economic growth and viability of our bi-national region.
On September 22, Congresswoman Lynn Schenk, who championed the SENTRI program by carrying it through Congress and fighting for its approval, will be joined by UC San Diego Chancellor Pradeep Khosla and others to spearhead the effort to find solutions. Chancellor Khosla has recruited a team of local visionaries, and technology and transportation experts —the Envision the Border Study Team— to write a White Paper which will be presented at the September 22 roundtable. The paper will provide steps that San Diego can take to lead our nation in border crossing efficiency and innovation.
Event: Luncheon Roundtable
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