The Structure of Natural Gas Markets in Argentina and Antitrust Issues in Regional Energy Integration
AbstractThe purpose of this paper is to take a closer look at the process of natural gas market integration in the Southern Cone of South America. More specifically, the paper examines infrastructure and performance of the sector in Argentina, the effects that this sector has had on overall regional energy integration, and what regulatory and antitrust issues have arisen throughout the region as a consequence.
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Date of creation: Dec 2001
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Private Sector; Public Utilities; Petroleum; Coal & Natural Gas; Integration & Trade; gas industry; competition; regional economics; privatization;
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