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The Latin American and Caribbean Energy Review 2003

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  • Mauricio Garrón

    (Latin American Energy Organization)

  • Alejandro Villarreal

    (Latin American Energy Organization)

  • Byron Chiliquinga

    (Latin American Energy Organization)

  • Annette Fitzpatrick

    (Latin American Energy Organization)

  • Maria Sircia de Sousa

    (Latin American Energy Organization)

Abstract

The 2003 Energy review,contains information about the 2003 energy situation of each of our member countries, regional data, as well as economic and social indicators corrected and extended through historical series. It presents and innovative structure for analysis that allows the reader to easily find general information on the energy sectors of the 26th OLADE Member Countries. With the objective of enriching the statistical value that the document has presented since initial editions, this document contains the participation of our Technical Coordinators in the each of our specialized areas of our Organization: Energy Policy, Hydrocarbons, Electricity, Statistical Information, Renewable Energy and Environment. It is likely to emphasize in this occasion, for the first time the Energy Report is spread into the immediate year subsequent to the one of reference, as it was obtained thanks to the effort of our specialists and the cooperation of our Countries Members. The modern world presents us with constant changes and challenges for the security of supply that sets dynamic integration within the strategic areas. In this sense, we expect that this document will be a useful tool to face the challenges of the Energy Sector of our Region.

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  • Mauricio Garrón & Alejandro Villarreal & Byron Chiliquinga & Annette Fitzpatrick & Maria Sircia de Sousa, 2005. "The Latin American and Caribbean Energy Review 2003," Others 0505017, EconWPA.
  • Handle: RePEc:wpa:wuwpot:0505017
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    Keywords

    Energy; energy policy; hydrocarbons; natural gas; electricity; renewables; latin america; bolivia; argentina; chile; peru; uruguay; paraguay; brasil; ecuador; colombia; mexico; venezuela; costa rica; honduras; nicaragua; panamá; el salvador; guatemala; trinidad y tobago; jamaica; barbados; haiti; cuba;

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    • P - Economic Systems
    • Q - Agricultural and Natural Resource Economics; Environmental and Ecological Economics
    • Z - Other Special Topics

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