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WEC Scenarios workshop to gather Latin American and Caribbean expertise

The WEC’s World Energy Scenarios team will be hosting a workshop in the Latin America and Caribbean region this month. Energy strategists and other decision-makers from the region are encouraged to attend.
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Energy sector faces increasing pressures from climate change – new report

The energy sector is facing increasing pressures from climate change. All segments of the industry will be affected by the changing global climate and the policy responses to it.
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World Energy Council study highlights massive challenges to the energy system of Latin America and the Caribbean

The Latin America and Caribbean region must optimise its energy supply options nationally and across the region in order to support the needs of its growing economies and increasing population, according to a World Energy Council (WEC) report presented at an event organised by the Colombian member committee of the WEC (COCME).
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WEC report highlights the critical issues affecting the global and regional energy sector

For the first time energy price volatility and recession have replaced climate framework uncertainty as dominant concern among world energy leaders
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World Energy Council issues official statement during 22nd World Energy Congress

WEC calls for policymakers and industry leaders to “get real” as the global energy body exposes the myths informing the energy debate and defines a path to a more sustainable energy future.

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Ecuador joins the World Energy Council

Ecuador has formally joined as a member country of the World Energy Council in a ceremony in Quito.

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Bolivia puts on major energy congress

The annual congress of WEC Bolivia next month will look at national and regional energy prospects in the backdrop of global oil and gas dynamics.

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22nd World Energy Congress reflects concerns about shifting energy agenda

The significant interest in the 2013 World Energy Congress reflected global concerns about today's shifting energy. Read more

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