It is no secret that nearly all of Big Oil’s revenue is at risk with the energy transition. For the world to limit temperatures to 1.5 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels—a key objective of the Paris Agreement—the IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) has stated that we will need to reduce today’s coal consumption by 95%, oil consumption by 60%, and gas consumption by 45%...all by 2050. This will require a never-before-seen transformation of the entire energy industry.
In Latin America, energy stakeholders are moving to diversify their portfolios with low carbon fuels, hydrogen, renewable generation, and LNG. Yet many of them are failing to see the major hazards involved in this transition, potentially losing billions of dollars in expropriated assets and weak market demand.
On June 21, at 11 AM EST, the Director of Energy at AMI, Arthur Deakin, will be joined by AMI’s Managing Director, John Price, to discuss the key topics in Latin America’s energy sector that no one is talking about.
In addition to answering questions from the audience, we’ll cover the following topics:
With net-zero targets covering 90% of global emissions, where are traditional energy operators most likely to lose money in Latin America?
Which energy subsegments in the region are the most likely to experience politically motivated lawsuits and interference?
How do foreign companies avoid picking the wrong local partner and falling into the trap of systemic corruption?
Renewable energy adoption in LatAm is lower than the global average—despite rich resources. What obstacles do investors and companies need to overcome for an eventual acceleration?
What are the key risks being overlooked within LatAm’s green hydrogen development?
Attending this webinar will give you both a high-level overview and a granular, market-by-market understanding of how your company can take advantage of the transformation of the region’s energy sector.
All webinar attendees will also receive a free copy of AMI’s newest data-laden whitepaper, entitled: The Road to Net Zero: Opportunities in Latin America’s Energy Transition.
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