Russia-Ukraine Crisis: Implications for Latin America’s Energy Sector
*Please note: Current Columbia University affiliates (staff, students, and faculty only) are welcome to attend this event in person.
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has upended energy markets and has brought to the forefront energy security considerations globally. Join the Center on Global Energy Policy for a conversation on what current events in energy markets mean for Latin America’s energy transition, how the region will be impacted by high energy prices, how geopolitical events might be allowing a reset of US foreign policy towards the region (e.g. Venezuela), and what that means for oil markets.
A conversation with:
- Juan Carlos Jobet, Distinguished Visiting Fellow, Center on Global Energy Policy; and former Minister of Energy, Chile
- Dr. Luisa Palacios, Senior Research Scholar, Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia University SIPA; and former Chairwoman, Citgo Petroleum Corporation
- Dr. Mauricio Cárdenas, Visiting Senior Research Scholar, Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia University SIPA; and former Minister of Finance and Energy, Colombia
This event will be hosted in person in New York City and live streamed via Zoom. Please note: Only current Columbia University affiliates (staff, students, and faculty only) are permitted to attend this event in person.
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