XXIII La Jolla 2014 Energy Conference
La Jolla, CA, May 21-22, 2014
At the XXIII La Jolla 2014 Energy Conference the Western Hemisphere’s top thought leaders present policy updates and outlooks on the year’s key energy trends, including North America’s unconventional resource revolution; the Golden Era of natural gas; Peru’s Camisea project turns 10; energy reform in Mexico;and electric power and upstream hydrocarbon investment updates from across the region.
The Institute of the Americas is an independent, inter-American organization that promotes cooperation between the public and private sectors to improve economic, political and social well-being across the Americas. Founded in 1983 as an impartial, non-profit organization the Institute has focused its efforts in five program areas: energy, journalism, community & border relations, trade, and China-Americas relations. The Institute hosts roundtables and professional workshops at its home on the campus of the University of California, San Diego, and throughout Latin America. The Institute prides itself on providing independent analysis to help shape policy on the most critical economic, political, and social issues across the Western Hemisphere.
Jorge R. Piñon, Director of the Jackson School of Geosciences’ Latin America and Caribbean Energy Program (LACP) and Interim-Director for the Center of International Energy and Environmental Policy (CIEEP) addressed the panelists and audience on the discussion of the Western Hemisphere energy outlook.
To listen to a mini-interview of Mr. Piñon leading-up to the conference click here.