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A slow and halting transition

Latin American countries are seeking urgent economic revival ahead of decarbonisation. Despite the forthcoming COP26 meeting, energy transition is not an urgent priority for some leaders in the Americas, writes Maria Kielmas.

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PR Sept 21 pp26-27.pdf

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Journal title: Petroleum Review

Region: Latin America

Publisher: Energy Institute

Subjects: Energy transition - Oil and gas - Geopolitics -

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