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Latin America and the Caribbean gas long-term outlook H1 2020 highlights

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16 September 2020

Latin America and the Caribbean gas long-term outlook H1 2020 highlights

Report summary

Latin America and the Caribbean have been hit harder than many other regions by coronavirus. The pandemic is affecting Latin America at a time of economic weakness and macroeconomic vulnerability. The mix of external and domestic factors could pose challenges for the development of the gas industry in the region. Gas-to-power consumption will be mostly affected by the rapid increase of renewables projects auctioned in the past five years and the destruction of electricity demand by the pandemic. This is especially critical for Brazil, as pre-salt oil projects will need to manage demand for their associated gas production. Argentina's domestic gas production declined in 2020, due to the new administration's gas price controls, which results in lower gas exports to Chile and higher gas imports from Bolivia.

Table of contents

  • Colombia
  • El Salvador
  • Panama
  • Dominican Republic
  • Jamaica
  • Puerto Rico
  • Argentina
  • Bolivia
  • Brazil
  • Chile

Tables and charts

This report includes 10 images and tables including:

  • Central America
  • Caribbean
  • Argentina gas supply
  • Argentina gas demand
  • Bolivia gas supply
  • Bolivia gas demand
  • Brazil gas supply
  • Brazil gas demand
  • Chile gas supply
  • Chile gas demand

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