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Argentina's Electrifying Reforms

On June 17, Argentines woke up to an unprecedented power outage, affecting over 50 million users in Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay.

Turkey, Ukraine, and the Energy Marketplace

BY ILIYA KUSA AND ANDRIAN PROKIP

Changing geopolitical conditions and mercantile interests have effectively put Ukraine and Turkey in the position of competing for the energy market. Though a recent high-level meeting in Ankara saw Presidents Volodymyr Zelenskyy and Recep Tayyip Erdoğan trying to work out agreements on trade, transportation, and energy, the stakes are high in this contest, and a path to success is clear for neither country.

Brazil's Changing Energy Landscape

The past few weeks have been disruptive for the energy sector in Brazil—one of the country's most strategic sectors.

Why Was Energy the First Concern of Zelenskyy’s Security Team?

BY ANDRIAN PROKIP

Director Duncan Wood Responds to Mexico Refinery Decision

"Hardly a surprise for industry insiders who have known and have told the government that it was an impossibility at that price. Now Pemex faces another challenge when it can least afford to be distracted from its main goal of raising crude oil protection. However, AMLO may now be able to slow things down and perhaps even use this as a semi-graceful exit strategy from the whole refinery debacle."

Liberalizing Ukraine’s Electricity Market: Benefits and Risks

BY ANDRIAN PROKIP

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