IOA Annual Report 2022


Energy & Sustainability Program A T

he Energy & Sustainability Program continued its efforts aimed at shaping and informing the public policy and investment discourse across our hemisphere in 2022. Our team based in La Jolla, CA with non-resident fellows in Mexico, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Uruguay, Canada and the UK strives to enhance the debate of critical energy and sustainability issues through timelyevents andpanels, thought leadershippieces including reports, op-eds and policy briefs as well as direct engagement with governments.

We were also very pleased with the return of our in-person events in 2022. In April of this year, we relaunched the in-person Madrid Energy Conference: Where Europe and Latin America meet for energy dialogue. In May we returned to Buenos Aires for our Argentina Energy Roundtable. In late September, the La Jolla Energy Conference returned to an in-person format here at our Pacific home. To set the stage for our discussions and key themes at the XXXI La Jolla Energy Conference, we conducted two “Curtain Raiser” interviews. One with Jose Luis Manzano , Chairman of Integra Capital and another with Tom Reichert, CEO of Environmental Resources Management (ERM). We also resumed our conference sideline interviews. We spoke to Gladis Genua from CAF, I gnacio Horvath the CEO of ANCAP (Uruguay) and Duncan Wood of the Wilson Center.


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