The Latin America and Caribbean Gas Conference & Exhibition (LGC)
EnergyNet and IGU, in partnership with ARPEL and OLADE, are the organisers of the Latin America & Caribbean Gas Conference (LGC), the leading meeting on the continent focused on gas proliferation.
This annual conference gathers Latin American energy ministers alongside major decision-makers of the region to shape future regulation on gas for years to come. The gathering provides sponsors and partners extraordinary networking opportunities with senior-level decision-makers on all levels of the value chain.
The Latin America & Caribbean Gas Conference 2021
Next year the Latin America & Caribbean Gas Conference will be hosted in November 2021, exploring the results of recovery strategies in the previous year as well as upcoming developments in the region. With 2021 behind us, what will we see on the horizon for Latin America and its gas markets in 2022?
LGC Country Spotlight: Colombia
LGC Digital Dialogue: Colombia
Thursday August 5
This digital panel brought together speakers from the Colombian public sector and some of the biggest names in the gas industry to discuss the region's gas landscape, off-shore opportunities, LNG and regional integration.
LGC Country Spotlight: Argentina
Thursday 3rd of June
This digital panel will bring together speakers from the Argentina public sector and some of the biggest names in the gas industry to discuss the Argentinian gas landscape, with a focus on the Vaca Muerta region
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LGC Country Spotlight: Brazil
"How will the new law transform the gas market in Brazil and the region?"
May 6 2021
This digital panel brought together speakers from the Brazilian public sector and some of the biggest names in the gas industry to discuss the impact of Bill No. 14,134 / 2021, which will transform the gas market in the region.
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With a combination of speakers at the most senior-level in the value chain, the discussions and dialogues which occurred not only on stage, but amongst delegates in the networking breaks and deep dives (closed-door country-focused meetings), highlighted the vast opportunities in the region to collaborate and share practice. The meeting also reinforced the importance of getting the right regulatory frameworks in place to allow for regional collaboration, and the essential role gas will play during the context of an energy transition.
With this momentum, LGC is fast becoming the most important gathering between private and public sector key players across Latin America and the Caribbean.
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