Proceedings of the 1993 InterAmerican Petroleum and Gas Conference
The 1993 InterAmerican Petroleum and Gas Conference (IPGC) took place September 27--28, 1993, in Dallas Texas. The EPGC was sponsored by the US Department of Energy, organized by the East-West Center and hosted by the Institute for the Study of Earth and Man at Southern Methodist University. The IPGC brought together senior oil industry and government representatives from the United States and Latin America to discuss energy security and more efficient resource utilization through improved cooperation and integration of upstream and downstream activities in the United States and Latin America with an emphasis on technology investments and complementary trade strategies. Special attention was given to the growing opportunities for private and foreign investment, trade and joint commercial ventures between US and Latin American companies. The papers included in these proceedings include most of the presentations offered at the conference that addressed a number of key issues including financial challenges of the hydrocarbon sector, regional and national outlook on the world oil market, upstream and downstream outlook, role of natural gas, and environment and infrastructure requirements. Selected papers have been processed separately for inclusion in the Energy Science and Technology database.
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|Subject:||petroleum | natural gas | PETROLEUM | MEETINGS | NATURAL GAS | LEADING ABSTRACT | MARKET | INVESTMENT | PETROLEUM INDUSTRY | NATURAL GAS INDUSTRY | PRICES | REFINING|
|Type of publication:||Book / Working Paper|
|Type of publication (narrower categories):||Congress Report|
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