About The Latin American Energy Review
The Latin American Energy Review was established in 2013, like the tagline says, to help generate intelligent debate on energy issues relating to Latin America and the Caribbean. It is meant to generate discussion on possibilities. All energies, such as oil & gas, natural gas, shale, as well as renewables such as wind, solar, hydro, biofuels, etc., are included. And so are equally important related topics, including but not limited to policymaking, finance, investment, energy transmission.
But the perspectives are always global: emerging markets generally are covered, and the viewpoint of other regions looking at LatAm/Carib are also very present.
Carlos St. James is the founder and publisher of The Review. Please contact carlosstjames[at]yahoo.com if you want your article to appear in The Review.