November 2015, Vol. 242, No. 11

Features

Latin America Forced to Face Growing Supply-Demand Gap

Latin America’s prominence on the world gas stage has increased over the last several years. Although it is well-endowed with natural gas resources, the region has struggled to find its footing as both a natural gas producer and consumer. Consequently, Latin America’s potential as a natural gas import province is the topic of increasingly animated debate. Potential upstream investors, midstream infrastructure developers, and the financial and legal institutions keen to support the development of Latin America’s hydrocarbon supply and distribution all have a vested interest in understanding its role in the global gas business of today and tomorrow. But even in this day and age of instant co

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