No hay razón para flexibilizar las regulaciones para promover la minería en América Latina. Esta publicación sostiene que la región debería fortalecer los estándares sociales y ambientales, y prepararse para un posible nuevo ciclo minero impulsado por la transición a energías limpias.
There is no reason to slacken regulations in order to promote mining in Latin America. This publication argues that the region should in fact strengthen these standards to prepare for a possible new mining cycle fueled by the transition to clean energy.
Over the last decade, LNG prices in the three main markets of North America, Western Europe and East Asia have diverged significantly at times. This briefing presents two case studies of developing countries that have faced challenges in securing public revenue from their natural gas industries.
The Tanzanian government and a consortium of companies are negotiating the regulatory terms for a game-changing LNG project. In this brief, the authors update a previous analysis of some of the key decisions that will be made in the negotiation and their potential impact on whether the project proceeds and the levels of revenues that it could generate for the government.
There is a reasonable chance that foreign investment in the LNG project will not happen under current conditions. If the project does proceed, the government revenues it generates are unlikely to be transformative.