(Energy Analytics Institute, 4.Jan.2022) — Energy briefs including presidential elections in Brazil and Colombia this yr could see showdowns between Lula da Silva and Jair Bolsonaro as well as Gustavo Petro and a new candidate perhaps from Iván Duque Márquez’s party respectively; Mexico’s President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador presenting the country’s Constitutional Law reform initiative related to electricity matters; and more.
LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN
— Residents of Mataderos, Liniers, Villa Luro and surrounding neighborhoods in Buenos Aires continue w/o electricity. According to official Enre records, almost 20,000 people in Buenos Aires are w/o electricity (18,480 corresponded to Edesur and 975 to Edenor), according to reports 3 Jan. 2022 in La Nación.
— In 2022, presidential elections in Brazil and Colombia could see a showdown between Lula da Silva vs Jair Bolsonaro as well as Gustavo Petro vs a new candidate perhaps from Iván Duque Márquez’s party respectively. In France, three women could be vying for the post of PM to replace Emmanuel Jean-Michel Frédéric Macron while midterm elections will also take place in the US.
— Mexico’s President Andrés Manuel López Obrador presented the country’s Constitutional Law reform initiative related to electrical matters which aim to restore Mexico’s energy security, the official announced 4 Jan. 2022 over social media.
— Mexico’s CFE has supposedly restored power to supply to 99% of the users affected by cold front number 19 in the states of Tamaulipas, San Luis Potosí, Veracruz, Puebla, Chiapas and Tabasco, the agency revealed 4 Jan. 2022 in an official stmt on its website.
— Hess Corp. (NYSE:HES) will hold a conf. call on 26 Jan. 2022 at 10am EST to discuss its 4Q:21 earnings. In the US dial 877-693-6685 (pass code 4683739) after 9:45am, while those outside the US can dial 443-295-9223 (pass code 4683739).
— RPC, Inc. (NYSE: RES) will release financial results for 4Q:21 and YE:21 on 26 Jan. 2022 before the mkt opens. The co. will host a conf. call on 26 Jan. at 9am EST. The toll-free dial in number is 1.833.579.0910 or 1.778.560.2620 for int’l callers. The conf. ID is 6289864.
By Ian Silverman, Aaron Simonsky and Piero Stewart. © Energy Analytics Institute (EAI). All Rights Reserved.