NRGBriefs: May Day Celebrations, No Expropriations Expected

(Energy Analytics Institute, 1.May.2022) — Energy briefs including Trinidad and Tobago’s Prime Minister Keith Rowley and Minister of Energy and Energy Industries Stuart Young visiting Washington, DC to discuss regional energy matters; May Day (1 May) celebrations taking place across the Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) region but no asset expropriations expected this time around.

LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN

Source: MEEI Minister Stuart Young

Trinidad and Tobago

— Trinidad and Tobago’s Prime Minister Keith Rowley and Minister of Energy and Energy Industries Stuart Young spent a wk in the US capital Washington, DC to conduct meetings w/ “many in the leadership of the US to progress the interests of TT, our region, the USA and Europe,” Young announced 1 May 2022 on Twitter.

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Venezuela

Energy Analytics Institute (EAI) Quick Takeaway: Amid the infamous May Day that has been occasion of asset expropriations in the LAC region in oil and gas producing countries from Bolivia to Venezuela under leaders from Evo Morales to Hugo Chávez, no assets take backs are expected today.

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