Latin American Energy Organization (OLADE)

The Latin American Energy Organization (OLADE), was born in the context of the international energy crisis of the early seventies, considering the need to establish a cooperation mechanism for the countries of the Region and to contribute for the economic and social development of Latin America and the Caribbean, its main goal, to promote agreements between its Member Countries and carry out actions to satisfy their energy needs by means of the sustainable development of the different sources of energy. Being the political and technical-support organization by means of which its Member States common efforts at integration and development of the regional energy market it has been ratified by 26 countries of Latin America and the Caribbean: Argentina, Barbados, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Ecuador, El Salvador, Grenada, Guatemala, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Dominican Republic, Suriname, Trinidad & Tobago, Uruguay, and Venezuela. Key Energy Statistics Activities Technical cooperation between Member Countries, technical assistance, requirements, support to the Member Countries in specific projects or training.


Key energy statistics activities: Contact details:
Flow(s): Supply, Trade, Transformation, Consumption, Energy Prices and Taxes

Product(s): Coal, Electricity, Natural Gas, Oil, Renewables


Av. Occidental Edif. Olade
Casilla 17-11-6413
Sector San Carlos
Quito
Ecuador

Telephone: (593-2) 2531 572/2293 529
Fax:

Email: dep@olade.org.ec
Website: http://www.olade.org.ec

 

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