Publications

  • ENERLAC. Revista de energía de Latinoamérica y el Caribe

    2017. This issue of ENERLAC offers 6 academic articles on different areas of knowledge of the energy sector in Latin America and the Caribbean. It has the contribution of industry leaders who provide their vision on topics of regional interest. A new phase of the Journal is launched, which is expected to support the development of knowledge and skills in the Region.

  • Balances of useful energy manual 2017

    The purpose for this document is to propose an update of the OLADE methodology for developing Utilizable Energy Balances (1986). Certain areas were identified for improvement such as definitions, especially in the transportation sector and other sectors, and in transformation centers. The updated methodology proposes a baseline document that analyzes the concepts of utilizable energy.

  • Energy Statistics Manual 2017

    2017. OLADE makes available to its Member Countries and to the energy community this Manual, which is intended to become a reference guide for the administration of energy statistics and promote the strengthening and sustainability of a structured system, fundamental for organized management, standardized, and efficient energy statistics.

  • Energy Planning Manual 2017

    2017. OLADE presents this Manual that encompasses in detail each of the energy planning stages. The OLADE’s interest is to achieve the practical implementation of this Manual as an exercise in strengthening the capacities of our institutions, so the past experiences and relevant knowledge can be replicated throughout the region.

  • Recomendaciones de política para el sector energètico de América Latina y el Caribe en apoyo a la implementación de las NDCS.

    2017. The document indicates that LAC countries have a real leadership in the contribution of actions to stabilize the global temperature of the planet below 2°C, in this context it analyzes the following topics: 1) the INDCs presented by Latin America and the Caribbean, 2) energy policy - climate change, and 3) synergies between the agendas of climate change and energy.

  • Energy Statistics 2016

    2016. The Latin American Energy Organization (OLADE) presents significant statistical data on the energy sector of 27 countries of Latin America and the Caribbean. The source of this information is the Energy Economic Information System (SIEE) which makes available to the community 46 years of historical series of energy statistical information of the Region.

  • Rapid checklist assessment tool for hydroelectric projects

    2016. The Latin American Energy Organization (OLADE) asked that a tool be designed to assess the basic factors for effective CSR in the hydropower industry from a holistic perspective that includes social, environmental, economic, technical and internal interventions at all stages of hydroelectric project development and operation: a) Feasibility, b) Design, c) Construction...

  • Overview of the actions taken by the Latin American petroleum producing countries against the international crude oil price drop.

    2016. The document provides a summary of the geopolitical and economic situations that contributed to the decline in oil prices, presents a monitoring of the actions / strategies that have been taken by the oil exporting countries, and outlines alternatives that could be implemented by the affected countries. The intention of the document is to become an input to generate discussion.

  • Energy Statistics Report 2016

    2016. AVAILABLE FROM 1 DECEMBER. This report presents a summary of the most relevant energy flows of the last ten years of Latin America and the Caribbean. Likewise, data on the refining capacity, generation, prices, reserves, potentials and indicators of the 27 OLADE Member Countries are recorded.

  • Energy Policy. A Practical Guidebook

    2016. This Energy Policy: a practical guidebook, designed primarily to offer to OLADE’s Member Countries a useful capacity-building tool on the approaches and assessments needed to foster consistencies in political decision making, supply needs, existing and potential energy resources, and national energy projections on a regional scale.

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