LIBRO BLANCO. DIÁLOGOS TRIPARTITOS.
2018. The document focuses to the hydrocarbon field of the Amazon Basin and is addressed to the indigenous peoples, the State and the oil and gas companies that are part of the Prior Consultation and that interact in the territorial area of BO, CO, EC, PE and VE, and that recognize the right to Prior Consultation. (Available only in spanish)
CONSULTA PREVIA, LIBRE E INFORMADA. DESAFÍOS PARA SU APLICACIÓN EN EL SECTOR HIDROCARBUROS.
2018. Tripartite dialogue is a tool for citizen participation where individuals are part of the process of consultation and creation of proposals. This document is based on the search, systematization and analysis of the references of the dialogues implemented in BO, CO, EC, PE and VE within the framework of the EAP Program. (Available only in spanish)
ENERGY STATISTICS YEARBOOK 2017
2017. OLADE presents a renewed edition of the Energy Statistics Report that it offers annually. This Yearbook of Statistics provides graphically and easily, processed information that facilitates knowledge about the evolution of the different subsectors and main indicators that delineate a profile in energy subjects of the countries of the Organization. (Available in English and Spanish)
EFICIENCIA ENERGÉTICA EN AMÉRICA LATINA Y EL CARIBE. AVANCES Y OPORTUNIDADES
2017. The present work traces an overview of the state of the art of energy efficiency in Latin America and the Caribbean, it shows the results of the 2030 energy prospective study prepared for OLADE and it seeks to harmonize the results of this study with world energy scenarios proposed by the International Energy Agency. (Available in spanish)
ENERLAC. REVISTA DE ENERGÍA DE LATINOAMÉRICA Y EL CARIBE. No2
2017. The articles presented in this issue of ENERLAC No.2 analyze the following topics: energy and sustainable development, wind turbines, sustainable house in Costa Rica, blockchain and applications in the field of energy, induction cooking in Ecuador, energy security and integration , development of gender equity promoted in OLADE, among other topics of interest. (Available in spanish)
ENERLAC. REVISTA DE ENERGÍA DE LATINOAMÉRICA Y EL CARIBE. NO.1
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
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.