Argentina: Energy

In its urgent effort to regain energy self-sufficiency, Argentina is looking to create conditions that encourage investment in its huge shale oil and gasfields at Vaca Muerta and plentiful renewable sources such as wind and sun. It also has high hopes for its nuclear power industry

Alignment is required between official targets and oil company actions

Fresh discovery indicates life beyond Vaca Muerta

‘A stable and predictable business environment is essential to draw the investment capital needed’

Technical leaps must be matched by infrastructure and finance

Funds are short but many companies want to be involved in renewables

Miguel Gutiérrez aims to make group more efficient amid latest economy shocks

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