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Latin America stands to benefit from importing U.S. natural gas.

Energy dependence and vulnerability are serious issues in the Caribbean, where residents suffer from high and fluctuating electricity costs, frequent blackouts and poor service. Electricity prices are some of the highest in the world, averaging US$0.33 per kilowatt hour compared to $0.09 per kilowatt hour in the United States. Oil reliance is stifling the Caribbean’s economy and the region must work towards diversifying its matrix if it wants to be competitive.

Six people were reported dead after a massive gas explosion at a natural gas storage plant near Puebla, Mexico yesterday.

How to build a smart hemispheric energy grid for the twenty-first century.

Brazilian imports of natural gas from Bolivia have fallen steadily from a high of 31.5 million cubic meters per day at the end of 2008, to 25 million earlier this month and now to only 21 million cubic meters daily.

Does ethanol make environmental sense? Bruce Dale, Professor, Michigan State University, and David Pimental, Professor, Cornell University, duel over biofuels

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