Horizon Engage will host an exclusive event with our Indonesia expert, Siwage Dharma Negara, to take an in-depth look at the 2024 Indonesia elections and their impact on foreign direct investors. Join us as we look at the hidden influencers in a potential Prabowo administration.
The Ubadari offshore gas field in eastern West Papua province will be the first in Indonesia to include carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology.
On 12 November, Samuel Garcia, the Nuevo Leon governor, formally announced his bid for the presidency under the banner of the center-left Citizens’ Movement. The party has become a platform for the young scions of political royalty like Monterrey Mayor Luis Donaldo Colosio — the son of a PRI presidential candidate assassinated in 1994 — or Juan Ignacio Zavala, the nephew of former President Felipe Calderon.
The streets of Buenos Aires woke up to a calm Monday morning on 20 November after Argentina overwhelmingly voted to elect Javier Milei as president. Milei’s supporters celebrated at the famed Obelisk in the city center until early in the morning, but what comes next?
In Indonesia, President Joko Widodo inaugurated the country’s largest solar power plant in Cirata, West Java. At the event, Jokowi said that the FSPP will help Indonesia meet its goal of increasing the share of renewables in the national energy mix from the current 13% to 23% in 2025.
Horizon Engage’s Senior Analyst Alexia Bautista hosted Mexico’s former Deputy Secretary of Energy Leonardo Beltran for an in-depth look at the 2024 presidential elections in Mexico and their impact on foreign direct investors.
On 11 November, voters in Imo, southeastern Nigeria, will go to the polls with security in focus after a turbulent few years in the oil-producing state.
Energy investors will be watching for signs they can expect a safer operating environment in the next term.
Opposition presidential candidate Sen. Xochitl Galvez wants a radical transformation of Mexico’s energy sector. How would Galvez power Mexico?
Off-cycle gubernatorial elections for Bayelsa State in Nigeria will be held on 11 November. At stake is control of one of the country’s biggest oil-producing regions.
When she was mayor of Mexico City, Sheinbaum championed bus electrification and installed solar panels at the Central de Abastos, the largest food market in Latin America. Her dual roles as a scientist and government official seemingly indicate green credentials. However, the reality is that Sheinbam has chosen politics over science.