OPEP 60: De la historia a nuevos potenciales y posibilidades en un mundo complejo y cambiante. Una revisión

Ángel De la Vega Navarro

Resumen


La OPEP ha sido un actor importante desde la década 70s. Con sus reservas y capacidades de producción ha influenciado el mercado, alcanzando objetivos en beneficio de sus miembros. Durante años pudo sola, luego acompañada de otros exportadores; modalidad continuada en el contexto de la pandemia. Es necesario preguntarse si su acción puede continuar exclusivamente en términos de acciones oferta-demanda cuando se plantean ideas sobre los constantes cambios en la escena energética internacional, y algunos de sus miembros, con base en ellas, elaboran nuevas y diversas estrategias. Se propone entonces profundizar en la comprensión de esos cambios explorando nuevos enfoques.

Recibido: 30.11.20
Evaluado: 12.12.20
Aprobado: 28.12.20


Palabras clave


OPEP; transformación sistemas energéticos; cambio climático; nuevos enfoques

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